20
Jul
2017

Car accidents happen all the time. We all know this, in Vandalia Ohio. After all, Vandalia is where two of the largest U.S. roadways intersect. Imagine the benefit we would garner if we could prevent any automobile accident from ever happening again on interstates I 75 and I 70. Sounds good, right? But where we can’t

08
Jul
2012

There are countless scenarios that may arise following a work accident. This article attempts to highlight some areas that commonly affect Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) claims.  ONE: Get Medical Attention Right Away While this first point may appear to be a “no-brainer,” all too often clients inform me that they decided to wait

27
May
2012

  When an employee is injured in the course of an arising out of his employment and has an allowed workers compensation claim (BWC claim), there are a number of ways he/she may be paid or receive compensation following the injury. The following are some of the most common ways:  Temporary Total Disability (“TT”) The most common

22
Apr
2012

Under Ohio law, a worker who is injured or contracts an occupational disease “in the course of and arising out of” his or her employment is entitled to workers’ compensation. Ohio workers’ compensation is payable whether or not an injured worker was negligent (i.e., “at fault”) with regard to the injury. Compensation may include, but

15
Apr
2010

People often call us after being injured or in an accident on the property of another and ask whether they have a potential claim against the property owner (e.g., a business or store owner or a landlord). Typically, such injuries involve the classic “slip and fall” scenario where someone’s back or neck is injured from

13
Nov
2009
Workers comp lawyers who make house calls

At the Cincinnati law firm of McKenzie & Snyder, we understand how difficult it can be to get to your lawyer’s office. Physical limitations (e.g., low back, shoulder, knee, and ankle injuries), busy schedules, and transportation issues are just a few of the many hurdles people face when trying to schedule a consultation. McKenzie &