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

09
Dec
2011

Following a work accident an injured employee may be hounded by collectors for outstanding balances with hospitals, doctors offices, physical therapy offices and more. In Ohio, if the injured employee has an allowed workers comp claim, those bills should be submitted to an MCO (managed care organization) or self-insured employer.  The bill will need to

21
Jun
2010

When an Ohio employee is hurt on the job and has an allowed workers compensation claim (BWC) claim, there are a number of ways he/she may be paid or receive compensation. The following are several of the most common ways. Temporary Total Disability (“TTD”) Compensation  The most common way that Cincinnati workers are paid when