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  • How long is your Ohio workers' compensation claim
    How long is your Ohio workers' compensation claim "open"?

    A frequent question new clients ask is "How long is my workers' compensation claim open?" This is an important question because medical benefits and compensation cannot be paid in a claim if it has ...

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  • Treating Providers Limited to 75% Payment For Retroactive Services, When
    Treating Providers Limited to 75% Payment For Retroactive Services, When

    Effective January 1, 2013, medical providers may be limited to receiving only seventy-five percent (75%) of the applicable fee schedule amount if they provide medical services to an injured worker ...

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  • New OPERS Law
    New OPERS Law

    Effective January 7, 2013, the Ohio Legislature enacted new provisions affecting the rights of members of the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System (OPERS) seeking a disability retirement, as well ...

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  • Ohio Police & Fire - New Disability Benefit Application Form
    Ohio Police & Fire - New Disability Benefit Application Form

    On September 24, 2013, the Ohio Police & Fire Pension Fund redesigned the Disability Benefit Application. Effective October 1, 2013, all new Disability Benefit Applications submitted to OP&F must be ...

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  • Postal Reform Act Would Cut Worker's Compensation for Federal Employees
    Postal Reform Act Would Cut Worker's Compensation for Federal Employees

    Two senators, Tom Carper of Delaware and Tom Coburn of Oklahoma, have recently introduced new legislation to reform the U.S. Postal Service, which recently defaulted. Known as the Postal Reform Act of ...

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  • Loss or
    Loss or "Loss of Use" of Body Parts Due to Injuries

    Have you suffered the loss (severance or amputation) or "loss of use" of a body part due to a work-related injury? Did you know that you can receive an award of compensation solely because of the loss ...

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