• It’s That Time Of Year Again…Time To Fill Out OSHA 300 Forms

    Many employers with more than 10 employees are required to keep a record of serious work-related injuries and illnesses.  Since we often receive questions regarding which injuries and illnesses are recordable and which are not, attorney Carl Habekost is joined by safety professionals, Donald Elswick from Elsmart Associates and Denise Honsberger from The Rudolph Libbe Group, for a discussion on OSHA recordables. Listen to the podcast here.

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  • Happy New Year 2019!

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  • Bugbee & Conkle Closed for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day

    Our staff and attorneys have enjoyed a very festive 12 days of Christmas here in the office, but our office will be closed on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day to celebrate with our families at home.

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  • Happy Holidays from Bugbee & Conkle!

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  • Ohio Supreme Court Clarifies Voluntary Abandonment

    Most workers’ compensation practitioners know that a voluntary abandonment from employment may be the basis for termination of temporary total disability compensation (“TTC”).  Essentially, voluntary abandonment amounts to any action undertaken by the claimant, which results in his/her removal from the workforce, such as resignation, retirement, discharge, or incarceration, and which is unrelated to the work injury.

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  • OSHA Rescinds Electronic Recording Requirements for Forms 300 & 301Read more


  • Labor, Employment, and Workers’ Compensation 2019 Seminar ScheduleRead more

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