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Monthly Archives: December 2015
  • Happy New Year from Bugbee & Conkle!

    Bugbee & Conkle would like to wish you and your families a joyful and prosperous 2016.

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  • Bugbee & Conkle is hosting its first ever webinar!

    Bugbee & Conkle is proud to present Preparing for OSHA’s Rapid Response Investigation: How to Conduct a Root Cause Analysis Without Raising Red Flags, a one-time webinar event presented by Certified Occupational Safety Specialist Carl Habekost. Register now for this January 21, 2015 webinar. The presentation will be from 12:00 p.m. – 12:30 p.m. EST. Registration is limited.

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  • Carl Habekost Celebrates 5 Years At Bugbee and Conkle!

    While few things are worth celebrating a half decade, Carl Habekost is the exception. Bugbee and Conkle is proud and grateful to have such an experienced and friendly attorney in Carl. Carl uses his knowledge as a Certified Occupational Safety Specialist, his in-depth OSHA training, and his past experience as a staff hearing officer of the Industrial Commission to represent employers in all aspects of safety law, workers’ compensation law, and employment law.

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  • Court finds special hazards exception applies to 3 man crew injured on their 2 hour commute home

    Three separate workers’ compensation claims arose out of a car accident, which injured the driver and a passenger, and took the life of another passenger in Petry v. Kilbarger, 5th Dist. No. CT2015-0011, 2015-Ohio-4662, Nov. 6, 2015, Perry v. Kilbarger, 5th Dist. No. CT2015-0012, 2015-Ohio-4661, Nov. 6, 2015, and McMasters v. Kilbarger Construction, Inc., 5th Dist. No. CT2015-0010, 2015-Ohio-4663, Nov. 6, 2015.

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  • Fatal Car Accident While Performing Union Duties Found Compensable

    In Elyria v. Scott, 9 Dist. No. 13CA010459, 2015-Ohio-4619, Nov. 9, 2015, a city worker died in a motor vehicle accident on his way to his home to drop off his truck while setting up for a steak fry as part of his union duties. Because the collective bargaining agreement provided the decedent was able to take leave from his regular job to fulfill union duties and still be paid his regular salary, the claim was allowed.

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