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.Read more
Experienced workers’ compensation attorney Gregory Denny discusses the 5 costliest mistakes employers can make in handling a workers’ compensation claim in Ohio. With lessons learned from his own 44 years of experience in this practice, he will walk you through proper procedures and analysis in order to make the claim as painless as possible.Read more
Tybo Alan Wilhelms has retired from his law practice at Bugbee & Conkle as of June 1, 2018. Please enjoy our photo album/slideshow from our office celebration of his esteemed career with our firm.
Mr. Wilhelms is a proud Michigan State University alumni and Spartan fan. He received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Toledo Law School in 1976 and has defended employers in state, federal and appeals courts with Bugbee & Conkle continuously since then.
Hosting a holiday party or a company picnic? Wondering what employers can do when they suspect an employee is abusing FMLA? How do you count FMLA leave during the holidays? Do you have to pay an Employee on FMLA holiday pay? Attorneys Robert Solt and Elizabeth Bolduc discuss common issues faced by employers around the holidays and during special events, such as the Race for the Cure, company picnics, and more.Read more
Did you miss the 2018 Workers’ Compensation Seminar? No worries, we recorded it for you!Read more