The public might believe there is a single “right” way to treat each type of illness or injury, but that is not necessarily so. Without innovation, we would be stuck with the same old cures that might only be marginally effective.
Not every workplace injury or illness entitles employees to workers’ compensation. When an injured worker files a claim, there may be several legitimate reasons the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation might deny it.
The medical field was dominated by men for centuries. Fortunately, women in the U.S. are increasingly becoming doctors, closing this gender gap. Despite this positive trend, male doctors are much more likely to be sued for medical malpractice, according to a new study out of the U.K.
As we have said before in this blog, the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation aggressively investigates people it suspects of defrauding the system. Workers’ compensation fraud raises costs, and may deprive legitimately injured workers of funds they need.