In this video, Ohio work injury attorney Chuck Boyk talks about the term “non-complying employer.” If you’re injured at work, the most important thing is to document the injury. This means, make an incident report and to tell your employer or your supervisor as soon as possible. A common problem that we find is that the client believes that he’s injured and thinks it’ll just go away and doesn’t tell the employer for a week or two. The employer’s argument is that this is a fake injury and it never happened at work. The employer will are that the client was probably stoned or drunk at work and that the client is lying.
Charles E. Boyk Law Offices, LLC