OSHA Investigations in Ohio Workplace Injuries
Columbus lawyers representing victims of on-the-job accidents
The Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) sets guidelines for workplace safety. OSHA is also tasked with inspecting workplaces for violations, investigating accidents and enforcing safety rules. Workplace accident law firm Lawrence A. Riehl Law Offices was established in 1981 to provide solid legal advice to injured workers and pursue maximum compensation from negligent employers. We apply our in-depth knowledge about OSHA regulations and procedures to obtain the best possible outcome in your case.
Filing a complaint with OSHA
You have the right to a safe job environment. If you believe your workplace is unsafe, you have access to OSHA’s investigatory unit. The Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 gives you the right to anonymously file a complaint and request an OSHA inspection. Although OSHA is required to keep your name confidential, you are further protected from retaliation by your employer by laws that forbid firing, demoting, transferring or otherwise discriminating against you for exercising your OSHA rights.
By taking action, you can prevent accidents and ensure your safety and the safety of your colleagues. Our workplace injury lawyers can help you take a stand for healthy working conditions.
OSHA investigations of workplace accidents
Our on-the-job accident attorneys represent workplace injury victims to ensure their voices are heard during OSHA investigations. We demand that you be treated with respect and dignity during the process and that your interests remain a top priority.
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Located in Columbus, Ohio, and representing clients throughout the state of Ohio.