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Columbus Intentional Tort Lawyer

There are protections for Intentional Torts in Ohio. Some arise in the workplace, but they do not necessarily have to arise that way. Here are some different types of intentional conduct that you are protected from:

Workplace Intentional Torts

Ohio’s workplace protection law is codified at R.C. 2745.01

These cases are very difficult and are strictly controlled by the language of the statute. Clear and convincing evidence of deliberate injury is required. This includes situations where there was the removal of a guard on a machine which then led to injury or death. The Courts in Ohio have set out rules, on a case by case basis, of what constitutes the removal of a safety guard which is different from a mere safety device. To determine if your case involves a true violation of this statute, please call the office.

Contact An Experienced Columbus Intentional Tort Lawyer

If you have questions about whether you have a claim for an intentional tort, please contact Oliver Law Office at 614-220-9100 for a consultation. Please note that not all employment-related consultations are free, so you may be asked to pre-screen with a paralegal or intake staff prior to scheduling an appointment.

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When Jami Oliver launched her own firm in 2000, she did so with one simple idea in mind: to seek justice for those who have been hurt, injured, or wronged due to the negligence of others. While she’s won numerous awards and accolades in the years since, her philosophy hasn’t changed. If you need an attorney who can advocate for you after an accident, product recall, or other tragedy, the Oliver Law Office should be your first choice.