Workers' COMPanion Newsletters

Monast Law Office in Upper Arlington, OH shares important information workers hurt at work in Ohio in our monthly newsletters. Stay up-to-date on current workers' compensation news and more!
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  • Workers' COMPanion January 2021 With TV show after TV show depicting the thrilling lives of lawyers and the exciting cases they take on, would you believe there are widespread misconceptions?
  • Workers' COMPanion December 2020 When I think back to that memorable Christmas Eve broadcast in 1968 from Apollo 8, I can’t help but hope for something like that to unify us.
  • Workers' COMPanion November 2020 2020 has been hard which is why this Thanksgiving, it’s my goal to remember to be grateful for the good things in my life now and for when God has helped me.
  • Workers' COMPanion October 2020 Every year around this time, I can’t help but think of how much Halloween season has changed. When we went trick-or-treating, adults didn’t shepherd us around.
  • Workers' COMPanion September 2020 Attorney Jim Monast shares about his step-son Jackson's wedding which took place during the COVID pandemic.
  • Workers' COMPanaion August 2020 This month, hear a few stories from Cody who works behind the scenes in Oregon and our client Steve who injured his back working as a plasterer.
  • Workers' COMPanaion July 2020 Summertime has always been about food and grilling. When I was growing up, my parents had a cabin in Oklahoma that was our go-to summer vacation destination.
  • Workers' COMPanion June 2020 If this isolation has taught me anything, it’s that the other people in my life mean so much. We’re all human, and we’re all in this together.
  • Workers' COMPanion May 2020 Attorney Jim Monast shares about the many joys of pets he's had over the years including a German shepherd Lady and a house cat Sweet Bea.
  • Workers' COMPanion April 2020 Attorney Jim Monast shares about managing stress through a work-related injury, the possibility of losing your job to automation, and other hard situations.