Columbus Workers
Compensation Attorneys

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Practice Areas


Employee Rights

If you think your rights may have been violated by your employer, call Livorno and Arnett Co., LPA, to discuss your situation. We’ll gather the pertinent information and then let you know if you may have a legitimate case and, if so, how best to pursue it.

Injury Claims

People get injured. That is a simple, unfortunate fact. If you or a loved one become injured and find yourself in a situation where you are not receiving the compensation or benefits owed to you, contact the lawyers at Livorno and Arnett Co., LPA.

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Labor Union Representation

We believe that employee organizations serve a vital and important function in today’s world by representing their members, collectively bargaining on their behalf securing fair and reasonable wages & benefits and assuring that safe working conditions are provided.

Unemployment Compensation

Ohio’s unemployment compensation system is designed to provide benefits to employees who have become unemployed through no fault of their own. Although most claims can and should be handled without the assistance of a lawyer, there are times when a lawyer is needed.

Workers Compensation

Looking for a workers compensation attorney?  Workers compensation claimants need a strong advocate, one who works for them and not for their employer. The lawyers at Livorno and Arnett Co., LPA, have represented injured workers, in Columbus and throughout Ohio, since 1986. We never represent employers.

News


Jun 16 2017

Will Fair Share Fees Survive

Will fair share fees survive? Since at least 1977, it has been legal for public employee unions to collect fair share fees from non-members to support the collective bargaining operations of the unions. As stated in Abood v. Detroit Bd. of Ed. 431 U. S. 209 (1977): “Insofar as the service charges are used to […]

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Jun 13 2017

Arbitrators Have the Authority to Define Insubordination and Just Cause

What is insubordination? Perhaps more importantly, who gets to decide what constitutes insubordination. If an employee covered by a collective bargaining agreement is terminated for insubordination, the Cuyahoga County Court of Appeals has ruled that a neutral arbitrator, in deciding whether there was just cause for the termination, has the authority to not only define […]

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Testimonials


When I was wrongfully terminated from my position, as a Firefighter, because of Union Activity Mr. Arnett skillfully and with great tenacity fought for my rights as a Union Leader. If it was not for his expertise and compassion I would not have been able to return to duty. I am forever grateful!

Union President

I just wanted to take a moment to thank you for your recent assistance on a variety of labor issues this local has been faced with. Your time tested professionalism, knowledge, and attention to detail benefits all the Firefighters in the State of Ohio. Again Henry, thank you for support on all of our issues and for your personal friendship over the last ten years.

President, Lima Firefighters