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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Groch v. Gen. Motors Corp.

... {¶ 8} "GM has asserted a subrogation interest in Groch's recovery for its payment to him of workers' compensation benefits. Groch asserts that the Ohio statutes granting GM subrogation interests—RC 4123.93 and RC 4123.931— are unconstitutional. ...

Kaminski v. Metal & Wire Prods. Co.

... rejecting the argument that the concept of a workers' compensation subrogation statute is repugnant to Section 35, this court in Holeton stated that "Section 35, Article II enables a displacement of the common law only to the extent necessary to provide the injured worker with ...

Thorton v. Montville Plastics & Rubber, Inc.

2009-Ohio-360. Thorton, Appellee, v. Montville Plastics & Rubber, Inc., Appellant; Admr., Bureau of Workers' Compensation, Appellee. No. 2007-1588. Supreme Court of Ohio. ... The following day, a claim on his behalf was filed with the Bureau of Workers' Compensation ("BWC"). ...