• John Larrimer

Have You Suffered A Workplace Injury In Newark or Granville?

Granville-Newark is a small community located in Licking County, approximately 35 miles northeast of Columbus. Granville shares a border with Newark, which lies just east. As of the 2010 census, approximately 5,646 citizens call Granville home.

Granville is home to the prestigious Denison University and the prehistoric Alligator Effigy Mound, which was built by Native Americans sometime between 800 and 1200 CE—more than 400 years before European colonization of America.

The Granville and Newark area was previously home to many manufacturing facilities, many of which unfortunately have shut down or relocated due to the sluggish economy. Basket manufacturer Longaberger has its corporate headquarters in Newark with a signature building designed to look like one of its famous baskets. Other manufacturers and industrial companies such as Kaiser Aluminum, Dow Chemical Company, General Electric, Bayer, Boeing and Diebold have facilities in the Newark-Granville area.

With manufacturing serving as the backbone of the Granville-Newark economy, the area is no stranger to workplace accidents. The attorneys at Larrimer & Larrimer have an office conveniently located at 2000 Newark-Granville Rd., Suite #200, 43023. Call our offices at (614) 221-7548 or fill out a contact form today for a free consultation if you have been injured on the job. You can also check us out on Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn.

Larrimer & Larrimer, LLC—Columbus Workers Comp Attorneys


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