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When Maryland Workers’ Comp Insurance Claims Are Denied

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Employers in Maryland are required, by law, to carry workers’ comp insurance. The compensation insurance is funded by the employer, it is not an expense to be carried by workers. The protections are in place to help workers in Maryland secure compensation for expenses in connection with workplace injuries. Workers compensation laws can be… Read More »

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Workers’ Compensation Cases And Filing Fees

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If you are considering moving forward with a workers’ compensation case, it is important to know how the process will proceed. While you may understand that a lawyer will be paid after a case is won, it is still important to note that there may be fees that are paid out before a case… Read More »

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Workers’ Compensation For Leg Injuries

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When you sustain a leg injury it can impact your ability to live the daily life you have become accustomed to, and you may not be able to work. After all, many jobs require a person to spend time on their feet or walking from location to location. If your leg was injured at… Read More »

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What Is Workers’ Comp?

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If you were injured at your Baltimore job, you may be wondering if you are eligible for workers’ compensation. Essential, workers’ comp is a type of insurance. It is in place to ensure a worker who becomes ill as a result of their work, or if they are injured on the job, has access… Read More »

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Self-Employed Income Loss

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After a car accident, you may have large medical bills in connection to injuries. There are paths to compensation for hospital bills, doctor fees, pain and suffering, and lost wages. It is possible you will receive a settlement from your Maryland PIP insurance. PIP coverage, also known as personal injury protection, covers individuals up… Read More »

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Is Workers’ Comp Law the Same as Employment Law?

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There are many different types of law but there are times when legal areas overlap. This is true with employment law and workers’ compensation law. After all, both are connected to employees, the workplace, and employers. But even though the laws can overlap, there are differences. Workers who are injured on the job may… Read More »

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What If I’m Laid Off While Receiving Workers’ Compensation?

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When an injured worker is focused on healing, it is likely they are not thinking about what will happen to their workers’ compensation if they are laid off from their job, but layoffs and terminations do happen. While there are legal reasons to let someone go, including economic retractions, an employer cannot legally let… Read More »

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Reopening Your Baltimore Business During the Pandemic

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As many Maryland businesses are reopening or planning to reopen, cases of COVID-19, the illness caused by coronavirus, continue to be discovered around the country. If you are a worker headed back to the workplace or an employer concerned about how to best keep employee’s safe and avoid workers’ compensation disputes, talk to a… Read More »

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Common Workplace Injuries for Retail Workers

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According to a national insurer of American businesses, there are a few injuries that are commonly reported within the retail industry. These injuries result in pain, hospital bills, and days of missed work. In fact, the report cites an average of 24 days of work missed due to retail job injuries. Payouts from Retail… Read More »

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Workers’ Compensation and Occupational Diseases in Baltimore

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Illnesses and sicknesses transfer from person to person and while it is understood it is not possible to file a claim in connection with common ailments such as the cold and flu, there are times a compensation claim is appropriate. Such as when an illness in connection with hazardous workplace conditions. If you developed… Read More »

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