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Common Errors In MD Workers’ Compensation Cases

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Moving through the complexities of a Maryland workers’ compensation case is not always easy, it can be a daunting task for both employees and employers alike. From missed deadlines to communication breakdowns, what you may initially see as simple errors can significantly impact the outcome of a claim. When you are aware of the… Read More »

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Truck Driver Injuries And Workers’ Comp

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There are many in the United States who rely on the trucking industry to earn their income. According to one report, there are approximately two and half million truck drivers navigating American highways and roads, and everyone one of these drivers could sustain a truck driver injury at some time during the course of… Read More »

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Why You Need To Report Maryland Work Injuries

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It is an unfortunate reality that people get hurt at work. While some of these injuries are small, others require medical care and long recovery periods. For example, severe injuries are possible when falls result in back injuries or there are car crashes in work vehicles. After any work injury, minor or severe, injuries… Read More »

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Misclassified Construction Workers And Compensation

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Many professional fields carry injury dangers, and one of them is construction. When a construction worker is hurt on the job, it is common for medical care and time off work to follow. But who pays for the doctor bills? And how can that person afford their day-to-day life once their paychecks stop? In… Read More »

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What Is Included In Workers’ Comp Benefits?

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In Maryland and around the country, it is a requirement for employers to pay for workers’ compensation insurance. Your employer cannot ask you to pay for those expenses or take the insurance fees out of your pay. If workers’ comp coverage has been taken out of your pay, that is illegal. Workers’ comp benefits… Read More »

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Why Maryland Workers’ Comp Claims Are Denied

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Workers’ compensation is in place so that individuals injured on the job can access financial relief. Maryland’s Workers’ Compensation Act provides workers and their dependents benefits, support for expenses and time lost from work. The no-fault benefits are designed to supply relief without having to prove negligence on the part of a person or… Read More »

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5 Things To Know About Maryland Workers’ Compensation Claims

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Maryland workers’ compensation claims are not always simple. Complex claims may require multiple hearings and take months or years to fully resolve. While it is not required for you to hire a Baltimore workers’ compensation lawyer to pursue your claim, many find it helpful. Experienced legal professionals know how to navigate obstacles and negotiate… Read More »

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Industries With High Workers’ Compensation Claim Rates

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It is impossible to determine exactly when a workers’ comp claim will need to be filed and in which professional field it will originate. But, there are a handful of industries that have a higher claim rate than others. While technology and innovation has helped create more safety features for employees, there are still… Read More »

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Nonfatal Workplace Accidents With High Costs

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Workplace accidents can be severe events. Many have read about fatalities at workplaces or even know someone who has sustained life-threatening injuries. In addition to these life-changing events, many workers experience injuries that lead to high costs. There may be extensive medical care and income loss associated with a workplace accident. To strategize a… Read More »

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Workers’ Comp, Rehabilitation Expenses, And Who Pays

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Has your Baltimore employer suggested that you pay for your own workers’ compensation insurance? If so, they are making an illegal request. Insurance coverage for workers’ compensation is always covered by the employer not by the employee. It is illegal to ask an employee to foot the bill for workers’ comp coverage. This includes… Read More »

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