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Maximum Benefits for Maryland Workers’ Compensation Claims

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Under Maryland state law, workers’ compensation provides an efficient mechanism for addressing workplace injuries. For covered employees and employers, the workers’ compensation system allows for quick resolution of workplace incidents. The employee can receive financial assistance with medical bills and diminished earning capacity. The employer can avoid the danger of a costly and time-consuming… Read More »

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The Interpreter Program for Maryland Workers’ Compensation Hearings

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For qualifying, work-related injuries in Maryland, workers’ compensation allows the injured employee to recover compensation for medical bills, lost wages and other related costs. The Maryland Workers’ Compensation Commission (the Commission) oversees and administers workers’ compensation claims across the state. During the hearings process for workers’ compensation claims, it is necessary for the injured… Read More »

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The Appeals Process for Maryland Workers’ Compensation Claims

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Workers’ compensation is a legal system that helps workers receive benefits for job-related injuries. In order to apply for workers’ compensation benefits, the injured worker must submit a request to the Maryland Workers’ Compensation Commission (the Commission). The Commission reviews each request and decides which benefits to award, if any. If the injured worker… Read More »

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Vocational Rehabilitation Benefits Under Maryland Workers’ Compensation

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Workers’ compensation is a legal doctrine that governs injuries that arise out of employment. After suffering a qualifying work-related injury, the employee can obtain compensation and benefits. That being said, the injury must arise in the course of employment to qualify for workers’ compensation benefits. In certain cases, an employee suffers an injury so… Read More »

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Maryland Workers’ Compensation and the Going and Coming Rule

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The Maryland Court of Appeals recently decided a workers’ compensation case that revolved around an employee’s commute to an offsite training. The employee sustained an accidental injury during the commute and sought assistance through workers’ compensation programs. Workers’ compensation laws exist to protect employees when they sustain an injury at the workplace or while… Read More »

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4 Requirements for Workers’ Compensation Claims in Maryland

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Workers’ compensation is a legal system that resolves work-related injuries outside of the courtroom. Employees who suffer qualifying injuries can submit a claim and obtain benefits. These benefits help compensate the injured worker for lost wages, medical bills and related costs. In order to obtain benefits, the injured worker must file a claim with… Read More »

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4 Helpful Tips for Filing a Workers’ Compensation Claim in Maryland

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Maryland enacted workers’ compensation laws to address work-related injuries. If an employee suffers an injury while performing their work duties, then workers’ compensation may be able to provide compensation for medical bills, lost wages and other benefits. The Maryland Workers’ Compensation Commission (the Commission) administers this process, establishing rules and guidelines for workers’ compensation… Read More »

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How Vocational Rehabilitation Can Help Injured Workers in Maryland

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Vocational rehabilitation is a specific type of workers’ compensation benefit available to injured employees in Maryland. Administered by the Maryland Workers’ Compensation Commission (the Commission), vocational rehabilitation helps certain disabled workers find suitable employment. Among other services, vocational rehabilitation enables covered employees to benefit from employment-related testing, training, placement and counseling. Who is Eligible… Read More »

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Maryland Workers’ Compensation Benefits for Total and Partial Disability

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In Maryland and across most of the United States, workers’ compensation provides a legal mechanism to deal with work-related injuries. Employees can receive medical attention and related benefits quickly. Employers can avoid negligence lawsuits by purchasing workers’ compensation insurance. The topic for exploration today centers on the types of workers’ compensation benefits available to… Read More »

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Workers’ Compensation Considerations for Maryland Employers

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Workers’ compensation is a no-fault system designed to handle the consequences of and fallout from work-related injuries. Workers’ compensation is referred to as a no-fault system because it does not matter who caused the injury. If an employee sustains injury performing work duties, then workers’ compensation generally applies. The workers’ compensation has specific advantages… Read More »

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