Pre-Existing Conditions and Workers’ Compensation

When injured in an accident on the job, workers’ compensation is meant to cover your medical expenses, as well as a portion of your lost wages, while you take time off to recover. If you have a pre-existing condition or previous injury, however, you may be concerned about its effect on your workers’ comp claim.…

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Workplace Injury Maryland

Foot pain is a common curse for employees who work on their feet all day. For instance, workers who stand on cement all day long can suffer significant foot stress and strain that can lead to pain in other parts of the body. If you injure a toe, a foot, or an ankle at work,…

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Construction Jobs Lead the Way in Workplace Fatalities

Maryland construction workers put their health and safety on the line performing dangerous work every day. Hazards exist for these workers even when they follow all prescribed safety standards. According to research by AdvisorSmith, 8 of the 25 most fatal jobs and industries in 2018 were in construction: Roofers Ironworkers Power linemen Crane operators Construction…

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What Should I Look for in a Disability Lawyer

Disability benefits provide a much needed lifeline for individuals and families whose serious medical conditions leave them unable to work. The approval process for these benefits, however, can be difficult. Hiring an experienced Maryland Social Security Disability attorney is a smart move, because your lawyer can help you avoid the pitfalls that cause so many…

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Social Security Disability Appeals Maryland

Social Security provides millions of Americans who are unable to work due to disabilities the financial benefits they need. However, as a new report from the Government Accountability Office (GAO) reveals, the SSD application process for many potential recipients is nothing short of a bureaucratic nightmare. Individuals who apply for Social Security Disability benefits are…

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Social Media Workers Comp Claims

Insurance adjusters will inevitably search for ways to reduce their company’s obligation to pay out workers’ compensation claims. One way involves investigating the injured person’s social media accounts. This is why it is important for individuals who have pending workers’ comp claims to be careful when posting to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc. Social media posts…

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Is COVID-19 a Qualifying Impairment for SSDI

The daily lives and routines of millions of Americans have been disrupted by COVID-19 and its continuing effects. Although the medical experts in our nation and around the world are continuing to gain knowledge and insight about the disease, we know for certain that the infection affects people differently in every age group and region.…

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The process of applying for Social Security Disability (SSD) can be overwhelming, particularly when your health is suffering. Although having the services of an attorney with experience in Social Security disability cases is not required, you will most likely find such legal assistance extremely helpful and beneficial to your case. A Social Security disability lawyer…

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