First Responders Workers Compensation MD

A number of states across the nation are modifying or reconsidering their rules to ensure first responders such as firefighters, paramedics, nurses, and others combating the COVID-19 pandemic have unhindered access to workers’ compensation benefits if they contract the virus. The Wall Street Journal recently reported that “about a half-dozen states have changed their rules…

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Healthcare workers

The global coronavirus outbreak has caused an unprecedented health and economic crisis throughout American society. Numerous organizations, businesses, and industries are facing challenges and questions they have never faced before. One of the more pressing concerns is the health of “essential” workers: people who are still leaving their home to perform their jobs so that…

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Our clients often have questions about what is, and what is not, covered by workers’ compensation in Maryland. Here, we give you a brief outline of what you might be entitled to receive. What Work Injuries Are Covered? People call us and they will often want to know if their injury that occurred at work…

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You may already know that an independent contractor cannot file for workers’ compensation in Maryland – but many people do not know whether or not their employer carries this type of insurance at all. We have put together these videos to help you learn more about the laws regarding workers’ compensation insurance. Does My Employer…

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When you are injured in the course of your job duties, you can make a claim for workers’ compensation benefits. Over the years, we have found that clients often have questions about the program. We have put together these short videos to answer two questions we often hear about workers’ compensation in Maryland. What Is…

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The quality of your breathing dictates the quality of your life. When you develop a lung disease after occupational exposure to certain types of dust, toxic chemicals, fumes and other particulates, you may be able to recover workers compensation for your injuries. There are several different types of occupational lung diseases, and there are certain…

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Working construction in Maryland is a tough job. Construction sites are bursting with activity—workers, electricians, contractors, inspectors, all trying to perform their jobs in a limited amount of space and racing to meet deadlines. It’s one of the most dangerous jobs in the United States. Injuries from these types of accidents tend to be more…

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Suffering an injury on the job is bad enough with all of its attendant pain and disability. However, when the insurance company works overtime in suspicion of your claim, making it difficult to obtain the benefits to which you are entitled, it can make the situation even worse. In fact, some insurance companies will use…

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When you are injured while in the course of your job, or have developed an illness related to your job, you should be covered by workers’ compensation. We have put together this group of videos to help you understand some different situations where you would be covered by workers’ compensation in Maryland. What If It…

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