Archive | November, 2016

Claim Denied- Maryland Workers Compensation

Why was your Maryland Workers Compensation Claim Denied? For Immediate help from Maryland Workers Compensation Attorney Andrew M. Rodabaugh Call +1 (410) 937-1659     OR         Email It may come as a shock to many that workers compensation claims are regularly denied by the insurance company.  If the injured worker receives a denial it is a good […]

What gets denied? How do they deny it? Maryland Workers Compensation

Maryland Workers Compensation adjusters may deny treatment, lost wages, job training, reimbursements, compensation, surgery, diagnostics, medications, transportation and more. Denials are not always issued and some, perhaps a large portion of cases flow seemingly smooth from the beginning to the end.  Sometimes injured workers are paid timely while out of work and all treatment is […]

Multiple Injuries – Maryland Workers Compensation Attorney

When Multiple Injuries are sustained in a Maryland work place accident Dealing with a Maryland workers compensation injury can be a difficult task for employees hurt on the job however it can become increasingly difficult when dealing with multiple injuries to multiple body parts.  Often the difficulty leads the injured employee to obtain assistance from […]

When to hire a Maryland Workers Compensation Attorney

A Maryland Workman’s comp attorney can not be hired too soon Those who are injured on the job may be wondering if they need to hire a Maryland Workers Compensation attorney and when the best time to hire an attorney may be.  While most cases would require hiring an attorney there may be some instances […]

Functional Capacity Evaluations (FCE)-Maryland Workers Compensation

Functional Capacity Evaluations for Maryland Workers Compensation Cases For immediate assistance call Maryland workers compensation attorney Andrew Rodabaugh Free consult?     +1 (410) 937-1659     OR         Email   Understanding the purpose of an Functional Capacity Evaluation (FCE) is important because it will provide insight as to where the particular injury case is moving.  The FCE will give […]

Maryland Workers Compensation Attorney- Accidents & Injuries handled

Call a qualified and experienced Maryland workers compensation attorney now to discuss Free consult?     +1 (410) 937-1659     OR         Email Many injured workers want a compensation attorney that has handled cases similar to their particular case and rightfully so.  It is easier for an attorney to argue the facts of the case when they are familiar […]

From Hard Labor to Maryland Workers Compensation Attorney

A Maryland Workers Compensation Attorney that has worked hard labor! I write this not to come off as self indulged but to show that as a workers compensation attorney I can truly appreciate what blue collar and hard labor workers go through on a daily basis.  All too often their loyalty and hard work gets […]

RSD & CRPS- Maryland Workers Compensation Attorney

Workers Compensation Attorneys handling Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy / Complex Regional Pain Syndrome cases Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD) also called Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) seems to be one of the most complicated and troubling medical conditions out there.  Maryland workers compensation attorney’s occasionally see these conditions among injured clients.  When handling RSD/CRPS cases it is […]

Knee Injuries- Maryland Workers Compensation Attorney

Knee Injuries sustained on the job in Maryland If you have been unfortunate enough to injure your knee while working it may be a good idea to retain a an attorney.  Even if you do not think it is time to hire a lawyer at least obtain a consultation because they are free and will […]

Mileage Reimbursement- Maryland Workers Compensation Attorney

For immediate assistance call +1 (410) 937-1659 and speak with Maryland workers compensation attorney Mr. Rodabaugh for a free consultation. Under Maryland Workers Compensation laws an injured worker is entitled to be repaid for mileage to and from doctors appointments.  This will include physical therapy appointments, primary care appointments, orthopedic appointments, and any other reasonable […]