Archive | February, 2017

Maryland Workers Compensation Commission

Maryland Workers Compensation Commission The Maryland Workers Compensation Commission (MWCC) or The Commission is the state agency provided authority by the executive branch to oversee and administer workers compensation benefits.  Often, but wrongly, they are referred to as workers comp insurance.  At the beginning of each hearing docket the Commissioner will announce that the MWCC […]

How a Doctor or provider gets bills paid by Maryland Workers Comp Insurer

Medical providers do not need to take the loss when a Maryland workers compensation insurer refuses to pay medical bills! Whether you are an orthopedic specialist, pain management specialist, therapist, chiropractor, psychologist or any other medical provider who has not been paid by a Maryland workers compensation insurer Mr. Rodabaugh is able to help get […]

Doctor referrals Maryland Workers Comp

Doctor referrals from a Maryland workmans comp attorney Maryland workers compensation attorneys can refer clients to certain physicians for treatment.  Ultimately it is up to the attorney and the injured worker if this referral would be beneficial or if they are best suited to go through a primary care doctor. The injured workers’ attorney will […]

Are Maryland Workers Compensation payments taxable?

For now, payments to injured Maryland workers are not considered taxable income at either the Maryland state level or at the federal income tax level. Lost wage payments, also known as temporary total disability (ttd) payments are not considered taxable income nor are vocational benefits or permanency payments.  Injured Maryland workers can also enjoy settlement […]

In Home Consultations- Work Injury Maryland- Office Locations

Work Injury Maryland Office Locations Free In home consultations also available Office hours vary by location but appointments are generally available from 7 a.m. to late evening hours.  Schedule an office consultation at any of the below locations, or for a phone consultation.  In home consultations for Work Injuries Are provided to injured workers in […]

Injured shoulder and/or neck in Maryland Workers Comp Accident

Maryland work accidents that result in both neck and shoulder injuries may require the advice and involvement of a workers compensation attorney. Workers Compensation attorneys work on a contingency basis so fees and expenses are not paid until money is recovered.  For a free consult contact Andrew M. Rodabaugh at +1 (410) 937-1659     OR         Email […]

Maryland Workers Comp Job Security

Maryland Workers Compensation Job Security Workers Compensation Claimants Job Security Rights When an employee is injured on the job there is often a flood of worry that immediately crosses their minds.  Concerns regarding physical well being and financial security are often first in time to cross the injured workers mind.  While there is temporary financial […]

APPEAL THE WORKERS COMP ADJUSTER! Maryland Workmans Comp Attorney

Maryland workers compensation adjusters may deny your case, medical treatment, lost wage payments and more.  You can appeal your workers compensation case! It is helpful to understand what appealing the workers comp adjuster entails and understanding exactly what is meant by an appeal.  Generally, an appeal under the law is a procedural effort to have […]


Baltimore County Workers Compensation Attorney Andrew M. Rodabaugh Esq. For a Free Consultation call +1 (410) 937-1659 ,   Email  or fill out the form at the bottom of this page!                                     Baltimore County Workers Compensation Baltimore County […]

DIDN’T NOTIFY EMPLOYER YOU WERE HURT? Maryland workers comp attorney

It is likely okay if you did not notify your Maryland employer of a work accident! Contrary to common belief, if you do not notify your Maryland employer of an accident the same day, or within in 24hours, or after 10 days, or after 30 days or even a year, you may still have a […]