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Medical Marijuana- Maryland Workers Compensation

Injured Maryland Workers may soon benefit from the legalization of medical marijuana in Maryland The laws legalizing the use of medical Marijuana in Maryland became effective as of April 2014.  The Maryland Medical Cannabis Law allows a qualifying patient the right to use medical marijuana when prescribed by a qualifying physician. The marijuana must be […]

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 […]

What do I do if I was hurt at work in Maryland – Workers Compensation Attorney

Here is what you should do if you are hurt at work in Maryland: Free consult?     +1 (410) 937-1659     OR         Email If an employee is hurt at work in Maryland it is important they know what to do afterwords.  There are necessary steps to take to protect their workers compensation rights and failure to do […]

Employers avoiding workers comp- Maryland Workers Compensation

Employers Avoiding Workers Compensation On occasion the employer will try to avoid increased workers comp premiums by preventing the claim from being filed. Workers’ Compensation Insurance can be expensive and Employers are aware of it so in an attempt at reducing the premiums employers may attempt to pay for medical treatment and lost wages out […]


Who is this Nurse Case Manager on my workers comp case? After being injured on the job and receiving some medical treatment there may come a time when the adjuster or case manager assigns a nurse case manager (NCM) to your case.  You do have rights regarding this case manager and there are some boundaries […]

Second opinion? Choice of treating Doctor? Maryland law

Second opinions or an opinion from a doctor of the injured workers choice is not forbidden under Maryland Law It is imperative to the injured workers’ case that they understand the distinction between a second opinion and an Independent Medical Evaluation (IME).  Second opinions are performed by a doctor that is considering treating the patient […]

How to get workers comp to pay for medical bills and treatment- Maryland Work Injury

One of the most frustrating things for the Maryland injured worker, physicians, and attorneys- getting medical bills and treatment paid for For immediate assistance call +1 (410) 937-1659    or      Email   Maryland workers compensation attorney Mr. Rodabaugh for a free consultation. For the Physicians: There are some benefits for treating physicians that accept workers comp […]

What is Maryland workers compensation- Maryland Workers Comp Explained

Understanding why Maryland workers compensation came about and the basic process and theories of workers compensation insurance For a no cost consultation with Maryland workers compensation attorney Andrew Rodabaugh call +1 (410) 937-1659    OR         Email Benefits Available Terms and Definitions The Process Case Value Maryland Workers compensation laws and their purpose Like any Maryland law, the Maryland […]

Health Insurance – Workers Compensation Cases- Maryland

The use of health insurance in Workers Compensation cases If you have been injured on the job in Maryland than you may be wondering if you can use your health insurance rather than going through the workers compensation process.  Perhaps the workers compensation insurer has denied your treatment, or perhaps they are attempting to control […]

SLOW MEDICAL TREATMENT IN YOUR CASE – Maryland Workers Compensation

Delayed medical treatment under Maryland workers compensation. In some cases there are extensive and repetitive delays in obtaining medical treatment through workers compensation insurance.  The delayed medical treatment may arise because of the Employer and Insurer’s rights which may inadvertently place the injured workers rights on hold.  Like the injured, the Employer/Insurer have certain rights […]