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Should I return to light duty work? – Maryland workman’s compensation

The decision whether or not an injured Maryland Employee returns to work should not be taken lightly. There are risks and benefits for injured Maryland workers when they make the decision to return to work on a light duty basis.  A great majority of workers compensation attorney’s and workers compensation commissioners are in agreement that […]

Keep the boss happy- Maryland workers compensation

How to Increase Job Security when dealing with a Maryland Workers Comp claim   For a free consultation with Maryland workers compensation attorney Andrew M. Rodabaugh call +1 (410) 937-1659     OR         Email If you are seriously injured at work in Maryland it is almost inevitable that you will have to deal with the workers compensation […]

What employers can’t do- Maryland Workers Compensation

As a Baltimore, Maryland workers compensation attorney I often get asked what the injured workers employer can and cannot do to the employee. It would take quite sometime to advise as to all the actions a Maryland employer is prohibited from doing to the injured employee, however I have selected a few prohibitions I often […]

Can my employer fire me? Maryland Workers Compensation

If you have filed a worker compensation claim in Baltimore, or throughout the state of Maryland, you should not fear your employer will terminate you. For a no cost consultation with Maryland workers compensation attorney Andrew Rodabaugh +1 (410) 937-1659     OR         Email Under Maryland labor & Employment article 9-1105 specifically states that “an employer may […]

Boss wants to use health insurance and pay lost wages- Maryland Work Comp

On occasion the employer will try to avoid increased premiums by avoiding the claim being filed. Workers’ Compensation Insurance can be expensive and Employers are aware of it.  For a no cost consultation call Mr. Rodabaugh today at +1 (410) 937-1659     OR         Email   Often a Supervisor will tell or ask the injured worker to […]

Light Duty or restricted duty- Maryland Workers Compensation

An Employer must provide true light duty work to injured Maryland workers Regularly employers indicate to the employee that they have light duty work available for the employee.  When the employee returns to work he or she is pressured into performing tasks that are outside of the limitations the doctor ordered.  While some flexibility on […]

Changing Jobs – Maryland Workers Compensation

Hurt on the job in Maryland and then realize you want to switch to a different job.  Changing jobs will not destroy your workers comp case but consider speaking with an attorney first. To speak with a Maryland Workers Compensation Attorney for free call +1 (410) 937-1659     OR         Email Compensation Rate May Change Lost wages/Temporary […]

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 […]

Sick leave and vacation time used by Workers Comp? Maryland Law

Your employer should not use sick leave or vacation time while you’ re out of work because of a workers comp injury.  Maryland Workers comp should be paying lost wages. For a no cost consultation with Maryland workers compensation attorney Andrew Rodabaugh call +1 (410) 937-1659    OR         Email Maryland workers compensation benefits may be owed […]

Maryland Workmans’ Comp- Who are the parties involved?

I was injured on the job and am going through workers comp but… who or what is workers comp? Call a Baltimore workers comp attorney now at +1 (410) 937-1659   OR         Email To better understand Maryland workers compensation it is important to understand the people involved and what role they play in the work injury […]