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Help with workers compensation- Baltimore Attorney

Baltimore Workers Compensation Attorney Andrew M. Rodabaugh has helped hundreds of Baltimore residence obtain benefits. Workers compensation cases can be very complicated in nature and often leave the injured worker with a number of questions during the process.  It is for this reason that an attorney can be most helpful to the injured worker, not […]

POLICE OFFICERS BENEFITS – Maryland Workers Compensation

Maryland Police officers are provided additional benefits under Workers Compensation Statutes and case law Maryland police officers are provided numerous benefits in addition to those provided for the ordinary employee.  Maryland workers compensation laws provide extended benefits, and rightfully so, under the public safety rules which include increased permanency payments, presumptions of law, coverage for […]

Average Weekly Wage- Maryland Workers Comp

Average Weekly Wage (AWW) in Maryland Workers Compensation cases Calculating the average weekly wage in a Maryland Workers Compensation case is important and can directly effect the value of the case, the lost wage checks, permanency payouts, and vocational benefits paid out.  The average weekly wage can be changed up until the first hearing before […]

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 […]

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 […]

Payments for life under workers comp disability in Maryland?- The misconception!

Does the injured Maryland worker really receive disability payments for life from Workers Comp? For a free consult call +1 (410) 937-1659     OR         Email Many injured workers hear the phrase disability payments and begin to think that disability payments from workers comp will be for a lifetime.  For those in the workers compensation industry it is […]

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 […]

Hearings- Maryland Workers Compensation

All about Maryland Workers Compensation Hearings Injured employees involved in a workers compensation case often wonder what to expect at a hearing.  The unknown often creates uneasiness and undue nervousness.  This is the case especially if the only hearings or court room proceedings the individual has been exposed to are those on television which create […]

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 […]