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10 important things injured Maryland workers must know

Maryland Injured Workers Should know! +1 (410) 937-1659     OR         Email 1.  Filing “the” Maryland Workers’ Compensation Claim In order to be protected by Maryland workman’s compensation laws a claim must be filed with the Workers Compensation Commission.  It is not enough to file a claim with the insurance company.  To make sure this is done […]

Nurse Case Manager-Maryland Workers Comp

What is the deal with the Nurse Case Manager on my workers comp case? For immediate assistance call +1 (410) 937-1659 and speak with Maryland workers compensation attorney Mr. Rodabaugh for a free consultation. Prefer Email   After being injured on the job and receiving some medical treatment there may come a time when the […]

Workers Compensation Notices and forms Received- Maryland work comp

Learn what the Maryland workers comp notices and forms mean For a no cost consultation with Maryland workers compensation attorney Andrew Rodabaugh call  +1 (410) 937-1659     OR         Email   I received a notice in the mail that issues have been filed in my workmans comp case. You have received a “Notice of Issues Filed.”  This […]

Maryland Workers Compensation- Claim Form Filing

How do I file a workers compensation claim in Maryland? For a no cost consultation with Maryland workers compensation attorney Andrew Rodabaugh call+1 (410) 937-1659     OR         Email The Claim Form can be obtained on the Maryland Workers Compensation website.  It is important to know that the form must be complete and instructions must be followed […]

Can I obtain a second opinion? Do I go to workers comp doctor? Maryland law

Maryland’s Workers Compensation laws do not forbid an injured worker from seeking and obtaining a second opinion or an opinion from a doctor of their choice! 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 […]

Employer is not providing light duty- Md. Work Comp

An Employer must provide true light duty work 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 the injured workers part […]

Settlement or Permanency in Maryland Workers Compensation

Settlement and Permanency is often mistakenly referred to synonymously by injured workers.  Here are the ways to obtain compensation at the end of a Maryland workers compensation case. Calculating a settlement figure is not an easy task.  Having a complete understanding of the various types of settlement and permanency awards is only the beginning.  Settlement […]

When will my Maryland Workers Compensation case settle?

Maryland Workers Compensation settlements can take some time to perfect To speak in person with a Maryland Workers Compensation Attorney call    +1 (410) 937-1659     OR         Email The Short Answer: A Maryland Workers Compensation case can settle at any time during the below process if all parties are on the same page regarding the terms of […]

Will Changing Jobs Affect My Maryland Workers Comp Claim

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 […]