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Restaurant workers injured on the job- Maryland Workers Comp

Restaurant Workers Injured at Work in Maryland Given the fast pace environment and often hectic atmosphere it is no surprise when I hear that a restaurant worker was injured at work.  An observation of any Baltimore Cheesecake Factory, Outback Steakhouse, Applebees, or or TGIFridays on a Friday or Saturday night will prove Restaurant workers do […]

Maryland Workman’s Comp Process is confusing to workers- Series 2 of 3

For a no cost consultation with Maryland workers compensation attorney Andrew Rodabaugh call +1 (410) 937-1659 As discussed in Series 1 of this post the confusion among workers injured in Maryland often starts with the setting up the very first doctors appointment.  If the injured worker is able to get to a doctor without any […]

Truck drivers injuries-Maryland Workers Comp

Truck Drivers are occasionally injured on the job Fortunately they too are entitled to workers compensation benefits under Maryland law.  Benefits may include lost wages being paid, settlement, permanency money, medical treatment paid for, and reimbursement of out of pocket expenses.  When there are severe injuries that prevent the truck driver from returning to work […]

Low Back injuries-Maryland Workers Comp

Low back injuries are one the most commonly filed under Maryland Workers Compensation For a Free consultation call Maryland workers compensation attorney Andrew Rodabaugh +1 (410) 937-1659     OR         Email Types of low back injuries low back injuries come in various forms and severity.  To get the clearest understanding of a back injury diagnostic tests and […]

Sue work for Injury- Maryland Workers Compensation-Lawsuit

If injured on the job a court action can take place against the employer A Maryland employee can file a workers compensation claim if injured on the job.  While many consider this a lawsuit, in my humble opinion I would consider it a quasi-lawsuit or an administrative claim.  This is because unless the decision of […]

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 […]

Shoulder injury – Maryland Workers Compensation Attorney

Shoulder injuries can have devastating effects on injured Maryland employees and it is important to know how much compensation the injured worker should receive. For immediate help and a free consultation contact Maryland Workers Comp Attorney Rodabaugh today at+1 (410) 937-1659     OR         Email Unfortunately there is no clear answer as to the compensation the injured […]

Medical care for life under Maryland workers’ comp?

Injured on the job in Maryland- have you heard about medical treatment to the injured body part for life?  Further explanation is due as this is not always the case! For a FREE consultation call +1 (410) 937-1659     OR         Email Maryland workers compensation attorney Mr. Rodabaugh.   What does Maryland Workers Compensation law […]

When do I report my Maryland Workers Comp Injury- Deadlines

There are Numerous Deadlines and limitations statutes in  Maryland Workers Compensation Cases.  For a no cost consultation with Maryland workers compensation attorney Andrew Rodabaugh call +1 (410) 937-1659     OR         Email To ensure these deadlines are met a qualified Maryland workers comp attorney should be retained immediately after the accident.  Report any accident to a supervisor […]

Baltimore City Teachers injured on the job- Workers Comp Attorney

Baltimore City teachers are injured on the job more often than most educators in the State Surprising to many, the risk of being injured on the job can be higher for those in the education field.  A Baltimore Sun article from February 2014 notes higher rates of injury among Baltimore City school staff when compared […]