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Maryland Workers Compensation Doctor referrals

Can a Maryland Workers Compensation Attorney refer me to a doctor? 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 […]

Maryland Workers Compensation Hearings- Postponements

For a FREE consultation and to speak with Maryland workers compensation attorney Andrew M. Rodabaugh call +1 (410) 937-1659     OR         Email POSTPONEMENTS Maryland workers compensation hearings are postponed on a regular basis for various reasons.  The requests can come from any party involved in the case and is processed by a Commissioner.  The timing of […]

RSD & CRPS- Maryland Workers Compensation Attorney

Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD) also called Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) seems to be one of the most complicated and troubling medical conditions out there.  Maryland workers compensation attorney’s occasionally see these conditions among injured clients.  When handling these cases it is important the attorney has at least a general understanding of the severity of […]

Knee Injuries- Maryland Workers Compensation Attorney

Knee Injuries sustained on the job in Maryland If you have been unfortunate enough to injure your knee while working it may be a good idea to retain a an attorney.  Even if you do not think it is time to hire a lawyer at least obtain a consultation because they are free and will […]

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

For a no cost consultation with Maryland workers compensation attorney Andrew Rodabaugh call  +1 (410) 937-1659     OR         Email As I wrote about in series 1 and 2 (two) there are a number of issues that may come up in the Maryland workers comp process that may leave the injured worker confused.  It may be that […]

Assault, Battery, Harassment at work- Maryland Workers Comp

Being assaulted, battered, or harassed at work can put a person in a very tough position.   If assaulted or battered the affected employee can require substantial medical treatment or psychological counseling.  In most cases an assault or battery at a Maryland work place will be covered under Maryland workers compensation laws and the injured […]

Late Workers Comp Checks- Maryland Workers Compensation Penalties

Workers that are unfortunate enough to get hurt on the job in Maryland may be entitled to receive lost wages.  These workers comp payments are called temporary total disability benefits.  The amount, timeliness, and accuracy of these payments should be verified with a workers comp attorney. For a Free Consultation call Maryland Workers Compensation Attorney […]

Maryland Construction Workers injured at work

One of the more risky occupations is that of a construction worker.  This could include pipe fitters, plumbers, electricians, hvac mechanics, carpenters, roofers, painters, you name it.  Prior to practicing law I was employed as a commercial refrigeration pipe fitter for the better part of a decade.  Like most in the construction industry I was […]

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 […]

Maryland Workman’s Comp Process is Confusing to workers- Series 1 of 3

For a no cost consultation with Maryland workers compensation attorney Andrew Rodabaugh call +1 (410) 937-1659 Those who have been injured on the job and have to go through the workers compensation process for the first time often seem confused and for good reason.  Workers Compensation is often viewed just as another form of health […]