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Maryland work injury Data and Statistics

Maryland Workers Compensation Statistics are arranged below.  These statistics were collected by the Maryland Workers Compensation Commission data.  Revelations include the number of claims filed per occupational industry, amount of permanency awards issued per body part, number of claims filed per gender and age, and number of weeks per award.  Statistical data for number of fatalities is provided in almost every link below.  Statistical data regarding the number of claims filed per county is also included in some of the links below.

2016 Statistics

2015 Statistics

2014 Statistics

2013 Statistics

2012 Statistics

2011 Statistics

2010 Statistics

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