Having the right legal counsel makes all the difference. Mr. Rodabaugh and his support team provides you with the solid legal advice and representation you deserve for your workers compensation case. Mr. Rodabaugh believes in continuing and effective communication with his clients throughout the comp process. Andrew also has trained assistants that can help answer your questions and guide you in the right direction. We understand that sometimes the Maryland injured worker just wants to be reassured everything is alright and the case is moving long without any issues. We also understand that sometimes the injured worker needs immediate action in court and we pride ourselves in the ability to promptly get things done to the full extent provided by Maryland workers comp laws..
Since beginning his practice in Baltimore Workers Compensation and Personal injury Mr. Rodabaugh has made it a point to explain how the law works without using confusing legal jargon. Undeniably, the best decisions are made when a person truly understands what is happening with their Maryland workers comp claim. Andrew prides himself on being able to customize and personalize his representation to each injured worker so he or she can follow along making educated desicions. With any workers compensation case or personal injury case informed clients make informed decisions!
Knowledge & Skill
We have a wide range of experience in all aspects of Maryland Workers’ Compensation Cases ranging from totally debilitating spinal injuries to broken fingers or minor sprains. We represent clients from all walks of life from construction workers, and office personnel to doctors and nurses.
Perhaps you know your work injury is severe but the workers comp insurance company (IWIF, Sedgwick, The Hartford, Gallagher Bassett, Travelers…) seem to be treating you fair. Keep in mind that the workers compensation insurance company has an attorney they can contact at anytime. They are represented by experienced workmans compensation attorneys, Why shouldn’t you be represented?
You may not believe your work injury is severe enough to retain counsel. It is always best to speak with a qualified Baltimore workers comp attorney before assuming this. Initial consultations are always free. A finger sprain can be worth as much as a bulging lumbar disc depending on the circumstances. If you are not concerned about the value of your compensation case there are still important steps to take that will insure you get the medical benefits to which you are entitled.
Andrew has handled Maryland workers compensation cases dealing with various injuries including but not limited to failed back surgery syndrome, carpal tunnel, wrist fractures, epicondylitis, radiculapothy, rsd (reflex sympothetic dystrophy), crps (complex region pain syndrome), spondylosis, spondylolisthesis, retrolisthesis, fractured vertebrae, disc herniations, torn acl (anterior cruciate ligament), torn meniscus, torn mcl (medial latteral ligament),torn rotator cuff, labral tears, torn supraspinatus tendons, total knee replacements, partial knee replacements, trigger finger, epicondylitis, bursitis, tendonitis, achilles tendon tears, dupuytrens contracture, and hip fractures.
Perhaps you need an Maryland workers comp Attorney that understand the treatment you have had or the severity of your work injury. This is important. Andrew has represented clients who have underwent multiple level spinal fusions, discectomy, lamenectomy, amputations, rhizotomy, radio frequency ablations, injection therapy, extensive pain management, arthroplasty- total knee replacements, partial knee replacements, should replacements, ankle fusions, wrist fusions, skin grafts,
A common misconception is Maryland Workers’ Compensation Laws only apply to those who work in the blue collar or hard labor industries. This simply is not true. Nurses, doctors, secretaries, lawyers, firefighters, professors, bus drivers, construction workers… the list can go on. It does not matter who you work for or what your job duties are, if you are hurt at work you are protected under Maryland Workers Compensation Laws.