Workers Comp Cases Handled

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Experience as a Workers Compensation Attorney

Mr Rodabaugh has handled Maryland workers compensation cases involving almost every type of injury imaginable.  Notably, compensation was recovered in 99% of those cases.  It is important to have a Maryland Workmans Comp Attorney with extensive legal knowledge but your attorney should also have an understanding of the medical aspects of the case.  Understanding the injury and the complexity can help determine medical treatment needed, the value of the case, the expected course of the case, and the expected future treatment.

Examples of Maryland Workers Comp injuries handled by Mr. Rodabaugh

Abscess
Acl tears (anterior cruciate ligament),
achilles tendon tears,
amputations,
ankle fractures,
bicep tears,
bilateral wrist fractures,
bursitis,
burst fractures
carpal tunnel,
crps (complex region pain syndrome),
cubital tunnel,
dental surgery,
disc herniations,
dupuytrens contracture,
epicondylitis,
failed back surgery syndrome,
fractured vertebrae,
fusions,
hip fractures,
labral tears,
partial knee replacements,
psychological injuries,
radiculapothy,
retrolisthesis,
rotator cuff,
rsd (reflex sympothetic dystrophy),
shoulder replacements,
skin grafts,
spondylosis,
spondylolisthesis,
tendonitis,
thoracic outlet syndrome,
torn meniscus,
torn mcl (medial cruciate ligament),
torn supraspinatus tendons,
total knee replacements,
trigger finger,

Andrew was my Workman’s Comp lawyer for a case that was just recently settled. He is the type of lawyer that all lawyers aspire to be: experienced, confident, smart, and dependable. Throughout my four year ordeal, Andrew was patient in responding to my questions, reliable in keeping me updated, and empathetic with my situation. He really does care about his clients and you can’t do any better than Andrew on your team. From accident to settlement, I was always happy with the hard work that Andrew…
Michelle R.

Notable Recoveries in Maryland Workers Compensation Cases

$400,000 complex regional pain syndrome.
$250,000 Neck Fusion
$220,000 Cuada Equina Syndrome
$95,000 shoulder and neck injury
$90,000 hip fracture
$75, 000 for shoulder injury
$65,000 knee injury

Andrew was my Workman’s Comp lawyer for a case that was just recently settled. He is the type of lawyer that all lawyers aspire to be: experienced, confident, smart, and dependable. Throughout my four year ordeal, Andrew was patient in responding to my questions, reliable in keeping me updated, and empathetic with my situation. He really does care about his clients and you can’t do any better than Andrew on your team. From accident to settlement, I was always happy with the hard work that Andrew…
Michelle R.

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