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Maryland correctional officers share some of the same workers’ comp benefits that police officers are entitled to receive. These benefits are not available to the general public. One of the workers’ comp benefits that some correctional officers receive is the presumption of an occupational illness for high blood pressure. Correctional officers diagnosed with heart disease […]Continue reading

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Work-related injuries and occupational diseases are common in many industries. However, public safety employees often face situations and conditions daily that can result in a workplace injury or occupational illness. The Workers’ Compensation Code provides specific considerations for public safety employees. These specific considerations include special legal presumptions and higher rates for benefits. If you […]Continue reading

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BALTIMORE, MD – January 3, 2018 – Secretary Carol Beatty today announced the appointment of Delegate Christian J. Miele, Esq., as Deputy Secretary of the Maryland Department of Disabilities. The appointment is effective January 9, the date Miele completes his term of office in the Maryland House of Delegates. “Christian worked hard representing his constituents […]Continue reading

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Millions of passengers use The Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) to commute throughout Maryland each year. The MTA Maryland transit system is the thirteenth largest rapid transit system in the United States. It utilizes over 1,300 vehicles to provide service to Maryland residents and visitors 24 hours a day. The transit system includes local buses, light […]Continue reading

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