Category: Workers Compensation

When you are injured at work in Maryland, you should be entitled to workers’ compensation benefits. In most cases, injured employees are only entitled to receive the benefits provided by Maryland’s Workers’ Compensation laws. Workers are not permitted to sue employers for compensation for other damages, except in very limited and narrowly defined situations. The […]Continue reading

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Workers’ Comp Claims and Opioids in Maryland When a worker is injured on the job, Maryland’s workers’ compensation system covers medical care and other WC benefits. This coverage includes prescription medications, including opioids. Doctors often prescribe opioids for treatment of pain after an injury at work. However, with the growing opioid epidemic, the question of […]Continue reading

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When it comes to workers’ compensation cases, there are many different types of injuries that workers can sustain and multiple types of benefits that they may be eligible for. However, according the to Maryland General Assembly, the most frequently tried cases are those concerning permanent partial disability claims brought by injured workers. Permanent partial disability […]Continue reading

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When most people think of work-related injuries, they often imagine the sudden, unexpected events that cause them: a slip-and-fall, a vehicle accident, an equipment malfunction, etc. In fact, though, occupational diseases and injuries caused by repetitive motions of the body, known as repetitive stress injuries (RSIs), make up a significant portion of workplace injuries in […]Continue reading

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