Worker’s Compensation

Maryland Workers’ Compensation Lawyers

Maryland Workers CompensationWhen you go to work, you probably do not think about what would happen if you were injured on the job or suffered a work-related illness. What would happen to your family if you could not work? How would you pay your bills? What happens if you are unable to return to work permanently?

Unfortunately, on-the-job accidents and illnesses can lead to serious health and financial consequences. Your work-related injury could leave your family without any income for an extended period. If you do not have sufficient savings or private disability insurance, you may not have the money to pay your basic living expenses and necessary bills during your recovery.

Maryland Workers’ Compensation Laws Protect Injured Workers

Fortunately, Maryland’s workers’ compensation laws provide benefits to workers who are injured on the job. The Maryland workers’ compensation lawyers of the Pinder Plotkin Legal Team can help you receive the workers’ comp benefits you and your family need while you are recovering from an on-the-job accident.

Call 410-661-9440 for a free consultation with a Maryland workers’ compensation lawyers. We will explain your legal rights and guide you through the process of filing a claim for workers’ comp benefits.


Maryland employers are required to carry workers’ compensation coverage to provide benefits for workers injured on the job. Therefore, most workers are covered by workers’ compensation coverage. However, if you are an independent contractor, you may not be covered by an employer’s workers’ compensation insurance policy.

If a worker is injured in the normal course of his or her job or becomes ill because of the work conditions, that worker should be entitled to workers’ comp benefits. Workers’ compensation does not require you to prove that your employer was negligent or at-fault for your injury or illness. You are only required to prove that the injury or illness was incurred while you were performing your required work duties for your employer.


If your employer or the insurance provider tells you that workers’ compensation insurance does not cover your injury or illness, you should contact a member of our Pinder Plotkin Legal Team immediately. The information provided to you by your employer or the insurance company may be inaccurate. You need to seek the advice of a Maryland workers’ compensation lawyer to ensure that you take the necessary steps to protect your right to receive workers’ comp benefits after a workplace injury.

Likewise, if your workers’ compensation claim is denied, you should contact a Maryland workers’ comp attorney immediately. You are entitled to appeal the denial of a workers’ comp claim. Dealing with the aftermath of a workplace injury or illness can be overwhelming. If you have received a denial letter, don’t give up. You have options.


The entire Pinder Plotkin Legal Team is here to help you receive the worker’s comp benefits you need and deserve after being injured at work. We fight for you and your family when you need help!

Call us at 410-661-9440 for a free consultation.

We review your claim and discuss ways we can help you secure the workers’ compensation benefits you are entitled to receive by law. We can help you get started by filing a workers’ comp claim or help you appeal a denial of claim.

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