Chapter 18: Workers’ Compensation Series Conclusion

Workers’ Comp Claim

The Maryland Workers’ Compensation Act is designed to provide medical care and wage benefits to injured employees in an efficient and timely manner. However, that is not always the case. Our workers’ comp laws and the process of receiving benefits can be confusing and complicated.

When a work-related injury turns your world upside down, the last thing you want to deal with is unnecessary delays, complicated forms, and unfair denials by workers’ compensation insurance carriers. You need benefits right now!

Fighting for the Benefits and Compensation You Are Owed

The Pinder Plotkin legal team understands the urgency of your situation. We help injured workers navigate the workers’ compensation system in Maryland to ensure that claims are processed as quickly as possible.

We stand with injured employees who are seeking the workers’ comp benefits they need to pay living expenses and provide for their families while they are out of work recovering from a workplace accident. We also stand with families who have lost a loved one because of a workplace injury or illness and fight for workers’ comp death benefits.

It Can Be Difficult Getting Back to Work After an Injury

Injured employees face physical, emotional, and financial challenges as they battle to get back to work after an on-the-job injury. In some cases, an injured worker may not be able to return to work because of a permanent disability. The Maryland workers’ comp attorneys of Pinder Plotkin help workers seek vocational rehabilitation and permanent disability benefits when their work-related injury or illness results in a permanent impairment. We pursue every avenue, including third-party claims, to ensure our clients receive all available benefits and compensation.

If You Have Questions, We Have Answers

If you have questions about a workers’ compensation claim, call our office to speak with a representative. We offer free consultations so that you can get the information you need about pursuing a workers’ comp claim.

Each member of the Pinder Plotkin legal team puts your needs first. We do not stop working on your case until it is resolved. Call 410-661-9440 to schedule a free consultation to discuss your legal rights after a workplace accident.

Check out more information in these relevant blog posts: 

Chapter 17 – Maryland Workers’ Compensation Benefits for Correctional Officers

Chapter 16 – Maryland Workers’ Compensation Benefits for Firefighters and EMTs

Chapter 15 – Maryland Workers’ Compensation Benefits for Police Officers

Chapter 14 – What is Third-Party Liability in a Workers’ Compensation Claim

Chapter 13 – Award of Compensation

Chapter 12 – What is the Subsequent Injury Fund

Chapter 11 – Workers’ Comp Claims with Uninsured Employers

Chapter 10 – When Is Vocational Rehabilitation Approved in a Workers’ Comp Case

Chapter 9 – What is a Functional Capacity Exam

Chapter 8 – What is Considered an Occupational Disease to Qualify for Worker’s Comp Benefits in Maryland

Chapter 7 – What is Meant by Accidental Injury for a Workers’ Comp Claim

Chapter 6 – How Are Medical Providers Paid for Workers’ Comp Claims in Maryland

Chapter 5 – How Do I Get Paid for My Workers’ Compensation Claim

Chapter 4 – Your Right to Medical Treatment After a Workplace Injury

Chapter 3 – How Do I Report an Injury at Work?

Chapter 2 – Who is Covered by Workers’ Compensation Insurance in Maryland? 

Chapter 1 – What is Workers’ Comp?


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