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Archive for May, 2015

Does Toxic Mold Exposure Qualify Me for Workers’ Comp?

Thursday, May 28th, 2015

Not all workplace health risks involve broken bones or torn muscles. Sometimes the conditions of your workplace can lead to other serious health problems, some that have life-altering consequences. Toxic mold exposure, for example, can lead to a wide range… Read More

Know your Average Weekly Wage

Tuesday, May 12th, 2015

When an worker sustains an on the job injury, known as an “accidental injury,” in the State of Maryland, the value of the indemnity (or money) benefits will depend in part on the injured worker’s average weekly wage.  This is… Read More

Injured Workers Should Promptly Seek Legal Counsel

Tuesday, May 12th, 2015

Sustaining an accidental injury or becoming disabled as a result of an occupational disease can be a life changing event.  Seeking legal counsel early on in the process can be a vital step in the ultimate outcome of a workers’… Read More

Going To and From Work: Do Injuries Qualify for Workers’ Comp?

Friday, May 8th, 2015

In order to qualify as a compensable injury, a workplace injury must occur under a specific set of circumstances. Many people would assume that one of these circumstances would be that the injury would have had to occur on the… Read More

Are Volunteers Covered by Maryland’s Workers’ Compensation Law?

Tuesday, May 5th, 2015

Did you know that if you represent your employer as a volunteer, and are injured in the course of the volunteer activity that your employer may try to deny workers’ compensation benefits?  Generally speaking, in order for an injury to… Read More