Carpal tunnel syndrome in a Maryland Workers Compensation case The nerves in your body are responsible for transmitting messages to and from your brain. If the nerves are compressed, damaged, or irritated, numbness can occur. Finger numbness may affect your ability to pick things up. You may feel clumsy and as if you’ve lost strength in your […]
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Can A Baltimore Car Accident Attorney Sue Someone Whose Cell Phone Use Resulted In An Accident?
Can a Baltimore car accident attorney sue someone whose cell phone use resulted in an accident? If as a result of using a cell phone use, the driver of an at fault vehicle causes an accident, the driver will be held responsible by a Baltimore car accident attorney for the accident if the cell phone […]
Can Punitive Damages Be Claimed In A Car Accident In Baltimore?
Can Punitive Damages Be Claimed In A Car Accident In Baltimore? The answer is no. In the case of Donna Komornik v. Gregory Sparks 331 Md. 720, 629 A2d 721 (1983) the Maryland Court of Appeals was presented by the following facts. The at fault driver was intoxicated at the time of the accident and […]
How Long Does A Workers’ Compensation Case Take?
Maryland work injury attorney-I need my benefits yesterday-How long does a workers’ compensation case take? A Maryland work injury attorney knows there is no time limit as to how long a workers’ compensation case will take. Because the case can stay open for the rest of your life, some case have continued for 20 or […]
Maryland Workers Comp Lawyer-Make Insurance Companies Pay
Maryland Workers Comp Lawyer-Make Insurance Companies Pay It will be awesome if the insurance company always did in a timely manner what the law requires them to do. However, is very common for the insurance company not do what they’re legally required to do. That is why it is important to have a Maryland […]
Maryland workers compensation claims – Light Duty
What does an employee do when released to light duty? In Maryland workers compensation claims, there are times when either your treating doctor or a doctor chosen by the insurance company releases you to return to work light duty . Returning to work on light duty is an excellent way to avoid job loss.This raises […]
Maryland Workers Compensation Commission
Maryland Workers Compensation Commission Hearings After you file the claim part of the process of a Maryland Workers Compensation Commission claim is what it’s like to go to a Maryland Workers Compensation Commission trial at the Maryland Workers Compensation Commission. On the day of the hearing at the Maryland Workers Compensation Commission you appear and there […]
Subsequent Injury Fund-What is it?
What is the Subsequent Injury Fund? The Subsequent Injury Fund is a Maryland State Government agency that was set up under the Maryland workers compensation law in order to compensate an employee injured on the job, who also suffers from significant pre-existing conditions. The law recognizes that when employees are injured on the job and […]
Maryland Workers Compensation Accidental Injury Analysis
Maryland Workers Compensation Accidental Injury Analysis Claims are either accidental injuries or occupational diseases or none of the above. Our initial analysis in support of the Worker’s Compensation Commission decision requires us to first define the term accidental personal injury. Accidental personal injury is defined as “an accidental injury that arises out of and in […]
Medicare Set Aside in Workers Compensation – Everything You Need to Know
In a workers compensation claim, normally the insurance company for your employer is responsible for your medical treatment for the rest of your life. The issue of whether medicare was going to pay for expenses related to workers compensation cases or third party liability cases has been out there since 1981. The answer to this […]