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Maryland Workers Compensation Claims

When it comes to workers being injured on the job, Maryland has been progressive in enacting the first Workers Compensation laws in this country. Employees can qualify for Workers Compensation benefits if they were injured while working where the insurance coverage. Many people may be relaxed that there are such laws in place where an employee has the ability to receive financial and medical benefits when the employee is hurt on the job. 

When circumstances are such that you or your loved one has been injured while at work, or feeling pain due to the job, you should contact our Maryland Workers’ Compensation Lawyer in Frederick, Maryland. Soubra Law firm will be able to help you with your Workers’ Compensation Claim.  

What is a Maryland Workers Compensation Claim?

When a worker is hurt at work, or progress a disease due to the work, the employee is eligible for worker’s compensation benefits. However, many times insurance companies and employers can litigate the worker’s right to medical and financial benefits. It depends on your circumstances whether you will qualify for worker’s compensation claim. The Soubra Law Firm help clients to determine if their situation show a viable case for workers compensation claim like this.

Did the Insurance Company Deny You Maryland Workers Compensation Benefits?

Supposed the insurance company or employer has denied your workers compensation benefits due to any of the following facts or defenses, it would be in your best interest to use our Maryland Workers Compensation Lawyer immediately which of the following facts arises:

  • Independent Contractor
  • Horseplay
  • Social or Recreational Injures or Coffee Breaks
  • Idiopathic Condition
  • Causal Relationship of the Condition to the Injury
  • Accidental Injury Arising Out of the Course of Employment
How Should I Proceed To File A Works Compensation Claim?

The Soubra Law Firm is located in Frederick, Maryland, but we serve the injured works in Montgomery, Washington, and Carroll Counties as well as throughout Maryland. The Maryland Workers Compensation Attorney can provide you with the help and guidance need to file your claim and provide consultations to ensure a successful claim.

Under Workers’ Compensation claim, it is divided into categories of disabilities. There is a number of factors to look into to determine the type of disability you fall into. As your Maryland Workers Compensation Attorney for the Soubra Law Firm, your category of disability will fall into one of the places:

  • Permanent Total Disability – an employee is not able to return to sustainable gainful employment due to his/her work-related injury.
  • Permanent Partial Disability- an employee sustains a particular type of injury which industrial loss and amount of disfigurement.
  • Temporary Partial Disability – an employee is released to return to his/her job to work under light duty according to doctor’s medical order which is not able to perform the same pre-injury job, and has incurred loss earning due to the injury.
  • Temporary Total Disability – an employee is under medical care where he/she has not reached medical maximum improvement and not able to return to his/her job due to the work-related injury.

As your Frederick Maryland Workers Compensation Attorney to deal with Workers Compensation Claims, the Law Firm is here to serve Frederick, Montgomery, Washington, and Carroll Counties as well as the remaining Maryland area. The Firm would like to be your Frederick Maryland Workers Compensation Lawyer to deal with Workers Compensation issues.

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