Recovering from an injury sustained on the job can be a trying and painful experience. Concern over who will pay your medical bills, mortgage payments or car loans can consume your thoughts, taking your focus off of your recovery and slowing your return to work.
At the Soubra Law Firm in Frederick, Maryland, I, Maryland job injury attorney Imad Soubra, provide comprehensive and knowledgeable workers' compensation representation to clients injured on the job. I have ample knowledge of Maryland's workers' compensation guidelines.
To discuss the initial filing or appeal a workers' compensation claim, contact my office online or call 1-301-219-5038 and schedule your free initial consultation.
Many people become injured at work, but do not report. It is important that you report your injury and have it examined by a medical professional because they will know whether you sustain a permanent injury or not, not you. You are not a medical doctor. Workers Compensation will cover all medical bills to part of the body that were injured at work, but you must do it within certain period of time because if wait do not get treated and do not report it, then your rights to Workers Compensation benefits will be waived by your inaction. I will assist you in your matter if you were injured at work and need legal advice as to how to navigate through the complex Maryland Workers Compensations laws. Remember, the insurance company for Workers Compensation have their adjusters and defense attorneys looking after their best interest and try to limit your ability to recover what the law allows you to recover. So you should get an attorney to look after your best interest, I will help you through the process and try to get a recovery that is what Maryland Workers Compensation benefits allows for it.
Many people who are injured on the job miss out on many benefits that Workers Compensation has to offer because the insurance companies want to drive its cost down and not provide all the benefits that the Maryland Workers Compensation has to offer to an injured worker. Insurance companies will do anything by skipping medical treatment to play their legal antics to not pay your Workers Compensation benefits. The Insurance Companies have attorneys who sole purpose is to represent their interests and yours. If you retain me to represent you through the Workers Compensation process, I can help you receive all the benefits that you are entitled according to the law. I will make sure that the insurance companies do not do anything to skip your medical treatment because you have only one chance to receive this medical treatment. If you do not get well, then your bodily injury will worsen as time goes on and you will be responsible on your own to pay for the medical treatment to get yourself as you were before the injury.Comprehensive Workers' Compensation Representation
As a Maryland workers' compensation lawyer, I have developed successful strategies for protecting the rights of employees who have been injured while at work. In addition to injury claims, I represent surviving family members who have lost loved ones in workplace accidents.
My work can help individuals who were injured on the job secure the benefits they are entitled to while they recover from their injuries. Whether your claim is denied or your employer is avoiding the issue, my representation can guide you through the process, helping you obtain benefits as swiftly as possible.
I handle many types of workers' compensation injury claims, including those involving:
- Neck injuries
- Head injuries
- Brain injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Amputations/loss of limbs/limb crush injuries
- Soft tissue injuries
- Rotator cuff injuries
- Burn injuries
Familiar with the administrative aspects of a workers' compensation claim, I am able to provide efficient and favorable resolutions. Contact my office to schedule a free initial consultation.
As your Frederick Worker Compensation Attorney, 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 Workers Compensation Lawyer.
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