Please take a moment to review our frequently asked questions:
- When Will I Get My TTD Comp Benefits
The short answer is, assuming no problems with the case, TTD benefits come in about two months. Read more »
- Are part time employees covered under workers' compensation in Maryland?
Yes, part-time employees are covered under workers' compensation. There are slightly more complex issues, however. Read more »
- Can I Get Workers' Compensation for a Car Accident?
Yes, if you were working at the time of the accident. You can also have a lawsuit for the same accident. Read more »
- My Claim is Being Contested - What Do I Do?
When issues are filed and a workers' compensation claim is contested, it's time to hire a lawyer. Read more »
- Does Workers' Comp pay for Medical Bills
Yes. Workers' Compensation pays for all medical bills stemming from a … Read more »
- Can I Get Workers' Comp When Working from Home
You are entitled to workers' compensation if you were injured while wo… Read more »
- How Long Do I Have to Reopen a Workers' Comp Case?
In general, you have five years to reopen a workers' compensation case. Read more »
- Can Minors get Workers' Compensation
Yes, young workers are entitled to workers' compensation. There are only a few differences from adults. Read more »
- Should I Bring My Workers' Comp Claim in Maryland?
There are a few basic rules to follow to determine whether it is prope… Read more »
- Can I get workers' comp benefits even if I am retired?
Yes. You are entitled to TTD workers' compensation benefits even if you are retired. Read more »
- Benefits Were Denied: What Next?
When workers' compensation benefits are denied, the fight is not over. Hire a lawyer immediately. Read more »
- What is Average Weekly Wage in Maryland Workers’ Compensation?
The easiest definition of average weekly wage is: What you make in one week of working. Read more »
- Can I File a Claim Myself or Do I Need a Lawyer?
You can file a claim yourself, but a lawyer will likely be able to recover more than you are able to. Read more »
- Can I Get Fired for Filing a Workers' Comp Claim in MD?
The law says you can't be fired for filing a claim, but, that said, you still might lose your job. Read more »