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 »
- Is there a Time Limit for Workers' Compensation?
Yes, the length of time you have to file varies by jurisdiction. Read more »
- Disclosing Information About Workers' Comp
Do not disclose information about a workers' compensation claim to anyone except your lawyer or those your lawyer instructs you to tell. Read more »
- How Do I File a Workers' Comp Claim for a Chronic Condition?
Chronic conditions and occupational diseases are more complicated than accidental injuries. Get the help of a workers' comp lawyer. Read more »
- Is My Employer Entitled to See My Medical Records in a Comp Case?
The employer, no, generally not. The insurer, generally yes if there's a related condition. Read more »
- Are tips included in average weekly wage?
Tips are included for average weekly wage purposes. It's possible that the insurer will deny coverage, though. Read more »
- Does My Employer Have to Give Me Light Duty?
Your employer does not necessarily have to give you a light duty opportunity. However, you are entitled to corresponding compensation. 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 switch workers' comp lawyers during my case?
The short answer is ... Yes, absolutely you can switch lawyers during your case. Make sure you understand the ins and outs of switching, though. 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 »