Terms and Conditions of Use

Welcome to MDCompLaw.com.  The terms “mdcomplaw.com”, “the site”, “we”, “us” or “our” refer to the website and its owners.  Please read this Terms of Use Agreement (“Agreement”) carefully. It is intended to provide the terms and conditions associated with the use of this website.  Use of, or access to, any of the pages of this website indicates an agreement on your part to be bound by the following terms and conditions.

This Agreement incorporates the Privacy Policy and Disclaimer. If you do not agree to the terms and conditions provided, please do not use this website.

This agreement shall constitute the entire agreement between the site and you. It shall supplant all previous agreements and warranties and any simultaneous agreements, warranties, or understandings. If any part of this agreement is deemed to be unenforceable, it shall not prevent all remaining portions to remain in full effect.


Our Role

You understand that your information will be shared with an attorney if you so request. The personal information shared will be limited to that which you submit while visiting the site. Other information, such as information related to IP address may be shared, but personal information shall be limited to that supplied by you.

You understand that mdcomplaw.com only refers you to attorneys if you so request. We do not serve any other function in the process of a workers’ compensation case.  The attorneys and/or firms with whom you deal after your visit are independent and distinct entities, with whom this site has no liability. It is our absolute goal to connect you with the best, most competent attorneys possible, but we are not responsible for your relationship with them or their conduct.  This site is not a party to any relationship you may form with any other service provider.

Your Information

When you provide your information, you agree that if you request it, an attorney may contact you by telephone or email, even if you are part of the Federal Trade Commission’s Do Not Call list or any particular state’s Do Not Call list. This also extends to any applicable trade, business, or other Do Not Call list.

Use of Site

You agree:

1.) You are at least eighteen (18) years of age.

2.) You take complete and full responsibility for use of the site.

3.) All information provided is accurate.

Do Nots:

1.) DO NOT transmit any information which is illegal, harmful, sexually explicit, defamatory, or violative of personal privacy in any way.

2.) DO NOT interfere with the operation of this website, including, but not limited to, deciphering our transmissions of information or data; unreasonably burdening our servers; transmitting viruses, worms, software agents, or anything else harmful

3.) DO NOT make information known which it is illegal or unethical for you to make known.

4.) DO NOT impersonate another person.

5.) DO NOT do anything else which may illegally or unnecessarily interfere with the operation of the site.


Our Intellectual Property

The content of this website is all copyright mdcomplaw.com.  You agree not to display or use in any manner the content on this website without the express, written consent of mdcomplaw.com. The copyrighted material and/or trademarks of third parties on this site are here with permission and may only be used with the express consent of that particular third party. All materials on this site and the software used in conjunction with this site is our exclusive property and may be not be used without express consent. Moreover, you may not attempt to reverse engineer or otherwise discover or use the source code. You may not assign or in anyway give or take rights in the site, its interface or its code. You also may not access this site in any fashion other than the interface provided by mdcomplaw.com. Failure to comply with any or all of the provisions related to our intellectual property may result in civil or criminal penalties.



Links to third party service and product providers can be found throughout this site. Such links are intended to be beneficial to you. The site is not, however, responsible for the accessibility of these sites or the content found on these sites. We are also not responsible for any loss or damage resulting from these sites or their services or products. Please do not hesitate to contact us regarding any of our links – be it positive or negative. All feedback is appreciated.



You agree to indemnify and hold harmless mdcomplaw.com and all agents, shareholders, employees, subsidiaries, affiliates, contractors, and vendors from any action by any third party resulting from your use of the site or use of the site from your computer.


No Warranty and Limitation of Liability

To the maximum extent allowed by law, mdcomplaw.com makes no representations, or express or implied warranties. We provide the site, its service, and its software “as is.” Performance, quality, results and accuracy are not assured and those risks fall with you, the end user. We do our best to provide the best information and best referrals possible, but those results cannot, ultimately, be assured. Again, we welcome your feedback as to how to provide the best, most accurate service. In no event shall we be liable for any damages resulting from your use of this site or its services. If you are not happy with this site or its services or do not agree with any part of this agreement, your only remedy is to discontinue use.



Your access to this site may be terminated at any time for breach of this agreement, request from legal authorities, technical or security problems, actions on your part which may negatively effect the site, and any other reasons, foreseeable or unforeseeable which mdcomplaw.com deems warrants termination.

Information Only – No Attorney-Client Relationship

The content on this website is for information purposes only. It is not legal advice, as all cases are different, and advice needs to be tailored to each situation. Reading this website and/or sending us information, does not mean you have an attorney-client relationship with anyone.


Failure to Retain Counsel May Cost You Your Rights – Act Quickly

If you need legal representation, you should retain counsel as soon as possible. Please be aware that most steps in the workers’ compensation system of Maryland or any other state or country have time deadlines. If you do not comply with those deadlines, you may lose your rights. Therefore, whatever course of action you take, you should take it rapidly.

Applicable Laws

This agreement shall be governed by the laws of the State of Maryland. Any and all actions instituted shall be in the State of Maryland.

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