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February 2018 Archives

Maryland Workers’ Compensation: Restaurant burn risk

The first week in February is the American Burn Association’s Burn Awareness Week. In recognition of the serious and sometimes life-changing impact of burns, we will talk about work-related burns and electrocution. Burn injuries, if they arise out of and occur in the course of employment, can be the basis for a Maryland Workers’ Compensation claim. 

Damages for brain injuries from motor vehicle accidents

At our law firm, we represent the victims of car accidents caused by the negligence or reckless of other drivers. Tragically, many people hurt in such crashes receive traumatic brain injuries, called TBIs, many of which can leave long-term or permanent disability

Maryland Workers’ Compensation: Carpal tunnel syndrome

Many jobs require repetitive motions that continuously or frequently use the same parts of the body to perform the same task. Over time, the affected joint, nerves, ligaments, muscles, tendons and other body parts can wear out or become injured, either permanently or temporarily. These injuries are called repetitive motion injuries or repetitive stress injuries, and one of the most common RMI is carpal tunnel syndrome, called CTS. 

More about third-party suits by injured workers

As we have discussed previously, under almost all circumstances, Workers’ Compensation is the only legal remedy available to an injured worker against his or her employer. Earlier this month, we wrote about the availability of third-party claims when a person or company other than the employer contributed to the injury or death of a worker. 

Are there exceptions to the exclusivity of Workers’ Compensation?

Every state, including Maryland, has established a system of Workers’ Compensation that provides benefits like medical bill coverage and wage replacement to employees with work-related injuries or occupational illnesses. Employers carry insurance or become self-insured to pay these claims to employees when appropriate. 

Risk of serious injury in Maryland’s poultry industry

At our law firm, we represent injured workers throughout the state of Maryland in their claims for Workers’ Compensation benefits. We recently published a blog about the industries with the most fatalities and, not surprisingly, farmers and agricultural workers made the top 10 list. 

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