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March 2018 Archives

Maryland Workers’ Compensation: New case on average weekly wage

When a Maryland employee gets a work-related injury or disease, he or she is eligible for Workers’ Compensation. When the worker is found to be temporarily totally disabled, he or she receives wage replacement benefits equal to two-thirds of average weekly wage

Maryland pedestrian accidents involving motor vehicles

At our law firm, we represent injured people who were negligently or recklessly struck by vehicles while walking, running or standing as pedestrians on Maryland roads. We conduct a comprehensive investigation of these complex cases to uncover all potentially responsible parties, including drivers as well as those responsible for dangerous road or intersection design or maintenance. 

Fatal Annapolis, Maryland, crash takes life of elderly driver

On March 11, an afternoon three-car accident took the life of an 81-year-old driver and injured five other people in Annapolis. According to the Bay Times and Record Observer, local police said that the “preliminary cause of the crash was the failure to remain right of center and excessive speed” and that it “is believed that heroin use [was] a contributing factor.” 

Maryland Workers’ Compensation: Pain from work-related harm

Obviously, pain is a major component of many work injuries and occupational diseases. Pain can significantly affect an injured or ill worker’s ability to engage in work tasks. Pain can be a legitimate part of the reason for a permanent partial or complete disability. 

Employee dies at scrap yard near Hagerstown in forklift accident

Several media sources are reporting that early on the Monday morning of March 4, a forklift accident caused an employee fatality at a scrap-metal recycling center near Hagerstown, Maryland, citing the Washington County Sheriff. Apparently, a forklift was moving a vehicle when it slipped off the forklift, fatally crushing the 51-year-old worker. 

Maryland Workers' Compensation: Expert medical evidence

An issue that arises in Maryland Workers' Compensation is whether there is adequate medical evidence in the record to support a claim. In a new, unpublished opinion, the Court of Special Appeals of Maryland sheds light on "minimum evidence" required to link medical treatment back to earlier covered injury. 

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