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April 2018 Archives

Maryland bill on garbage-worker safety on governor’s desk

At our law firm, we represent employees who have been injured on the job. We help them in their application for workers’ compensation benefits, which are available regardless of who was at fault for the injury. We also conduct a thorough investigation of the circumstances surrounding the work injury to determine whether any third parties may be liable for our client’s harm and if so, may advise him or her about the possibility of filing a personal injury lawsuit. 

Maryland road construction about to begin: Be careful out there

At our law firm, we represent people injured in highway work zones across Maryland, whether drivers, passengers or construction workers. A driver who ignores posted speed restrictions or otherwise drives negligently or recklessly in a work zone and causes injury or death in a collision will be liable in a personal injury lawsuit for resulting damages. 

Common causes of motor vehicle accidents in Baltimore, Maryland

With a metropolitan area of about 2.8 million inhabitants — we all know that roadway accidents involving cars, trucks, buses and motorcycles are going to happen in greater Baltimore. Some of these collisions are really accidental and others just fender benders, but when someone negligently or recklessly causes a crash that leaves another driver or a passenger, cyclist or pedestrian with serious injury or even results in death, the at-fault driver is liable in a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit for the victim’s injuries and losses. 

Maryland Workers’ Compensation: Firefighter disease presumptions

Firefighters face exposure to toxic chemicals, substances and gases on a regular basis when they run toward danger on all of our behalves. Maryland law presumes that when they get certain diseases in particular circumstances, Workers’ Compensation benefits will be awarded. 

Bill may enhance Workers’ Comp for Maryland correctional officers

A bill has landed on Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan’s desk that would move state correctional officers into a category of public service employees who already get a higher level of Workers’ Compensation benefits in certain situations. As of this April 4 writing, WorkCompCentral reports that HB 205 passed through both houses of the legislature almost unanimously, but the governor has not indicated whether he supports the change. 

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