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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. 

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 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 In a new, unpublished opinion, the Court of Special Appeals of Maryland sheds light on "minimum evidence" required to link medical treatment back to earlier covered injury. 

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. 

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