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Workplace Injuries Archives

Recovering from a Maryland work injury

Work injuries are not only physically painful, they are mentally taxing. Any time you are out of work for an extended period due to a serious injury, you’ll likely spend a great deal of time thinking about your climbing medical expenses, your utilities and other bills, and your job security.

Maryland center offers hope to firefighters struggling with PTSD

A one-of-a-kind recovery center in Maryland does what no other facility in the country can: focuses solely on the mental, emotional, and physical needs of active, injured, and retired firefighters suffering from work-induced post-traumatic stress disorder.

Outdoor worksites in summer bring increased need for safety

Across Maryland, commercial activity outside spikes during summertime, of course. Some kinds of work require warm weather. So, we are seeing an increase in construction sites, road repair, recreational and tourism activity, agricultural work, lawn care and landscaping, and similar trades. 

Workplace injuries can be life-changing

In labor intensive jobs it can feel like injuries are a part of life. While heavy equipment and manual labor are more suited to injury than stationary work, the fact is that many injuries are avoidable with the right training and equipment, regardless what type of work you do. It’s an employer’s job to make your workplace as safe as it can be, in all fields of employment.

Workers’ Memorial Day: How is Maryland doing on worker safety?

Every year on April 28, government agencies and unions recognize Workers’ Memorial Day to remember people who have died in the course of employment as well as those who have been injured or become ill from work. It is a day to renew commitment to safe workplaces. 

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. 

In which jobs do the most deaths occur?

At our law firm, we help the surviving loved ones of people who have passed away in the course of employment in death and dependent claims under Maryland’s Workers’ Compensation system. At a time of great grief and personal loss, the state Workers’ Compensation law provides for monetary support to help the survivors who had relied on the deceased worker for financial support. 

Maryland Workers’ Compensation: On-the-job dangers to nurses

At Cohen, Snyder, Eisenberg & Katzenberg, P.A., we advocate for workers from a wide spectrum of industries in their Workers’ Compensation claims. We frequently represent construction workers, who toil in an industry known for its particularly dangerous conditions that can cause debilitating injuries and even death on the job. 

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