How Do I Get A Maryland Workers’ Compensation Settlement?
Accidents that lead to injuries at work are not always easily managed. They can lead to missed work, rehabilitation and lost wages. If you have been hurt at work, you might need to pay for medical treatment, lost wages and pain and suffering and that could mean you need workers’ compensation.
Negotiated Maryland workers’ compensation settlements can be a good option in some instances, but not all of them. Settlements are typically paid in a lump sum and they frequently come with a number of binding conditions. If you accept a settlement, you might not be able to collect additional benefits in the future.
When you are deciding if you should accept a settlement, you should hire us to make sure the facts of your case, the type of injury you have suffered and the type of care you will need will be fairly compensated. Before you accept any offer, be sure that you get the advice of an experienced Baltimore workers’ comp settlement lawyer who knows the law. We can help you secure the best possible result.
Seeking The Best Resolution In Your Workers’ Comp Case
The Maryland workers’ compensation attorneys at Cohen, Snyder, Eisenberg & Katzenberg, P.A., provide comprehensive representation in all aspects of these cases. We will conduct a thorough review of your case and explain the advantages and disadvantages of the settlement. Our team can also represent you at Maryland workers’ compensation hearings, and we can help improve your hearing results.
In most cases, we pursue long-term benefits for injured workers. There can be some instances when there may be uncertainty regarding the compensability of your injury and what is in your best interests. We will work closely with you to resolve the case in a way that benefits you most.
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Contact us for a free initial consultation at any of our six office locations. We are available 24/7 to advise you on your questions regarding workers’ comp settlements.