Maryland Workers' Compensation
Filing for Workers' Compensation in Maryland
If you have been injured in the course of your employment, you may be entitled to collect workers' compensation benefits for medical care, lost wages and other considerations. The process for requesting these benefits is very detailed and many applications have been rejected for minor paperwork errors.
An experienced workers' compensation attorney can help you to accurately and completely fill out the required forms and work to ensure that the entire process goes as smoothly as possible. At the Baltimore, Maryland, law office of Paul R. Kramer, LLC, I have worked with many workplace injury victims needing help securing workers' compensation benefits.
With You Through the Entire Process
In order to be eligible for most benefits, you must apply to the Maryland Workers' Compensation Commission within two years of the date of the accident. For some injuries you must apply sooner. I understand that working through complex workers' compensation issues can be an intimidating experience. I will be there with you from the filing of the initial application to the resolution of your case.
A large number of workers' compensation claims are denied on the first application. Be assured that denial does not necessarily mean that you will never receive benefits. You can request a reconsideration to submit additional evidence before another member of the commission. I have been a lawyer for over 40 years and I am admitted to practice in all Maryland and Federal courts. I can represent you at your initial application, reconsideration, ALJ hearing and appeal. You can rest assured that I will work to present the most compelling case to support your need for benefits.
Call for a Free Consultation
Contact my office today to discuss your case. I take every workers' compensation case on a contingency basis as set by statute so you don't pay any attorneys' fees unless I obtain benefits for you. I am available to meet whenever it is convenient for you. You can reach me by phone at 410-709-3793, toll free 877-701-9302 or via e-mail.