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Maryland Attorneys Handling Injury, Criminal, And Disability Cases
Maryland Attorneys Handling Injury, Criminal, And Disability Cases

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Bicycle deaths in MD increase for third straight year
The number of fatal bike accidents has increased for the last three years in Maryland. This piece touches on ways to stay safe and remedies if injured.
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Work violence and Maryland Workers' Compensation
Read an article about Maryland Workers' Compensation claims for injuries caused by the negligence or aggression of third parties.
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Maryland offers new insurance type allowing stacking
Read an article introducing a new Maryland law that will take effect on July 1, 2018. Insurance companies selling private passenger liability policies in the state will be required to offer a new kind of uninsured motorist coverage called enhanced underinsured motorist coverage that will allow greater recovery in some at-fault accidents.
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Workplace fatalities in Maryland: Common causes
This post is helpful for anyone that was injured or lost a loved one in a workplace accident.
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4 Benefits Injured Maryland Workers May Be Eligible For
Read this article to learn about the four types of workers’ compensation benefits that may be available to injured employees in Maryland. Depending on the circumstances, workers may qualify for benefits that address lost wages, reduced earning capacity, medical costs and vocational retraining. Learn more about the expenses that each type of benefit can cover and the criteria that are used to determine the value of these benefits.
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Workers’ Compensation Medicare Set-Aside Arrangements
A Workers’ Compensation Medicare Set-Aside Arrangement (WCMSA) is an agreement incident to a workers’ compensation settlement to pay for future medical expenses related to a workers’ compensation injury.
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Firefighters and presumed occupational diseases
Take a look at this article about presumed occupational diseases under Maryland law for both police officers and firefighters. State law presumes that certain diseases are work-related for police officers and firefighters. For firefighters in particular, the law presumes that certain cancer types are the result of occupational exposure to fumes and dangerous chemicals.
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”Fatal Four” mishaps threaten lives of construction workers
Read this article if you or a loved one has been injured while working on a construction site. Construction is a dangerous injury, with many types of accidents causing serious injuries or death. Falls are the most common type of construction accident. A workers’ compensation attorney should be contacted after any serious accident on the job.
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Our firm is sponsoring the Breakfast with the Commissioners at next month's MWCEA Annual Conference. Registration is still open: https://mwcea.com/register/register.htm?c=attend
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Maryland's summer heat can result in worker illnesses and injuries
With the summer season upon us, it is important for Maryland employers to keep workers safe from heat-related complications. Read on to learn more about heat illnesses and precautions that should be taken to stay safe in hot conditions.
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