Workers’ Compensation

Report Your Injury: Speak To Your Employer Right Away

Workplace injuries do not just happen on construction sites or manufacturing plants. They can happen to bus drivers, retail clerks, teachers, health care workers, bankers and other professionals.

Do you have a work-related injury or illness? Report it to your employer as soon as possible. Getting medical attention right away after an accident will be crucial to your workers’ compensation claim. Medical records are critical documentation to prove the severity of your injuries or illness, should you develop long-term injuries or become seriously ill due to your work environment. In the case of illness or disease, you must inform your employer as soon as you discover your illness is due to your work environment or the activities your employer pays you to perform.

Sometimes, employees fail to report their injuries. Some fear losing their position or job. Others are confused by Maryland’s workers’ compensation procedure because it is challenging to understand.

Who Can Collect Workers’ Compensation?

Maryland’s workers’ compensation benefits are for employees who have accidental injuries or occupational diseases that could “arise out of employment” and “arise in the course of employment,” including, but not limited to, the following:

  • Asbestosis
  • Lung diseases
  • Skin disorders
  • Hearing impairment
  • Repetitive strain injuries
  • Certain cancers
  • Falls from ladders or scaffolding
  • Slip and falls
  • Car accidents
  • Truck crashes
  • Forklift collisions
  • Explosions
  • Chemical exposure

Do not let fear keep you from getting the compensation you need. Call the Law Offices of Eugene I. Glazer at 410-415-9401 in Pikesville for a free case evaluation.

Contact Us To Find Out What To Expect At Our First Meeting

Getting your life back on track while you are suffering injuries or illness can be a long and frustrating process if you are trying to do it all on your own. It is important to keep in mind that not all injuries suffered on the job may qualify for workers’ compensation.

During your first meeting with us, we will ask you many questions to get the full picture of your claim. In turn, we will respond to your questions with straightforward answers. Our goal is to help you get the maximum compensation you need to heal from your injuries.

You can look to our team at the Law Offices of Eugene I. Glazer for the leadership you need to address your workers’ compensation claim. Call 410-415-9401 to schedule a free case evaluation with our experienced team. You may also reach out to us online. Hablamos Español.