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In Maryland & Pennsylvania

workers compensations

Workers Compensation lawyer Jonathan K. Miller has represented clients before the Maryland Workers’ Compensation Commission since 1987. Job related injuries can have major consequences on your personal and professional life. For practically all injuries sustained in the course of employment the Workers’ Compensation Commission offers the sole remedy for the injured worker.

A workers compensation claim in Maryland must be filed with the Commission within two years of the date of the injury. Although you are required to report the injury to your employer immediately, the employer will not file a claim for you. They will simply file a notice of injury with their insurance carrier. The employer may even pay initial medical bills, however without the filing of a claim with the Commission within the two year time period, you are not protected and will lose important rights including but not limited to the ability to collect temporary or permanent disability payments, compensation for medical treatment and if required, vocational rehabilitative services and lump sum payments in the event of permanent injury. The benefits are granted depending on the type and seriousness of injury.

If you are injured on the job, you need an experienced workers comp lawyer like Attorney Miller on your side. He has expertise in all areas of workers comp, including:

  • Workers Comp Benefits
  • Death and Dependent Claims
  • Denied Workers Comp Claims
  • Workers Comp Appeals and Hearings
  • Workers Comp Settlements
  • Workplace Injuries
  • Repetitive Stress Injuries
  • Construction Accidents
  • Industrial Accidents
  • Crane and Forklift Accidents
  • Ladder Falls
  • Electrocution
  • Fires and Explosions
  • And More

There are no attorney fees unless your workers comp claim is successful, and any attorney fee must be approved by the Commission and is limited by law. Contact workers compensation attorney Jonathan K Miller at PenMar Law, LLC for a free consultation in the event you suffer a work related injury by calling 443-504-5974 or 410-452-5500.