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Focusing my practice on Maryland workers compensation helps me provide the injured worker sound legal advice that they deserve.
- Workers' Compensation
- Personal Injury
- Insurance Claims
- Gov & Administrative Law
- Free Consultation
- Contingent Fees
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
- Assistant County Attorney
- Baltimore County Office of Law
- Maryland Workers Compensation Attorney
- Cohen & Dwin P.A.
- Maryland workers compensation attorney
- University of Baltimore School of Law
- Villa Julie College
- B.S. (2007) | Paralegal Studies
- Honors: Leaving a Legacy behind- Villager News, Leadership Society, Magna Cum Laude,
- Maryland Association for Justice
- Baltimore County Bar Association
- Maryland Bar Association
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73 Questions Answered
- Q. Can they take all my sick and then vacation time for appts
- A: To answer your question, they can because they did. The solution is seeking out representation by a qualified attorney who will argue on your behalf. Because they used time that you earned you are entitled to seek payments from the workers compensation insurer. While you may not recover a complete "pay back" you could quite possibly get a good portion of that time back. If you have an attorney have he or she work on this. If you don't have an attorney then you should contact one. This answer is provided for informational purposes only and should not be considered legal advise. Each and every case is different in numerous ways and for legal advise a verbal consultation is needed.
- Q. Is there anything I can do about not getting any training from work if got injured and had to have surgery
- A: Yes. Under workers compensation laws of Maryland you very likely would qualify for vocational rehabilitation. If it has not been offered to you an attorney can help get this approved. You would receive payments from workers comp while looking for a job with the assistance of a voc counselor. Workers comp attorneys do not charge a fee unless money is recovered. Seek out a consultation. Good Luck! This information is not legal advice nor does it establish an attorney to client relationship. To retain an attorney an in person interview must be conducted and a retainer agreement must be signed.
- Q. Hi. I am a correctional officer and have been for 13 years. Fell at work and broke two fingers my index,and middle finge
- A: You should consult a workers comp attorney in person as there is a lot of information that is needed to properly advise. Depending on the injuries you may be entitled to permanency money, vocational rehabilitation, and more. Good luck! This information is not legal advice nor does it establish an attorney to client relationship. To retain an attorney an in person interview must be conducted and a retainer agreement must be signed.
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