Injured at Work? Contact Maryland Attorney to Discuss Workers' Comp Benefits
If you have a legitimate workers' compensation claim in Maryland, you may be entitled to receive benefits including medical bills paid, retraining if the accident leaves you unable to do your previous job, and a portion of the weekly wages that you presumably could have been earning if not for your injury. If the accident results in a permanent disability, you may be eligible for additional compensation.
- Bone fracture
- Back injury
- Head injury
- Loss of an eye or loss of vision
- Lost hearing
- Repetitive stress injury
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Mental stress
Learn how to file a timely, accurate workers' compensation claim that is likely to result in your receiving all benefits to which you are entitled based on the following classifications:
- Temporary total disability
- Temporary partial disability
- Permanent total disability
- Permanent partial disability
- Medical and hospitalization benefits
- Wage reimbursement
- Vocational rehabilitation
- Death and funeral benefits if your loved one died as a result of an on-the-job injury
Attorney Marc Schifanelli is a retired army officer who understands the importance of work and employment to a person, no matter what his or her background. Mr. Schifanelli brings to his law practice the values that have mattered in his military career and in life: Integrity. Dedication. Competence. You can expect honest answers and efficient use of your time if Mr. Schifanelli represents you in a workers' compensation claim in Maryland.
¿Habla español? Bienvenido. Contact Schifanelli & Associates, LLC concerning workers' compensation (once known as "workman's compensation") benefits. We offer free initial consultations. You will owe no attorney fees* until and unless we succeed in helping you obtain compensation for your medical expenses and wage replacement.
*Clients may be responsible for some costs and expenses