Hurt on the Job? Contact an Annapolis Lawyer
If you have been injured at work in Maryland and you want to ensure that you receive all compensation that you are entitled to, contact Schifanelli & Associates, LLC to schedule a free initial consultation as soon as possible after your accident.
- Construction site accident
- Trench collapse
- Slip and fall
- Motor vehicle accident (truck or forklift, for example)
- Assault on the job
If you are hospitalized or unable to leave home because of your back injury, head injury, knee injury, or fractured or broken bones, contact us by phone to discuss your case with a representative from our office.
Talk to an Attorney early About a Workers' Comp Claim and Possible Third-Party Liability Claims
It is important to speak with an attorney right away after you have suffered a neck, back, knee, shoulder, or other injury on the job. Otherwise, you may say or do things that can do harm to your workers' compensation claim. For example, you may fail to meet workers' comp claim deadlines or required procedures.
At Schifanelli & Associates, LLC, we have the experience and dedication necessary to help you present compelling arguments in favor of maximum compensation and benefits to which you may be entitled through workers' comp.
We also bring lawsuits on behalf of injured workers whose injuries were caused or worsened by negligence of a third party such as a delivery company, an equipment manufacturer or a subcontractor.
Seek Medical Treatment Early
Maryland workers' compensation lawyer Marc Schifanelli knows that sometimes pride or peer pressure by other employees can keep an injured person from seeking medical care. However, seeing a doctor as soon as possible is one of the ways that you can help yourself and protect your rights after a workplace injury.
Allow Mr. Schifanelli to explain how you can protect your job, protect your health and protect your right to workers' compensation benefits after a job-related injury.
¿Habla español? Bienvenido. Contact Schifanelli & Associates, LLC concerning your accidental injury or occupational disease and your right to compensation through workers' compensation or a third-party liability claim. We offer free initial consultations. You will owe no attorney fees* until and unless we succeed in helping you obtain benefits.
*Clients may be responsible for some costs and expenses.
This disclaimer is placed here pursuant to Maryland Lawyers' Rules of Professional Conduct Rule 7.2(e) (2003). If your clients are not responsible for any costs or expenses we can probably remove the disclaimer.