Real Help For Your Workers' Compensation Claim

Suffering an occupational illness or workplace injury often means an employee is unable to do his or her job in Maryland, incurs medical costs and loses income. Most workers know that the workers' compensation system is set up to cover lost wages and medical bills for on-the-job injuries. Unfortunately, injured workers may find obtaining these benefits more difficult than they would expect.

Understanding Your Legal Options After A Workplace Accident

The legal team at Greenblatt & Veliev, LLC, has 40 years of combined experience helping injured people obtain compensation. We have helped hundreds of workers with their workers' compensation benefits during that time.

Our lawyers work to ensure our clients receive all the compensation they deserve. Workers' compensation law prohibits you from suing your own employer for a workplace injury. If you were injured by a worker who was not employed by your company, you may be able to pursue claims against other entities after an injury with what is called a third-party claim.

Our experienced lawyers know how to fully investigate all potential sources of compensation to obtain the full and fair compensation our clients need to recover their physical health and their financial stability.

The range of possible industrial or construction site accidents is vast, including:

  • Slip-and-fall accidents related to hazardous conditions or carelessly placed materials
  • Falls from ladders, scaffolding or heights
  • Impact from falling objects at a construction site
  • Forklift accidents and other vehicle or heavy equipment accidents
  • Product liability claims involving defective machinery or tools

Experienced Legal Help For Your On-The-Job Injury

Workers' compensation claims are governed by strict statutory rules and the convoluted language of insurance contracts. It is easy to make a mistake in this process and put your claim at risk.

It is very important that every on-the-job injury should be reported to your employer as soon as possible, and that every aspect of your claim be well-documented. It is common for employers and insurers to dispute whether your injury is work related, often by pointing to delays by the worker in reporting the incident. Don't let this happen to you.

Contact Us Today

Report your injury, seek medical care and call our workers' compensation lawyers at 301-251-8776 or send us a message online to arrange a confidential consultation. We can assist you with the process and help you to protect your rights.