Following an on-the-job injury, you may be entitled to workers compensation benefits, which are used to cover costs like medical bills and household expenses stemming from the time you’ve missed at work. In order to assist you with recovering the maximum compensation, it is imperative that your injuries are well documented.
Depending on the nature of the case, a workers compensation claim could include the following benefits:
- Payment of medical expenses.
- Wages and other income for the time period where you are not working.
- Authorization for required medical treatment.
- If you have sustained a permanent injury, continuing disability benefits.
- Job retraining to re-enter the workforce, if necessary.
Don’t be persuaded by your employer’s insurance company trying to tell you that hiring your own lawyer will be expensive and unnecessary. The lawyers for the insurance company do not work for you! They work for the insurance company only and have one goal in mind: reduce or reject your claim by any means necessary. Let the legal team at Cohen|Harris be the voice you need to ensure that you maximize your settlement.
Our worker’s compensation lawyers are here to help you at every step of the way with your case. From getting your wage replacements benefits started to courtroom litigation, the legal team at Cohen|Harris is here to advocate for you. Our team is experienced with Maryland’s worker’s compensation laws and we’re able to answer any questions you might have about your rights. Our worker’s compensation team could be the key to you fair compensation. Contact Cohen|Harris today for a free case evaluation! Call us: 888-585-7979