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We Take Your Head And Neck Injuries Seriously

Head and neck injuries are some of the most severe you can suffer and some of the easiest injuries to get. From slip-and-falls to falling debris on a construction site, incidents causing an on-the-job head or neck injury can lead to serious life-long complications.

The workers’ compensation attorneys at Maronick Law LLC have decades of experience successfully advocating for our clients and getting them the compensation they need to move forward with their lives. With offices in Glen Burnie, Baltimore and throughout Maryland, we fight for our clients around the state.

If you are suffering from a head and neck injury from an accident or repeated use at work, contact us today to schedule a free consultation at 410-881-4022.

Head And Neck Injuries Can Impact Your Ability To Live And Work

Head and neck injuries range from traumatic brain injuries to pinched nerves, neck fractures and cervical injuries. The damage may not even be visible in the case of traumatic brain injuries. Aside from the permanent pain and medical treatments, you may be unable to work and are looking at additional medical expenses in the future. Maryland worker’s compensation laws allow head and neck injury victims to recover for their lost wages and expenses.

Not all injuries are covered by workers’ compensation, even if the injury happened on the job. In Maryland, for an injury to be covered, the harm suffered by the employee must have been caused by an “accidental personal injury arising out of and in the course of employment.” While this sounds like confusing jargon, it is a crucial distinction to determine your eligibility for workers’ compensation benefits.

Another factor required to obtain workers’ compensation benefits is a genuine employee-employer relationship. For example, some businesses hire only independent contractors, and some don’t have employees. Workers in these categories may elect for worker’s compensation insurance.

We Will Fight For Your Workers’ Compensation Benefits

Depending on the severity of your injury, you may be out of work for weeks or months or even face a permanent disability. If your head or neck injury happened while at work, you may have a workers’ compensation claim.

We will fight for your best interests so that you can focus on healing. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation at 410-881-4022 or using the online form.

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