Work Related Injuries
Baltimore Workers’ Compensation Attorneys
Almost all Maryland employers are required to have workers’ compensation insurance to cover employees who are injured on the job. An employee is eligible for compensation when they sustain an injury arising out of and in the course of their employment. Injuries include diseases that the employee develops due to job conditions as well as injuries caused by a third party. Benefits available in a workers’ compensation claim can include medical expenses, partial payment of loss wages, and, in the case of death, funeral expenses. Additional compensation is also available if the sustained injuries are severe and permanent in nature.
If you or a loved one has been injured on the job in Maryland, SG Legal Group can help. We understand how daunting the recovery process can seem. Let us deal with the insurance companies while you worry about recovering from your injury. We have significant experience handling workers’ compensation cases and have proven results. Call 410-344-7100 for a free case consultation with an attorney. You pay no attorney’s fee unless we win your case.
Our Workers’ Compensation Attorneys are Available 24/7
An experienced lawyer will speak with you over the phone or meet with you in person to obtain all pertinent details regarding your workers’ compensation case. We will review all related documentation you may have, ranging from hospital discharge paperwork to out of work slips to documentation from your employer. After a full case review has been completed, if you decide to retain us to represent you, we will then become your representative to deal with the insurance company and your employer. We will work diligently to obtain a favorable outcome.
How Much Does a Workers’ Compensation Attorney Cost?
At SG Legal Group we handle all workers’ compensation cases on a contingency fee basis. This means that we do not charge you anything, until, and if, we recover compensation on your behalf. If we are successful, our fee is a percentage of the recovery we secure. This percentage is set by the State of Maryland and does not exceed 20%.