Maryland state workers' compensation laws are designed to protect people who are injured, disabled, or even killed on the job.  According to the Maryland Workers' Compensation Commission, however, not all injuries are covered by the Workers' Compensation Law even if the injury happened "on the job." In Maryland, in order 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." Those words from the Maryland statute are VERY important. Just because a person is hurt "while working," "on the job" or "at work" may not be enough for the insurance to apply. Additionally, if you can prove that you have an occupational disease you may be entitled to Workers' Compensation benefits. See "All About Workers' Compensation" on the State of Maryland website.

Since 2017, AJ Serafini has worked with Arthur Schneider to head up the Workers' Compensation division for The Poole Law Group.  He can access your claim, then guide you through the often tedious and always complex workers' compensation benefits available. AJ and his staff will work to get you the best compensation under the law.