Attorneys For Maryland Workers' Compensation Claims

Workers' compensation insurance companies in Maryland aggressively defend claims filed by employees against their employers. It is not unusual for the insurance company to deny benefits that a claimant is actually legally entitled to receive. Our attorneys take great pride in helping work injury victims obtain the benefits they deserve. We regularly appear before the Maryland Workers' Compensation Commission to advocate for our clients and secure payment of their benefits.

Whether you are filing an initial claim for a workplace injury or have had your Maryland workers' compensation claim denied, you have Wilson & Parlett on your side. We are a team of experienced attorneys and have helped thousands of people recover the full compensation and workers' compensation benefits that they are entitled to.

If your job injury resulted in a permanent disability, you may also be entitled to receive Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits. We will explain the process and coordinate your disability claim with your workers' compensation case to ensure that you are able to maximize the benefits available to you.

Will You Pay More In Legal Fees Than Your Claim Is Worth? Never.

The legal fees charged to a workers' compensation client are actually set in accordance with the law of each jurisdiction. In Maryland, the attorney is paid on a "contingency basis," which means that we only get paid a percentage of the disputed monies that we are able to recover on your behalf.

Third-Party Injury Claims

In Maryland, workers' compensation benefits are often the exclusive remedy that you are able to pursue against your employer for the injuries that you have suffered while on the job. However, if somebody other than your direct employer caused your on-the-job injury, you may be entitled to sue the party responsible for causing your damages. This may include negligent parties such as the property owner of a construction site, the manufacturer of defective equipment, or even a co-worker or subcontractor working on-site. During your free consultation, we will discuss your options for pursuing a third-party claim to recover the full and fair money damages that you are entitled to.

It Will Cost You Nothing To Talk To Us — And Nothing If You Don't Win

If you feel you have a valid claim for Maryland workers' compensation based on a workplace injury, call us at 301-952-1311or toll free at 877-727-5388 or send an email to request a return phone call from our office.