Workers’ Compensation Attorney in Glen Burnie
Defending the Greater Baltimore Metro Area
Has your employer denied you the compensation you are entitled to as their employee? You should know your rights and privileges if you have been injured on the job. If you need help figuring out the details of your worker’s compensation case, then Jack Schmerling, Attorney At Law is here for you.
You may have to file the following types of claims:
- Temporary Disability
- Permanent Disability
- Medical Hospitalization Benefits
Do you have any of the following questions? We have the answers.
- It’s not my fault, what can I do?
- How do I get income while I’m off recovering?
- Will I lose my job if I file a workers’ compensation claim?
I can determine what you qualify for!
Depending on your condition, you may qualify for different benefits. Temporary disability means that you are able to work, but not to your full capacity, or may recover from your injuries and are able to go back to your normal working environment within a specific amount of time. When you are permanently disabled, you are not able to work again, but you are still allotted compensation for the cost of living. In addition to disability benefits, medical benefits cover the cost of health expenses and may continue to be covered as needed.
Call Jack Schmerling, Attorney At Law, at (410) 787-0022 for a free consultation regarding your workers’ compensation case.