Category Archives: Maintenance Worker Injury
What Maintenance Workers Need To File A Maryland Workers’ Comp Claim
Maintenance workers function in a physically demanding environment as they handle upkeep and repairs on plumbing, HVAC, electrical, security, and other building systems. Injuries are common, at times so severe that you require medical care and cannot work. With some cases of workplace injuries, an employee will have no trouble getting workers’ compensation injuries…. Read More »
Why Are Maryland Maintenance Workers At High Risk Of Amputation?
Amputations are fortunately a rare form of workplace injuries for Maryland maintenance workers, accounting for just over 6,700 per year according to nationwide data compiled by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Of course, the fact that they are uncommon does not make the implications any less tragic for employees who suffer amputation… Read More »
Safety Tips For Maryland Maintenance Workers Can Reduce Accidents
Maryland maintenance workers function in a highly dangerous environment, as the workplace is constantly in flux and employees are surrounded by hazardous tools, machinery, and building systems. It is not surprising that accidents are common, so it is reassuring to know that the Maryland workers’ compensation system pays benefits to qualifying maintenance workers. You… Read More »