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Maryland Denied Workers’ Compensation Claim

From our main office in Glen Burnie, MD and our satellite offices, the Maryland workers’ compensation lawyers of the Law Offices of Steinhardt, Siskind and Lieberman, LLC represent clients throughout the state of Maryland who are dealing with insurance companies because of workplace injuries and workers’ compensation claims.

Insurance Companies Use Tactics To Avoid Paying Compensation

Since the main goal of insurance companies, like most businesses, is to make profits, insurers often use certain tactics to avoid paying workers’ comp benefits to workers who suffered injury on the job in Pasadena or anywhere in Maryland. For example, insurance companies may claim that an accident did not occur during the course of employment. Only workers who were injured or suffered an occupational disease while at the workplace during the course of their employment can recover benefits. Whether or not an injury is a qualified workplace injury can be unclear.

Insurers may also attempt to devalue a rightful claim by insisting injuries were not as extensive or permanent as they actually are, or that some services, such as medical treatment, were not necessary. Before speaking to any insurance adjuster or filling out any forms, it is important to contact our office to evaluate your claim and protect you from unsavory insurance tactics.

Protect Your Rights And Benefits

At the Law Offices of Steinhardt, Siskind and Lieberman, LLC, our Maryland workers’ compensation claim lawyers have the knowledge and over 70 years of combined legal experience to help injured workers deal with difficult insurance companies. We know the workers’ compensation laws that protect you, and can help you fight for your rights even if an insurer denied your claim. Our services include:

  • Meeting with you and your family to explain your case.
  • File your claim
  • Contacting and negotiating with insurance companies
  • Updating your medical treatment and records
  • Representing you before the Workers Compensation Commission

Often, when insurance companies know that you are represented by a competent workers’ comp attorney they are more likely to resolve your case in a fair and reasonable matter.

Serving Injured Individuals And Families Throughout Maryland

Law Offices of Steinhardt, Siskind and Lieberman, LLC represents Maryland individuals and families on Social Security disability, long-term disability, personal injury, wrongful death, medical malpractice, and workers’ compensation claims. There are no attorney fees or legal expenses unless we win your case. Call 1-886-902-4111 today or contact us online for a free initial consultation with one of our Annapolis work accident lawyers at our main offices in Glen Burnie, and satellite offices in Owings Mills, Ellicott City, or Annapolis.

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