Construction Accident

What to Do After a Construction Accident After a Maryland construction accident, you can take steps to protect your well-being and your right to claim money for your losses. Depending on the circumstances of the incident, you could have a workers’ compensation claim, personal injury claim, or both. Follow these tips from the attorneys at…

Tips for Returning to Work After an Injury

It’s easy for there to be some confusion on how and when you should return to work after a workplace injury. You may also feel stress or anxiety at the prospect of returning before you are ready. At Trollinger Law LLC, we understand your apprehension. Getting back into the swing of things is never easy,…

What Should You Do If You Get Injured at Work?

Workplace accidents are incredibly common. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), 2.8 million non-fatal injury accidents were reported by private industry employers in a recent year. Unfortunately, workers often don’t know what to do if they’ve been hurt on the job. Do I report my injury? Who do I go to for treatment?…

Maryland Workers' Compensation Questions and Answers - Trollinger Law

Most Maryland employees can apply for workers’ compensation if they suffer an injury or develop a job-related disease. But obtaining these benefits can be a challenge. Even though workers’ compensation should be provided to all qualifying employees under the law, insurance companies are often reluctant to make fair payouts. Need to file with a Maryland…

COVID-19 at Work

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has had an unprecedented impact on the way we work. Some Americans have been fortunate enough to work from home during this unsettling time. Others have lost their jobs. Then there is the segment of the workforce who are deemed “essential” workers. These are the people who are employed at businesses…

Matt Trollinger

Attorney Matt Trollinger was recently a featured speaker at the Maryland Workers’ Compensation Educational Association (MWCEA) annual conference in Ocean City. The conference brings together stakeholders in all aspects of the workers’ compensation system, including injured workers’ attorneys, employers’ lawyers, insurance adjusters, employers, employees, program administrators, and medical and rehabilitation specialists. Trollinger, a Waldorf workers’…

Fighting for the Injured in Anne Arundel County

Matt Trollinger and Trollinger Law LLC fight for the rights of injured workers and car accident victims throughout Maryland. Here are some highlights from our recent work in Anne Arundel County. Trollinger Law LLC Continues to Help Injured Police Officers in Maryland Trollinger Law LLC fights for police officers in different departments throughout Maryland. In…

Trollinger Law LLC Fights for Maryland Correctional Officers

On Tuesday, February 13th, attorney Matt Trollinger of Trollinger Law LLC, joined plaintiffs attorneys across the state that to lobby on behalf of Maryland correctional officers’. Trollinger was part of a team that requested enhanced benefits under Maryland workers’ compensation law. The attorneys organized through the Maryland Association for Justice (MAJ) to provide support and…

Trollinger Featured Panelist at Maryland Workers' Compensation Conference

Trollinger a featured panelist for 2017 Workers’ Compensation Conference Every year, the Maryland workers’ compensation community comes out to Ocean City to learn about trends in the law, working together and to hear from our Maryland Commissioners about how to make our workers’ compensation system better. Insurance adjusters, defense attorneys, injured worker attorneys, doctors, and…

Opioids and Chronic Injuries in Maryland

Improper use of Opioids and Heroin are a growing problem in the United States. Maryland’s Governor Larry Hogan believes it has reached a point of extreme crisis, recently declaring a state of emergency in Maryland, to start to fight against the use of Heroin and Opioid abuse throughout the state. On Wednesday, June 7, 2017,…