"No Win, No Fee" Workers' Compensation Lawyer

The physical pain, financial stress, and emotional burden can be overwhelming after a workplace accident. Pursuing workers’ compensation benefits for job injuries can help offset your expenses while you recover. However, the workers’ compensation process is complex, and you may need clarification about what to do and where to go for help. An experienced work…

comp claim

Medical records are an essential component of every workers’ compensation case. However, questions often arise about the types of medical records employers and insurers have the right to request when processing a claim. You do not want your employer or their insurance company to have access to your entire medical history, and you might worry…

Workers’ Comp Settlement

Expenses can pile up quickly after a job injury. In addition to your medical bills, you may worry about lost wages, reduced future earnings, and any long-term disabilities you develop. Naturally, you want to secure maximum compensation in a workers’ compensation settlement. But how much of your award do you get to keep? Other parties,…

independent medical examination

One of the most important steps in a Maryland workers’ compensation claim is the independent medical examination (IME). During the IME, a doctor will examine you and your medical records to confirm your injuries and their cause. Because workers’ compensation benefits are only available to those who have sustained an injury at work or while…

What Not to Say to Your Workers’ Comp Doctor

Maryland workers’ compensation law allows injured employees to choose their doctor for treatment after a job injury. The employer’s insurance company must honor the worker’s choice and pay the cost of covered medical expenses stemming from the accidental injury. But getting paid is not always that simple. While the insurer must accept the worker’s choice…

Most Maryland employees are entitled to workers’ compensation benefits if they suffer a job injury. However, applying for benefits is a multi-step process that can be difficult to navigate alone. Even a small error could cause your workers’ compensation claim to be delayed or denied, placing you in a precarious financial position when you need…

Can I File for Workers’ Compensation for Stress

Stress is an unfortunate but common problem among Maryland workers. Long hours, overwork, intense pressure from management, and other factors can take a significant psychological and physical toll on employees. But can you file a workers’ compensation claim for stress? Keep reading to learn more from the Maryland workers’ compensation lawyers at Trollinger Law LLC….

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,…

Important Facts About Workers’ Comp in Maryland

After a job injury, Maryland workers’ compensation laws allow qualifying employees to receive benefits to prevent financial hardships while they heal. However, obtaining these benefits is not always simple. Many people find their claims denied at first. But do not fear — you’ve still got options if you’ve been denied. Scroll down to read the…

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…