Maryland Workplace Injury Lawyer
Attorneys at Rowe Weinstein & Sohn, PLLC help injured workers throughout Maryland, the District of Colombia and Northern Virginia. We are experienced workers’ compensation attorneys who understand how the pain and stress of a work injury can feel overwhelming. We do everything possible within the scope of the law to help you get the workers’ compensation benefits you depend on.
Our clients have been injured in construction accidents, as well as accidents in factories, industrial plants and warehouses. We handle many aspects of workers’ compensation law and are highly prepared to answer any questions you may have. Unlike many workers’ compensation law firms, we choose our cases selectively so that our clients receive personal attention from the lawyers they hired.
If You Have Been Injured on the Job
If you have been injured at work, it is important to notify your employer of the injury. Under the law, you have only a limited amount of time to do this. If you fail to notify your employer, you could lose important benefits. Getting the proper health care is also important. We urge our clients to get the care they need as soon as possible.
Talking with a lawyer is also an important way to protect your interests after a work injury. An attorney can help you file documents correctly, keeping your claim on track. Your lawyer can also handle matters if you are denied compensation or have other legal problems.
Workplace injuries are not always strictly workers’ compensation matters. Sometimes, it may be possible to file a personal injury lawsuit as well. This can happen when dangerous or defective equipment caused your injury. It can also happen when a third party such as a subcontractor or vendor acts negligently and causes the injury.
At Rowe Weinstein & Sohn, PLLC, we hold these negligent actors accountable for the harm they cause by filing personal injury lawsuits in Maryland courts. Our legal team uses extensive resources to achieve the best possible results. We start with a thorough investigation, then build your case using proven legal strategies.