Workers’ Compensation Attorneys Assisting Those With Workplace Injuries
Suffering a workplace injury can leave you seriously hurt and out of work, unable to care for yourself or your family. It is important to know that workers’ compensation law protects injured workers so that they can recover the financial support they need after accidents. At Law Offices of P.A. Hotchkiss & Associates, we are experienced in the investigation and pursuit of compensation for clients injured in workplace accidents. When you or your family suffers, we are a trusted firm on which you can depend to get the representation and results you need.
Do I Have A Workers’ Compensation Claim?
Employees who are injured while performing work duties are entitled to collect workers’ compensation. We are experienced in many different work-related claims, such as those involving farming and factory accidents, delivery driver accidents, construction site accidents and other serious injuries, including wrongful death. We are experienced in the investigation of accidents and can help injured workers and their families maximize compensation to which they are entitled.
We have provided representation for work-related injury claims involving:
- Burns and electrocution
- Broken bones
- Spinal cord injuries/paralysis
- Head and neck injuries
- Hand injuries
- Wrongful death
What If My Claim Was Denied?
Even if your claim has already been denied or you feel that you did not recover the full amount to which you are entitled, we can help. We can guide you in the right direction to get the medical attention that your case deserves. We will also help you collect lost wages and pursue any third-party negligence claims where applicable. At every stage, you can trust that our law firm will focus on your rights and achieve optimal results in your case.
For more information regarding Maryland’s workers’ compensation laws, contact our firm by calling 301-932-7700 to arrange a free half-hour consultation with a lawyer.
We help people who need legal serves in Charles, St. Mary’s, Prince Frederick, and Prince George counties as well as the rest of Maryland.