Getting Workers Safely Back to Work in the COVID Era

By Cohen & Dwin, P.A. on January 19, 2021 In COVID

Dare we even think of life post-COVID, especially in the workplace? Our lives have been turned upside down by the coronavirus. With two additional variants being tracked, we’re likely to experience further disruptions. At the same time, vaccines are becoming… read more

Lack of Sleep Caused by Pandemic Increases Injury Risk

By Cohen & Dwin, P.A. on July 14, 2020 In COVID

Getting too little sleep can wreak all sorts of havoc on a person’s life. From making it difficult to think clearly, to impacting mood, to damaging health, sleep deprivation causes many negative impacts. When people are sleepy, it can even… read more

Maryland Workers Comp: Electric Shock

By Andrew Rodabaugh on December 2, 2019 In Workers' Compensation

Without any warning, an electric shock injury can derail your life course. Our Maryland workers’ compensation attorneys at Cohen & Dwin know the devastation that these injuries can have for you and your family. We can help you pick up… read more

Workplace Deaths

By Ioana David on January 23, 2019 In Workers' Compensation

For all the advances we’ve made in technologies and techniques for protecting workers, workplace deaths remain a significant fact of life. Every day, 13 people go to work and never come home, killed in a workplace accident. Although overall workplace… read more

Workplace Accidents and Teens

By Harold Dwin on January 23, 2019 In Workers' Compensation

In summer, many of our kids are out looking for work so they can get a car, fill the tank, and go out with their friends or girlfriend/boyfriend. As much as we would like to keep our children under our… read more

While Maryland employers are required to maintain Workers’ Compensation insurance, not all workers who are injured on the job in Maryland are eligible to seek benefits through a Workers’ Comp claim. If you or a loved one suffered a work-related injury, the… read more

National Safety Stand-Down Week

By Harold Dwin on January 23, 2019 In Workers' Compensation

Did you know that, among workplace injuries, falls from heights are the most fatal? According to OSHA, this single issue is responsible for over 35 percent of all fatal workplace accidents, though not all employers fully educate workers about their risks…. read more

Maryland Workers Comp: Paralysis

By Matthew Farr on August 29, 2018 In Workers' Compensation

No worker plans on being injured on the job, but when your work injury causes full or partial paralysis, your life changes forever. At Cohen & Dwin, our workers’ compensation lawyers understand the hardship that comes with paraplegia or quadriplegia. Your work… read more

Maryland Workers Comp: Broken Bones

By Andrew Rodabaugh on August 29, 2018 In Workers' Compensation

Despite safety precautions, many workers are injured on the job. Among the most common types of workplace injuries are broken bones. Anything from a fall from scaffolding to getting crushed in machinery can result in broken bones for a worker. In Baltimore,… read more

Workplace accidents often result in serious injury. Some on-the-job accidents may also lead to death. Knowing your rights, such as options for workers’ compensation and personal injury lawsuits, is necessary when you are injured on the job – and our… read more