Types of Workplace Injuries
The Maryland law firm of Cohen & Dwin has helped hundreds of families get back on their feet after an unexpected work injury. We have built a strong reputation as a trusted legal resource for people who need expert Workers' Compensation guidance. Our workers' compensation attorneys in Baltimore know how the system works, and we are highly adept at fighting claim rejections. When you contact Cohen & Dwin to represent your claim, we will do everything in our power to get your family the full amount of benefits allowed by law.
The Baltimore workers' compensation lawyers at Cohen & Dwin have helped workers with all types of workplace injuries, from those with temporary disability to those with long-term illnesses or injuries. It is our job to look at how the injury is affecting you now, and how it might affect you and your family down the road. Here is a partial list of the types of workplace injuries that may qualify you for temporary or extended workers' compensation benefits.
There are many causes of construction accidents that can lead to workplace injuries such as:
- Brain/head injuries
- Neck and shoulder injuries
- Hand injuries/carpal tunnel
- Back and spine injuries
- Chemical, heat, or electrical burns
- Nerve injuries
- Loss of sight or hearing
- Broken bones and other orthopedic injures
- Asbestos exposure
- Knee or ankle injuries
- Construction site falls
- Emotional/psychiatric trauma
Whether you or a loved one is suffering from a spontaneous injury or a gradually developing condition, we are here to help improve your quality of life. The caring, attentive Maryland personal injury lawyers at Cohen & Dwin combine crucial resources and creative legal strategy to help each workers' compensation client get the monetary rewards they deserve.
For valuable information on your rights and how best to approach workers' compensation claims or appeals, please contact the experienced Baltimore workers' compensation attorneys at Cohen & Dwin, P.A. Our Maryland personal injury attorneys are here to help clients see fast solutions, and we never charge a fee for our consultations. We look forward to helping your family recover physically and financially.