We help people like you.

Who We Help 2017-10-03T15:38:02+00:00

people
like you

We represent all personal injury victims in the State of Maryland.

What we offer

  • Free consultation
  • No upfront costs
    • Our fee is contingent on you getting compensated
    • Costs you nothing to find out what rights you have:
      • ⅔ of wage
      • choice of doctor
      • lifetime medical
      • compensation for permanent problems after treatment ended
  • We’ll be by your side throughout the journey

What you should do

  • Report immediately to supervisor.
  • Seek medical treatment .
  • File a claim with the Maryland Workers’ Compensation Commission.

police
officers

As a police officer, you are afforded special protections under Maryland Workers’ Compensation law.

What we offer

  • Deep knowledge in the field
    • If you get injured on the job, you are entitled to enhanced benefits. It’s important to be represented by an attorney who is experienced in the nuances of representing police officers. We’ve spoken to Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) Lodges throughout Maryland educating police officers about their rights when you are injured on the job.

What you should do

  • Few workers in our country face more dangers than police officers and it’s crucial that if you are injured, you file a claim with the Maryland Workers’ Compensation Commission. Reporting an injury to your agency is NOT filing a workers’ compensation claim.  Your future medical rights are NOT protected merely by reporting a work injury to your agency.

union
members

You need someone
that speaks the union language.

What we offer

  • You have a good job with good benefits because of your union contract or memorandum of understanding. Many times, union contracts contain specific provisions that impact you workers’ compensation claim.  
  • I’ve been fighting for the rights of union members for 17 years. I grew up listening to stories from my grandfather who led a walkout at a Union Carbide in West Virginia to ensure he and his co-workers had the right to collectively bargain. Since then, I have organized health care workers in WV and OH and worked for the AFL-CIO and Service Employees International Union in Maryland and Pennsylvania.  I’m proud to have been raised in a union family and even more proud to protect union members today.

What you should do

Choose an attorney who understands unions.

  • We’ve spoken to union members all over Maryland to make sure they know their rights when injured on the job, including the Fraternal Order of Police, International Association of Firefighters, SLEOLOA, Teamsters, AFSCME, Laborer’s, UNITE HERE, Machinist’s, Plumbers and Steamfitters, Amalgamated Transit Union, Baltimore Building Trades Council, Metropolitan Baltimore Council AFL-CIO and the Western MD AFL-CIO.