Questions and Answers

Job Injuries: WCC

Real life examples:

* A recent immigrant Sergey, is currently employed in a jewelry repair
shop, where he accidentally hurt himself with one of his tools. 
* Pizza delivery guy Andrey, was assaulted during one of his night shifts.
The burglars took away all the cash and physically harmed Andrey. 
* A store worker Olga, was in the process of lifting a heavy box. As a
result, she could not longer stand up straight due to all the back pain
that she was experiencing. 

What do these people have in common?

All of the three above-mentioned individuals received a different type of
injury in a working environment. According to Maryland State Law, they can
legally request Worker's Compensation Benefit. For such purpose, each
employer must have a specific insurance which covers work damages, even if
the victim was not responsible for his or her injury.


Let your lawyer fill out a special form for the government. Keep in mind
the following:

* You have a legal right to full coverage of medical assistance in regards
to that specific injury (including doctor visits, hospitals and medicine)
* If you do not have a medical insurance at the time, you have a legal
right for a medical compensation of your lost salary and compensation for
the remaining pain and other troubles associated with the injury
* If your employer does not have coverage, the government has a special
fund which will be used in providing you with necessary coverage

Frequently Asked Questions in regards to automobile accidents:

* Who will pay my medical bills?
* Who will repair my car?
* What happens if the other party does not have insurance?
* Can I rent a car? Who will pay for my rental?
* Will my credit history be affected by my medical bills?
* What happens to me if I become disabled after the accident?

Frequently Asked Questions in regards to work injury:

* Which injuries are covered by the employer?
* For how long can I receive special financial benefits due to my
unemployment after the injury?
* What should I do if I cannot perform my usual work duties after the
* How much money can I account receive while I am unemployed?
* If my injury is not entirely my fault, can I still be eligible for
financial compensation at work?
* If I cannot come back to my old employer due to my injury, do I have a
right to request help in finding a new job? Will I still get paid?
* Are there any serious law changes in regards to work injuries?
* Where can I obtain more information about my rights?
* How can I maximize my benefits in the cases of injury?

All of your questions can be correctly answered depending on your
individual case. All you have to do is call Law Offices of Alex Poberesky
at (410) 484-0400 for immediate assistance. Mr. Poberesky has a lot of
experience in dealing with automobile accidents, work injury cases, and
many more. His office will momentarily contact your insurance company and
provide them with everything they need about your recent accident.
Remember, he will always know how to defend your rights and maximize your
chances of coming out a winner!