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  • Differences Between Workers' Compensation and FELA Claims
    Differences Between Workers' Compensation and FELA Claims

    If you have been involved in a work-related accident, you are likely to file a workers’ compensation claim through your employer. In limited instances, you may need to learn about the FELA, or Federal ...

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  • New Maryland Disclosing Sexual Harassment Act Takes Effect in 2018
    New Maryland Disclosing Sexual Harassment Act Takes Effect in 2018

    The #MeToo movement has helped create social awareness and shine a spotlight on the ongoing problem with sexual harassment in the workplace. In addition, it has forced employers to take a look at ...

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  • The Gray Area of Using Social Media to Investigate Workers' Compensation Claims
    The Gray Area of Using Social Media to Investigate Workers' Compensation Claims

    Workers’ compensation was implemented as a way in which men and women could receive monetary compensation for injuries that occurred during the course of employment without protracted litigation. When ...

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  • Injured During an Office Holiday Party?
    Injured During an Office Holiday Party?

    In December, many employers will throw holiday parties in an attempt to boost morale and support their staff going into the holiday season. These parties are usually meant as a thank you to the ...

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  • The Most Accident-Prone Professions in Maryland
    The Most Accident-Prone Professions in Maryland

    According to a recent study, Maryland has seen a decrease in the number of workplace injuries. It has been reported that in 2015 there were an estimated 65,000 injuries and illnesses in Maryland, ...

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  • Workers' Compensation and Occupational Diseases for State Correctional Officers
    Workers' Compensation and Occupational Diseases for State Correctional Officers

    Workers’ compensation is provided for employees as protection when the employee is injured while on the job. At the outset, employees would have to file claims against the employer to show that there ...

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