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After a serious workplace accident, you and your family may be faced with a variety of medical, financial or legal challenges. Your medical condition will suggest whether you will be able to return to work, or whether you may need to make a claim for lost wages. The facts of your workplace accident will determine whether there is one or multiple parties at fault. You will need help with coordinating and maximizing your compensation from any and all sources so you can pay for your physical therapy, surgery or other medical bills. You may need help to with recovery of lost wages or payment of bills, and there maybe your pain and suffering that needs to be acknowledged by the company. An experienced attorney can focus on these goals while you focus on your health.

You will need an attorney well equipped to handle any facet of your work-related injury case, whether it will result in long-term disability or not. You will need a careful examination of all medical and financial factors that will affect your future or that of your injured loved one is crucial. If you have suffered an injury in a construction accident or other on-the-job accident, you "face a many questions".

  • Do you have access to high-quality medical care and treatment?
  • Are you eligible for workers' compensation? Are there other possible sources of compensation for your injuries and other losses?
  • Will you be eligible for Social Security disability insurance benefits if your injury will have a long-term impact on your life?
  • Need help understanding how the FMLA and ADA statutory rights impact upon your workers compensation right?

You will need and experienced attorney that can handle every aspect of your case, from your third party liability claim to your workers' compensation case and Social Security disability case.

Call today 301-963-6554, for our complimentary consultation to determine what type of compensation is available to you an your family.


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Law Offices of Eugene I Kane Jr, represents businesses, employees and employers in Baltimore, Bethesda, Frederick, Germantown, Ocean City, Washington D.C., Baltimore City County, Baltimore County, Frederick County, Howard County, Montgomery County, and Prince George's County. We represent clients on the Eastern Shore, Hagerstown-Cumberland, and the Maryland Suburbs of Washington D.C.