Worker's Compensation - Injured at Work

An employee who sustains an accidental injury arising out of his or her employment is entitled to worker's compensation benefits.  

"Arising out of" employment means that the injury results from some incident of employment. That is to say, if the injury occurs during works hours, at a place where the employee is expected at that time, and results from an activity reasonably related to the work, then it arises out of that work. 

If there is evidence that the injury is related to something other than an accident occurring during work activities e.g. a drug interaction or heart attack, than an aggressive Baltimore personal injury lawyer will need to examine the cause of the injury for evidence of the negligence or culpability of a third party for a potential recovery. 

 
 

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