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Do I Have To Pay Any Of My Medical Bills For A Work-Related Injury In Maryland?

No. The employer, and/or their insurance company are responsible for these costs.

 

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No. If you're hurt at work, your medical expenses are the responsibility of your employer or their insurance company. That's a lifetime benefit, so long as there is medical evidence, as ratified by the Workers' Compensation Commission, that you're experiencing a health condition that's related to a workers' compensation event. Even if that event is remote, you're entitled to have that insurance company or that employer pay for your medical treatment, in theory, for the rest of your life.

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Eric T Kirk
Attorney

After graduating with honors from Albany Law School in New York, Eric Kirk has spent most of his 25 year legal career battling insurance companies to secure fair and just compensation for his clients in Maryland, New York, and Florida.

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