My Employer Has Denied My Claim, What Do I Do?

If you do not receive any benefits from your employer or their insurer, or are not receiving the benefits to which you believe you are entitled, you may request a hearing before the Workers` Compensation Commission. Your case will be decided by a Commissioner who, like a judge, listens to both sides of the case and determines what benefits, if any, you should receive. The Commissioner`s decision will be based on the law and facts involved in your particular case. Any party disagreeing with a decision of the Commission may file an appeal with the Circuit Court.

For more information, contact the Maryland Workers` Compensation Commission at the address or number below.

Maryland Workers` Compensation Commission
10 East Baltimore Street
Baltimore, MD 21202­1641
410­864­5100
1­800­492­0479

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