John T. Huskin, Jr.

Partner

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(443) 720-6935
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(443) 720-6934
Baltimore, MD
1200 Steuart Street
Unit 929
Baltimore
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MD
21230
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PRACTICE AREAS

Workers' Compensation

Employment Law and Labor Relations

Subrogation

Social Security

Admissions

Maryland

Pennsylvania

California

Education

California Western School of Law

J.D., 1990

Washington and Lee University

B.S., 1983

John T. Huskin, Jr. (“Jack”) brings over 20 years of experience to his practice in which he primarily focuses on workers’ compensation defense. He has represented hundreds of large corporations, insurance carriers, and self-insured companies located in Maryland and Pennsylvania. He also practices employment law with a concentration on unemployment compensation.

John T. Huskin, Jr. (“Jack”) brings over 20 years of experience to his practice in which he primarily focuses on workers’ compensation defense. He has represented hundreds of large corporations, insurance carriers, and self-insured companies located in Maryland and Pennsylvania. He also practices employment law with a concentration on unemployment compensation.

Jack understands the importance of regular communication with clients to provide status updates and risk exposure analysis at all stages of litigation. He is always responsive and available to his clients. Jack has saved his clients millions of dollars from the amounts sought in litigation by claimants and their counsel. Some of these representative matters include:  

•Representing dozens of SSDI claimants who would not otherwise have had representation, only losing one claim in 15 years.

•Resolving hundreds of claims, by settlement or winning, for a fraction of potential liability. Recently in Maryland, he won a worsening claim with a finding of no worsening with the use of surveillance evidence. A finding of no worsening is rare in Maryland.

•Saving his client hundreds of thousands of dollars on a Pennsylvania claim by a chiropractor who alleged he was totally disabled. Through the use of forensic accounting, he proved that the claimant was not entitled to further workers’ compensation benefits and obtained a several hundred-thousand-dollar credit against any future liability.

Prior to joining the firm, Jack was a partner with a mid-sized law firm in Baltimore, where he handled workers’ compensation and labor and employment matters.  

Jack is committed to giving back to the community as evidenced by his decade-long work with the Rotary Club of Baltimore in which he currently serves as president. For years, Jack has organized trips to the Dominican Republic through Rotary International for students from Temple Dental School and University of Maryland School of Dentistry to provide dental care to Dominican populations in need. Through Rotary, Jack also organizes food give-a-ways and other charitable activities in Baltimore with the club distributing over $100,000 per year from fundraising and its foundation.

Professional Associations

Maryland Bar Association

Pennsylvania Bar Association

John T. Huskin, Jr. (“Jack”) brings over 20 years of experience to his practice in which he primarily focuses on workers’ compensation defense. He has represented hundreds of large corporations, insurance carriers, and self-insured companies located in Maryland and Pennsylvania. He also practices employment law with a concentration on unemployment compensation.

Jack understands the importance of regular communication with clients to provide status updates and risk exposure analysis at all stages of litigation. He is always responsive and available to his clients. Jack has saved his clients millions of dollars from the amounts sought in litigation by claimants and their counsel. Some of these representative matters include:  

•Representing dozens of SSDI claimants who would not otherwise have had representation, only losing one claim in 15 years.

•Resolving hundreds of claims, by settlement or winning, for a fraction of potential liability. Recently in Maryland, he won a worsening claim with a finding of no worsening with the use of surveillance evidence. A finding of no worsening is rare in Maryland.

•Saving his client hundreds of thousands of dollars on a Pennsylvania claim by a chiropractor who alleged he was totally disabled. Through the use of forensic accounting, he proved that the claimant was not entitled to further workers’ compensation benefits and obtained a several hundred-thousand-dollar credit against any future liability.

Prior to joining the firm, Jack was a partner with a mid-sized law firm in Baltimore, where he handled workers’ compensation and labor and employment matters.  

Jack is committed to giving back to the community as evidenced by his decade-long work with the Rotary Club of Baltimore in which he currently serves as president. For years, Jack has organized trips to the Dominican Republic through Rotary International for students from Temple Dental School and University of Maryland School of Dentistry to provide dental care to Dominican populations in need. Through Rotary, Jack also organizes food give-a-ways and other charitable activities in Baltimore with the club distributing over $100,000 per year from fundraising and its foundation.

Professional Associations

Maryland Bar Association

Pennsylvania Bar Association

ATTORNEY'S Resources

Articles & Blogs
VIDEO: Current Hot Topics in Workers' Compensation in Washington, D.C., Maryland & Virginia
VIDEO: Current Hot Topics in Workers' Compensation in Washington, D.C., Maryland & Virginia
VIDEO: Current Hot Topics in Workers' Compensation in Washington, D.C., Maryland & Virginia
July 28, 2021
July 28, 2021
Articles & Blogs
The Important Role of Nurse Case Managers in Workers’ Compensation Medical Case Management
The Important Role of Nurse Case Managers in Workers’ Compensation Medical Case Management
The Important Role of Nurse Case Managers in Workers’ Compensation Medical Case Management
July 15, 2021
July 14, 2021
Event
Current Hot Topics in Workers' Compensation in Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia
Current Hot Topics in Workers' Compensation in Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia
Current Hot Topics in Workers' Compensation in Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia
June 29, 2021
July 28, 2021
Articles & Blogs
VIDEO: A General Overview of Maryland Workers' Compensation
VIDEO: A General Overview of Maryland Workers' Compensation
VIDEO: A General Overview of Maryland Workers' Compensation
March 1, 2021
February 25, 2021
Tools
Maryland Workers' Compensation Rates
Maryland Workers' Compensation Rates
Historical Chart Displaying Comp Rates 2005-2021
Maryland Workers' Compensation Rates
Historical Chart Displaying Comp Rates 2005-2021
February 25, 2021
February 25, 2021
Event
WEBINAR: A General Overview of Maryland Workers' Compensation
WEBINAR: A General Overview of Maryland Workers' Compensation
WEBINAR: A General Overview of Maryland Workers' Compensation
January 25, 2021
February 25, 2021
Articles & Blogs
Is An Adverse Reaction To An Employer-Mandated COVID-19 Vaccine Compensable Under The Maryland Workers’ Compensation Act?
Is An Adverse Reaction To An Employer-Mandated COVID-19 Vaccine Compensable Under The Maryland Workers’ Compensation Act?
Is An Adverse Reaction To An Employer-Mandated COVID-19 Vaccine Compensable Under The Maryland Workers’ Compensation Act?
January 13, 2021
January 13, 2021
Articles & Blogs
Video: Maryland Workers’ Compensation: What is Considered a Work-Related-Injury for At-Home Employees?
Video: Maryland Workers’ Compensation: What is Considered a Work-Related-Injury for At-Home Employees?
Video: Maryland Workers’ Compensation: What is Considered a Work-Related-Injury for At-Home Employees?
November 9, 2020
November 5, 2020
Articles & Blogs
Video: Ask the Experts: Dealing with Challenging Workers' Comp Issues in Maryland
Video: Ask the Experts: Dealing with Challenging Workers' Comp Issues in Maryland
Video: Ask the Experts: Dealing with Challenging Workers' Comp Issues in Maryland
October 19, 2020
September 10, 2020
Event
Maryland Workers’ Compensation: What is Considered a Work-Related-Injury for At-Home Employees?
Maryland Workers’ Compensation: What is Considered a Work-Related-Injury for At-Home Employees?
Maryland Workers’ Compensation: What is Considered a Work-Related-Injury for At-Home Employees?
October 16, 2020
November 5, 2020
Articles & Blogs
UPDATE: New Hearing Procedures Before the Maryland Workers’ Compensation Commission
UPDATE: New Hearing Procedures Before the Maryland Workers’ Compensation Commission
UPDATE: New Hearing Procedures Before the Maryland Workers’ Compensation Commission
May 15, 2020
May 15, 2020
Articles & Blogs
COVID-19 in the Workplace, a Maryland Perspective
COVID-19 in the Workplace, a Maryland Perspective
COVID-19 in the Workplace, a Maryland Perspective
March 25, 2020
March 24, 2020
Articles & Blogs
Maryland Workers' Compensation: Idiosyncrasies of Permanent Partial Disability Awards
Maryland Workers' Compensation: Idiosyncrasies of Permanent Partial Disability Awards
Maryland Workers' Compensation: Idiosyncrasies of Permanent Partial Disability Awards
February 21, 2020
February 20, 2020
Articles & Blogs
Maryland Workers’ Compensation: Lack of Stay on Appeal can Lead to Harsh Results
Maryland Workers’ Compensation: Lack of Stay on Appeal can Lead to Harsh Results
Maryland Workers’ Compensation: Lack of Stay on Appeal can Lead to Harsh Results
January 9, 2020
September 19, 2019