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Ask the Experts: Dealing with Challenging Workers' Comp Issues in Maryland

September 10, 2020
September 10, 2020

If you handle workers’ compensation claims in Maryland, please join us for a discussion that addresses some of the more difficult issues facing workers’ compensation professionals today. Topics will include:

·        controlling medical treatment,
·        pitfalls in permanency, and
·        obligation to provide vocational rehabilitation.


John T. Huskin, Esquire, Workers' Compensation Defense Attorney, Chartwell Law
Jeffrey T. Weinberg (ret.), Commissioner, Maryland Workers' Compensation Commission & Jeffrey Weinberg Mediation Services
Mark Keim, Claims Specialist, Penn National Insurance
James T. McAlister, Esquire, Claimant Attorney, Cohen, Snyder, Eisenberg & Katzenberg,P.A. 

This does not constitute legal advice. Every case is unique and fact-specific, and you should consult with an attorney of your choice before taking or refraining from taking any action. Chartwell has offices in many cities and states with this webinar taking place from the Baltimore, MD office. News reports, references and other materials noted herein are no substitute for your own investigation of relevant facts. Allegations are just that; they are not proof of any wrong doing or inappropriate practices. In some jurisdictions this is considered attorney advertising.