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Dangers that Social Media Presents to Workers’ Compensation Claims

Nearly 20% of internet users right now, while you are reading this, are on facebook. Facebook’s 1.44 billion users spend an average of 40 minutes on the social media site every single day, according to recent analysis and reported by Business Insider. But what does that have to do with your workers’ compensation claim? The… Continued

FAQs

I’m the personal representative in a will contest. How much is this going to cost the defense and also the plaintiff? The answer to your question depends on many factors, especially the complexity of the issues involved. Estate litigation can be very expensive to both parties. Generally, though, the contesting party pays for their attorney’s… Continued

Tara Frame voted as Leading Lawyer in Workers’ Compensation

Tara Frame is voted Leading Lawyer 2016-2017 in the area of Workers’ Compensation Law as determined by Leading Lawyers Peer Review survey forms submitted by more than 1,500 attorneys who practice law in Anne Arundel County and/or the Eastern Shore. Ms. Frame was voted Leading Lawyer in both Anne Arundel County and the Eastern Shore.… Continued

The Opioid Crisis: A Call to Action

An interesting article on the current opioid crisis and the CDC’s attempts to address it. I see the overuse of opioids treatment and prescriptions every day as a workers compensation attorney. The current prescription policy is creating alarming increases in patients addicted to pain medications. I’m not sure what the answer will be…… http://www.medval.com/2016/03/25/the-opioid-crisis-a-call-to-action/ ABOUT… Continued

Can an Illegal Immigrant File for Workers’ Compensation in Maryland?

Maria had worked at the Travel Through Hotel for many years. She started working in the dining room as a bus person, then found that she liked working in housekeeping. She had worked her way up to supervisor and was making good money. All was well until one day, she was short a few staff… Continued