Maryland Workers' Compensation Handbook
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Specifically tailored for both practitioners seeking compensation for their injured clients and practitioners representing employers, the Maryland Workers' Compensation Handbook is the only complete Maryland workers' compensation resource. Maryland Workers' Compensation Handbook analyzes the Maryland Workers' Compensation Act; the rules that implement the Act; and the case law, rules, and sample forms you need to present your client's case in the best light.
Maryland Workers' Compensation Handbook contains in-depth coverage of:
• Definitions of types of injury, disability and compensation
• Types of administrative proceedings
• Range of appeals to the court
• Subrogation, intentional tort
• Claims for occupational diseases
• Medical management
• Permanent disability
• Attorney's fees
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Table of contents
CHAPTER 1 EMPLOYEES' RIGHTS BEFORE THE ADVENT OF WORKERS' COMPENSATION
CHAPTER 2 THE MAJOR PLAYERS
CHAPTER 3 THE EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIP
CHAPTER 4 TYPES OF EMPLOYMENT
CHAPTER 5 ACCIDENTAL INJURY
CHAPTER 6 EXCEPTIONS TO COMPENSABILITY
CHAPTER 7 RESULTS OF INJURY AND DISPOSITION
CHAPTER 8 OCCUPATIONAL DISEASE
CHAPTER 9 BENEFITS
CHAPTER 10 ENTITLEMENT TO MEDICAL SERVICES AND TREATMENT
CHAPTER 11 SUBSEQUENT INJURY FUND
CHAPTER 12 COMPENSABLE DEATH AND DEPENDENCY
CHAPTER 13 CLAIMING THE BENEFITS
CHAPTER 14 ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEEDINGS
CHAPTER 15 EXCLUSIVITY, IMMUNITY, AND THIRD PARTY CLAIMS
CHAPTER 16 APPEALS
CHAPTER 17 MEDICARE AND WORKERS' COMPENSATION
CHAPTER 18 PROCEDURAL REGULATIONS, PRACTICE TIPS, AND FORMS