Workers’ Compensation Claims

Workers’ compensation laws are complex and ever-changing. The workers’ compensation attorneys at McCarthy Wilson keep abreast of developing legislation and case law in order to provide their clients with the most current counsel. Whether working on behalf of the Claimant, Employer, or Insurer, we are prepared to take whatever action is necessary to ensure our clients’ interests are protected.



We have significant experience handling matters before the Maryland Workers’ Compensation Commission and the District of Columbia Office of Workers’ Compensation, as well as appeals from those agencies. At each stage in the Workers’ Compensation process, our attorneys are able to apply their years of litigation experience to provide exemplary, yet cost effective, representation of our Workers’ Compensation clients. Whether negotiating a favorable settlement, choosing the right expert, or aggressively litigating a disputed claim, the attorneys at McCarthy Wilson have the experience to skillfully guide their clients through the entire process.

Having a full service litigation practice, the attorneys at McCarthy Wilson are able to handle all aspects of the workers’ compensation process, including claims for accidental injury and occupational disease, claims against third parties (including, for our insurance clients, subrogation actions), insurance coverage issues, and appeals at all levels. Our workers’ compensation attorneys have also held seminars on these areas, and are active members of local workers’ compensation organizations. For more information or to discuss a workers’ compensation claim, please contact one of our workers’ compensation attorneys. 

If you have questions about this practice area or would like a case evaluation, please fill out the form below, or you can call us at (301) 762-7770 or email Will Inman or  Jeff Stickle directly. 

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Workers' Compensation Online Submission Form

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