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Maryland Workers Compensation Attorneys > Maryland Workers’ Compensation FAQs > Must an injured Maryland worker notify their employer of a work-related injury?

Must an injured Maryland worker notify their employer of a work-related injury?

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A Maryland worker who’s injured at work is required to report that injury to his or her employer within 10 days. If you fail to do so, it’s not a complete part to your claim, but it’s more likely that the insurance company is going to contest the claim and question whether or not the injury actually took place at work and in the course of your employment.

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