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Maryland Estate Planning Attorneys > Maryland Workers’ Compensation FAQs > What constitutes an independent contractor?

What constitutes an independent contractor?

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In Maryland workers’ compensation, independent contractor is someone who’s contracted to perform services on behalf of the employer. That independent contractor generally has control over where they work, when they work and how they perform the work, contrary to an employee who is told by their employer how to do the job, when to do the job and where to do the job. An independent contractor is not covered under workers’ compensation, and is not entitled to receive benefits in the event that they are injured performing those services.

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