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How do Maryland workers’ comp attorneys charge for their services?

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n Maryland, worker’s compensation attorneys are paid pursuant to a fee schedule that’s set by the Maryland legislature. At the end of the case when you receive your permanent partial disability award, the attorney will get paid a portion of that final award, that fee needs to be approved by the Maryland Worker’s Compensation Commission. In general, you’re not going to incur any out-of-pocket expenses by way of fees until the end of the case when you receive your permanent partial disability award.

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