Maryland and Pennsylvania Workers Comp Benefits Are Different

Maryland and Pennsylvania workers compensation laws and procedural practice are actually quite different from one another.  The attorneys at Mooney Law are well versed in both practices. The benefits offered to Maryland injured workers are different than in Pennsylvania.  In Maryland, an injured worker is entitled to benefits based on whether the injury corresponds to permanent disabilities or temporary disabilities.  That determination may be made by the Maryland Workers Compensation Commission.  An additional avenue of benefits is based on the…

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Another Central PA Hospital Change: Holy Spirit Hospital to Penn State

As we have seen over the last few years, doctors offices and hospitals are merging and being bought and sold.  We just witnessed the merger between Summit Health in Chambersburg and Wellspan.  Now, in the Mechanicsburg/Camp Hill area, comes word that Holy Spirt Hospital, once an independent hospital that was gobbled up by Geisinger, is being sold to the Penn State Hershey system.  The sale gives Penn State Hershey a much coveted West Shore location.   By enabling our patients…

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Mooney Law now handles Maryland Workers Compensation

Mooney Law now will be handling Maryland Workers Compensation cases.  I recently waived in and was admitted to practice in Maryland and am now part of the Maryland State Bar and can actively handle Maryland Workers Compensation cases before the Maryland Workers Compensation Commission.  Mooney Law has several South Central Pennsylvania offices that are in close proximity to Maryland, including Hagerstown, Thurmont, Emmittsburg, and Taneytown.  Mooney Law also has meet locations in Westminster and Frederick.   Mooney Law has fought…

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