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Quick summary: A retired private-sector worker suffering from cumulative hearing loss as the result of on the job noise exposure may file for compensation if the worker did not discover the disability until after he was retired. In the beginning, hearing loss starts as slight inconvenience, but over time, it can worsen. When a hearing…

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Maryland and Washington, D. C. workers who suffer hearing or vision loss due to work-related injuries or illnesses may recover workers’ compensation benefits, amounts of which are based on whether the disability is partial or total and whether it is temporary or permanent. Injured workers in Washington, D. C. who are found to have a…

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Workers’ compensation programs allow workers suffering temporary or permanent disabilities resulting from work-related accidents or illnesses to obtain reimbursement for medical expenses and lost wages. This no fault compensation system generally prohibits injured workers from filing personal injury lawsuits against their employers. However, there are some situations in which an employer or a third party…

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