D.C. Workers' Compensation Resources

Serving the Maryland, Virginia & Washington, D.C. Areas

If you’ve been injured on the job, you need someone on your side to stand up to the insurance company. The Washington, D.C., workers’ compensation attorneys at ChasenBoscolo are dedicated to providing our clients with the highest quality representation so they can focus on their recoveries.

We’ve created this list to help injured and disabled victims just like you learn more about workers’ compensation laws.

  • Kids’ Chance of Maryland
    If you’re disabled because of an on-the-job injury, your children may be eligible to receive a scholarship through the Kids’ Chance of Maryland, a nonprofit organization developed by volunteers throughout the state.
  • Maryland Department of Labor
    Use this website from Maryland Occupational Safety and Health to file a workplace safety complaint and research safety laws in the state.
  • Maryland Workers’ Compensation Commission
    Find out general information on workers’ compensation in Maryland, including frequently asked questions, who can file a claim and which benefits are available.
  • Mayo Clinic: Back Pain at Work
    Learn tips to safely perform manual labor that includes heavy lifting and repetitive movements—two of the most common causes of workplace injuries.
  • The United States Department of Labor Office of Workers’ Compensation
    Read about the workers’ compensation programs offered by the federal government.
  • Virginia Return-To-Work Program
    Learn about the key components of the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Return-To-Work program, which is designed to help injured workers return to their vocation.
  • Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission
    Use these resources to file a claim for workers’ compensation benefits and learn about your rights as an injured worker.