Please Note: for Claims assistance or questions about coverage and exemptions You will need to call one of the numbers listed below.
Also be aware that the Workers' Compensation Assistance Offices in different states may go by different names such as "Industrial Accidents".
These are the only numbers that we are aware of and have available for Maryland Workers' Compensation.
OSHA - Maryland State Plan - Hunt Valley Office: 410-527-4447
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Effective July 1, 2014, when a First Report of Injury (FROI) is filed with the Workers' Compensation Commission, the Commission, will provide the FROI data to the Maryland Division of Labor and Industry (L&I). The Employer/Insurer will no longer be required to submit a duplicate copy of the FROI to L&I.
The Commission only accepts the FROI form prepared by and issued by the Commission, form IA-1 (r 1-1-02). Please note that the following fields must be completed and are required: Type of Injury/Illness, Date of Death (if applicable) and Initial Treatment. If these and all other required fields are not complete or on a form other than the Commission's the FROI will be returned.
Reminder: Do not use color paper when sending/submitting documents to the Commission. This includes exhibits submitted at the hearing. Color paper does not work well with the scanning process and may render the document unreadable when converted to electronic format.