I hadn't really considered about workers comp attorney Rosedale MD or PEO's until a a couple of weeks ago when I had my very first occupational injury. I was stocking the warehouse shelves when it occurred. A coworker in the other aisle was employing a forklift to place a pallet, and in doing so knocked a crate of plastic toys off the ledge. The container crashed into my back. The impact hurled me to the floor hard. As soon as I collided with the floor I knew something was horribly amiss. The discomfort was sudden and acute. But my thoughts were elsewhere, because as a person without insurance I assumed I wouldn't be able to afford health care in case my employer figured out some method to avoid paying medical costs for my freshly injured shoulder. You can see I've never trusted bosses. Luckily, that wouldn't be a problem. As it turned out, my company had smartly paid for workman's comp insurance. Basically I had no reason distrust them. My hospital bills were already on their way to being taken care of. And the best part about being covered was the insurance company reimbursed me for lost wages because of my accident.