• Baltimore Workers' Compensation Attorneys

    We have a proven track record of obtaining monies for our satisfied clients to compensate them fairly for their injuries.

    A Leading Workers' Compensation Law Firm

    Founding partner, Bruce Ingerman, has led the charge for workers' rights in the state of Maryland and has been recognized multiple times as one of Maryland's top workers' compensation lawyers. He has not only represented his clients in thousands of cases, winning millions of dollars for them, but he has also led the charge in changing laws to protect the rights of workers in the state of Maryland.

    We have a location near you.

    Ingerman & Horwitz, LLP is a law firm with offices throughout Maryland and West Virginia, including Baltimore, Salisbury, Frederick, Cumberland and Hagerstown. 

  • Our Workers' Compensation Attorneys

    Meet the team that works to get you the fairest settlement possible.

    Bruce E. Ingerman

    Baltimore, Maryland

    Phone: (410) 539-1200
    Fax: (410) 539-1643

    Bruce Ingerman concentrates solely on Workers’ Compensation law and heads a staff of 15 dedicated professionals whose only job is to advocate for clients to obtain Workers’ Compensation benefits. Mr. Ingerman is a co-founder and past president of the Maryland State Workers’ Compensation Educational Association, and co-founder of the Fair Workers’ Compensation Committee. He has successfully represented thousands of injured workers before the Workers’ Compensation Commission since 1972.


    Bruce Ingerman has broken new ground in the fight for Workers’ Compensation benefits in Maryland. He has successfully fought to obtain new rights for thousands of injured workers in the state of Maryland. This has resulted in staggering increases in settlement amounts for his clients.

    Aaron Schwartz

    Baltimore, Maryland

    Phone: (410) 539-1200
    Fax: (410) 539-1643

    Aaron Schwartz practices primarily in the areas of civil and criminal litigation. Mr. Schwartz represents clients throughout the state of Maryland in Workers’ Compensation appeals, jury trials and family court cases involving divorce, marital property and custody/visitation. He also represents Landlords and or tenants in Lead Paint cases.

    Lloyd A. Sarro

    Frederick, Maryland

    Phone: (301) 694-3738

    Fax: (301) 620-9517

    Lloyd A. Sarro specializes in auto accident, workers' compensation, medical malpractice, and product/premise liability cases.

  • Videos

    Learn more about Maryland Workers' Compensation Law 

    Alan Horwitz Discusses Maryland Workers' Compensation Law

    The video presents Alan Horwitz as he talks about workers compensation on WBOC16’s Delmarvalife!

  • Common Questions

    Here are some frequently asked questions about Workers' Compensation

    Workers' Compensation

    The only way to know what your full benefit may be is to contact an experienced Workers’ Compensation attorney. We understand the complex and often confusing process required to file a Workers’ Compensation claim. Attempting the process on your own could cost you a delay in your benefits and possibly a denial. It is important that you contact an attorney as soon as possible after the accident so that you can be fully informed as to your rights and possible benefits in the Workers’ Compensation process.

    Question: The Workers’ Compensation claim that I filed on my own has been denied. What can I do now?


    You can call us for a free, confidential assessment of your case. If we feel your claim has merit and we accept your case, we will file an appeal. Our appeal has an advantage over your original filing, in that we have years of experience dealing with the very complicated Workers’ Compensation benefit process and we will work to obtain the best benefit package for you and for your family’s needs. Because an appeal needs to be filed within 30 days of the mailing of the denial order to you, it is important that you speak with us as soon as you receive your denial order from the Workers’ Compensation Commission.

    Question: I was receiving benefits but now they have been terminated. Is there anything I can do?


    It is best for an experienced Workers’ Compensation attorney to take a look at your case to see if there is a possibility that you can have your benefits reinstated. Because the rules of Workers’ Compensation are very specialized, an experienced attorney who has dealt with hundreds of similar claims has the knowledge to guide you toward the resolution that is best for your particular situation, and to make sure you receive every benefit that you deserve. If a hearing or re-hearing is scheduled to evaluate your case, we will represent you at the hearing.

    Question: My employer wants me to go back to work too soon following my accident. Do I have any recourse?


    Our attorneys have experience evaluating your entire case from your accident reports, doctors’ treatment and prognosis reports, and other professional assessments. You may have sustained a permanent injury, or a slow-healing injury that makes it impossible or very difficult for you to return to work quickly. You may need additional or even permanent medical care, and/or job retraining to re-enter the workforce. Schedule a free and confidential consultation with us, so that we can provide you with an objective assessment of your rights and the choices that would be best in your specific situation.

  • Resource Center

    The Ingerman & Horwitz, LLP resource center is designed to provide you with legal advice in times of need. There are many important things to know when you've been injured in an accident. Know your rights!

  • Wondering if You Have a Case?

    Let Us Help You Find Out!

    Call Toll-Free: 800-776-4529

    Were you injured while at work? Were you involved in a car accident? Tell us what happened, where it happened, and any other details of your case. We’ll be able to determine whether or not you have a case and what you’re entitled to. It costs you nothing to speak with an experienced personal injury attorney.