Md. high court sets workers’ comp hearing loss at retirement

Workers over age 50 who are exposed to loud noises on the job emerged victorious at Maryland’s top court Monday as the judges ruled that the date for calculating hearing loss for workers’ compensation is their date of retirement and not when they later get their ears checked. The Court of Appeals said the statutory demarcation ...

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