Baltimore Workers’ Compensation Attorney
Matt Grogan strives to succeed on behalf of his clients. Each case, each story, each person is important. The whole firm believes it’s important to achieve both results and good relationships with our clients. Matt strives to do just that. Attorney Matt Grogan will do everything he can to succeed for you.
In addition to being service and client oriented, Grogan enjoys the deeper legal aspects of comp, a subject even many a experienced workers’ comp lawyer shies away from. In a system where comp cases need to move quickly, legal arguments are sometimes not fleshed out as thoroughly as they should be. It’s important to Matt that, if a legal argument can be made to win a workers’ compensation case in Maryland – it’s going to be made. He handles cases before the Workers’ Compensation Commission and handles workers’ compensation appeals to the Circuit Court and beyond.
Matt Grogan is the author of BaltimoreCompLawyer.com. On his comp site, he shares his thoughts, answers common workers’ compensation questions, and discusses recent Maryland comp cases. It’s an excellent resource for Maryland’s injured workers. It’s even a great resource for other workers’ comp lawyers in Maryland.
In addition to comp, Matt Grogan handles personal injury cases. These include third-party cases relating to comp, and general negligence actions. Car accident cases, premises liability (slip and fall and the like), and other cases involving personal injury.
A native of New York, Grogan came to Baltimore for law school and decided it was a great place to build a career and raise a family. He has lived in various places in Baltimore City and County. Prior to joining Warnken, LLC, Grogan worked for a judge in the Circuit Court for Harford County. He experienced both criminal and civil cases. He also worked at a firm handling a relatively large volume of Baltimore workers’ comp cases, including many law enforcement officer cases. In addition, Matt studied under Workers’ Compensation Commissioner Herwig while at the University of Baltimore.