Hagerstown Workers Compensation Lawyer

Attorney Mark Buterbaugh is a Hagerstown Workers Compensation Lawyer.  Mooney Law offers FREE consultation for Maryland injured workers.

Attorney Mark Buterbaugh, selected as a Super Lawyer and a Rising Star in Pennsylvania by the national magazine Super Lawyers, is also a Managing Partner at Mooney Law.  Mooney Law vigorously represents injured workers in Hagerstown.  He has a full workers compensation practice that includes litigation and obtaining fair lump sum settlements for Hagerstown injured workers.

The Hagerstown area continues to see growth in manufacturing and warehouses, especially along Interstate 81.  Growth also brings an increase in Hagerstown work injuries.  When you choose a Lawyer to represent you in your workers compensation case, Mooney Law is the right choice.  Mooney Law is proven, trusted and experienced in the court room.  Attorney Buterbaugh litigates cases from start to finish, as well as negotiates lump sum settlements for Hagerstown injured workers.

Mooney Law has an conveniently located office in downtown Hagerstown.  We also offer absolutely free phone consultations for Hagerstown injured workers.

Hagerstown is located in the high growth area of Washington County along the Interstate 81 corridor.  The areas has seen  vast development of Warehouses, Distribution Centers, Manufacturing facilities, and Assembly Line facilities.  Some of those Hagerstown businesses are:

FedEx Ground

DOT Foods

ADUSA (Greencastle)


Tractor Supply

Staples Distribution

Coinop Warehouse

Lenox Distribution

Home Deport



Phoenix Color

Hoffman transport

Foltz Manufacturing

Volvo Group

Conagra Products


West Manufacturing

and more …

Mooney Law is always ready to fight for and protect Hagerstown injured workers.  For more information on Temporary Partial Permanency Awards, click here.  Call today at 301-329-3630 or 717-200-HELP or visit Mooney Law at www.mooney4law.com.   Mooney Law ALWAYS offers FREE consultations for Workers Compensation, Motor Vehicle Accident, and Social Security Disability.