For over 25 years, Malcolm & Associates, LLC has served as an industry leader in the areas of vocational rehabilitation, medical case management, vocational expert testimony, life care planning, and more. Our highly-trained professional staff takes great pride in its comprehensive and strategic approach to even the most challenging litigation matters.
Whether a complex third-party liability issue or a conventional workers’ compensation claim, we believe our clients deserve quality expert services tailored to the specific needs of a case. We are truly committed to pursuing the best possible outcomes. And when outcomes matter, EXPERIENCE MATTERS, which is why Malcolm & Associates is a trusted resource throughout the rehabilitation and legal communities alike.
Malcolm & Associates is pleased to offer the following services:
Jody Malcolm has been the sole managing member of Malcolm & Associates, LLC providing comprehensive services and vocational expert testimony in workers’ compensation and litigation cases since 1989.
She is a graduate of University of Maryland, Baltimore with a Master of Social Work degree and is licensed by Maryland’s Department of Health and Mental Hygiene as an LCSW-C. She also graduated from Johns Hopkins University with a Master of Administrative Science.
In addition to her MSW and MAS educational degrees, Ms. Malcolm is a Certified Case Manager, Certified Vocational Evaluator, Certified Rehabilitation Counselor, Certified Disability Management Specialist, and Certified Life Care Planner.
Ms. Malcolm is a member of the International Association of Rehabilitation Professionals. She has served as the President, Program Planning Chair, and Director of the Maryland Workers’ Compensation Educational Association (MWCEA), as well as the Workers’ Compensation Vocational Rehabilitation Ad Hoc Committee, appointed by the Chairman of the Maryland WCC. Ms. Malcolm was appointed by the Maryland General Assembly in 2017 to serve on the Joint Committee on Workers’ Compensation Benefit and Insurance Oversight.
Remember, EXPERIENCE MATTERS!