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Monthly Archives: January 2020


Personal Injury Claims and Pre-Existing Conditions

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If you have been injured in a car accident, you may be moving forward with a personal injury claim. But what if you have a pre-existing condition? Depending on the situation, a pre-existing condition can make a case more complicated, because sometimes a pre-existing condition is exacerbated as a result of the accident. After… Read More »

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Workers’ Compensation and Occupational Diseases in Baltimore

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Illnesses and sicknesses transfer from person to person and while it is understood it is not possible to file a claim in connection with common ailments such as the cold and flu, there are times a compensation claim is appropriate. Such as when an illness in connection with hazardous workplace conditions. If you developed… Read More »

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Can a Property Owner Be Liable for Negligent Security?

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As a renter, you have the right to a reasonable amount of security on the property you have rented. You should also expect to be safe on the property of a business you are frequenting. If there was a criminal act on a business property or within or on a property you have been… Read More »

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How Does a Baltimore Claim Become a Baltimore Lawsuit?

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If you are filing a personal injury claim in Maryland, you may be wondering when or if it will develop into a lawsuit. Each situation is unique and talking to an experienced attorney will give you options moving forward. After a car accident, for example, during the claim process, your Baltimore personal injury lawyer… Read More »

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Occupational Injuries and Older Workers

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More and more people are working past the retirement age of 65. Some continue to work for financial reasons, while others choose to work for the enjoyment of their job and the social interaction of their workplace. Whatever the reason an individual chooses to work beyond retirement, the truth is that for many people… Read More »

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Rear Car Accident Injuries

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Car and truck accidents happen, and the results from accidents vary from a slight fender bender to a crash resulting in severe injuries. This is true of rear car crashes as well. Many feel the impacts of a rear car accident for years after the incident. Our Baltimore car accident lawyers can help. Back… Read More »

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Maryland Mother Seeks Medical Malpractice Claim Against U.S. Navy

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A Maryland mother would like to pursue a medical malpractice claim against the U.S. Navy after the death of her son, according to an article by WFMD. But long-standing legal precedence prevents members of the armed forces from pursuing medical malpractice claims related to military service. Back in December of 2017, the son was… Read More »

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Dangers of Driving When Tired in Baltimore

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With work commitments and family obligations, many are not getting the amount of sleep their body needs. Too often, sleeping and getting adequate sleep is prioritized. Sleep deprivation can lead to many issues, including car accidents and health problems. People follow their daily routine, even when they are exhausted. They are not thinking clearly… Read More »

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What Rights Do Sexual Assault Victims Have in Maryland?

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The State of Maryland provides certain special rights to victims of sexual assault crimes, including immediate transportation and free medical treatment. These special rights exist in addition to other legal privileges, such as attending court proceedings, giving statements in court, or asking for restitution. Before discussing specific details, however, it will be helpful to… Read More »

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Maryland Court Finds Large Company Liable for Workers’ Compensation Benefits

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Despite an independent contract, a Maryland appellate court determined that a large company was liable to a farm worker for workers’ compensation benefits, according to a decision by the Court of Special Appeals. To understand the significance of this decision, it will be necessary to examine relevant factual background, procedural history, and legal analysis…. Read More »

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