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Monthly Archives: November 2020


Is Workers’ Comp Law the Same as Employment Law?

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There are many different types of law but there are times when legal areas overlap. This is true with employment law and workers’ compensation law. After all, both are connected to employees, the workplace, and employers. But even though the laws can overlap, there are differences. Workers who are injured on the job may… Read More »

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Speeding Vehicles Cause Collisions

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Individuals drive over the posted speed limit every day. The reasons for speeding vary, for some it is a force of habit while others are rushing to an appointment or running late for work. Whatever the reason, drivers should not speed because speeding increases the likelihood of car accidents and injuries. Speeding is a… Read More »

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Are You Living with PTSD After a Car Accident?

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Car crashes can be extremely stressful and traumatic, whether they cause serious physical injuries or not. Trauma can result in anxiety and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Emotional strain is possible if the accident was the fault of another or caused by the sufferer themselves. PTSD can interfere with your ability to thrive in your… Read More »

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A Baltimore DWI and Your Credit Score

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A DWI, driving while intoxicated, can cause a lot of damage to your life, including impacting your credit score. While the charge itself does not show up on a credit report, a DWI has financial consequences that can cause problems for years to come. There are a multitude of reasons to do all you… Read More »

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Are You Suffering from Income Loss After a Car Accident?

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After a car accident or other event that results in injury, it is possible you need time off from your job so you can receive treatment and heal. There are even times when individuals are unable to completely recover and work as they did prior to the injury, particularly if a person sustained severe… Read More »

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Is It Legal for Baltimore Police to Search My Car?

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Were you or someone you love involved in a traffic stop that resulted in a car search? If so, you are likely curious to know if that car search was legal. The answer is it depends. If a driver gave consent or the law officer had probable cause then the answer is likely yes…. Read More »

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Distracted Walking Creates Risks

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It is common knowledge that distracted driving increases accident risk. But too often, people fail to remember there are other times when distracted behaviors can lead to accidents and injuries. Distracted walking can lead to severe injuries. According to one report for the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, within one year there were… Read More »

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Filing a Claim After a Dental Injury

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When you go to see a doctor, it is natural that you are seeking the best possible care. While that is often the case, there are times when medical malpractice occurs. This is when a healthcare professional’s action or lack of action results in a patent being injured. There are cases where oral surgeons… Read More »

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