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Indicators Of Workplace Repetitive Use Injuries

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Repetitive use injuries are possible when a person is performing the same motion regularly and repeatedly. These types of injuries are also sometimes referred to as overuse injuries or repetitive motion injuries. While they are a common workplace injury, a repetitive use injury is also possible in connection with everyday duties and leisure pursuits…. Read More »

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Care Facilities And PTSD

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Most have heard of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), but they may only associate it with warfare or criminal experiences. While a PTSD diagnosis can be a result of those experiences, the reality is that any traumatic event can result in PTSD. This is true for victims of domestic violence, traffic accidents, and abuse within… Read More »

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Scooter Accident Injuries In Maryland

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A popular alternative to driving a car, many enjoy getting around Baltimore by scooter. They are compact and efficient, without the financial drain of needing to regularly fill the gas tank of a car or truck. For these and other reasons, among them that they are more environmentally friendly than auto travel, scooters are… Read More »

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Justice For Maryland Crimes And Downward Departures

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When a judge is sentencing a person for a crime, it should be done as an act of achieving justice. Sometimes, a person is facing a criminal consequence that is far harsher than the crime committed would warrant. In these situations, a Maryland judge may pursue a downward departure, a way for them to… Read More »

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Baltimore Workers And Employment Theft

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One element of the employer-employee relationship is trust. Often workers are tasked with handling cash, transactions, or corporate accounts in order to do their jobs. This is true of retail workers, accountant managers, and people in leadership positions, including chief financial officers. A well-run Maryland business will have rules in place regarding company funds…. Read More »

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Product Liability And Elmiron

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When a person is injured by a product that is created, manufactured, and distributed by a company, there are ways to hold the organization responsible. This is true for some prescription drugs, such as Elmiron. While the drug was approved in 1996, it has since been discovered that consumption of Elmiron can result in… Read More »

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Legal Representation And Strengthening A DUI Defense

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Being pulled over for drunk driving can lead to worry, stress, and confusion. If you are facing a Maryland DUI charge you may be stressed about the impact the arrest could have on your reputation and be worried if your driving privileges will be taken away. And for individuals who rely on their ability… Read More »

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Injuries While Using A Ladder Or Scaffolding System

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One of the main reasons for injury in workplaces is people falling and items falling on individuals, according to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, also referred to as OSHA. Some of these falls occur when a worker is using a ladder or a scaffolding system while performing a work task. These work tools… Read More »

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What If I Need A Personal Injury Deadline Extension?

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Injured parties in Maryland have deadlines connected to legal claims for damage recovery. This is true in each state and is referred to as the statute of limitations. In MD, the deadline to file civil suits is three years, unless you are in a situation where a late filing is appropriate. Deadline extensions and… Read More »

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Different Types Of Care Facilities

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There are many reasons why families turn to care facilities. It could be that you have a loved one who simply isn’t safe living on their own anymore. In other situations, a care facility offers convenience and comfort for the individual. Doing your research is an important part of the process. Additionally, be sure… Read More »

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