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Tips To Staying Safe And Baltimore School Buses

By Iamele & Iamele, LLP |

Being aware and driving safely is always important, but drivers also need to be additionally vigilant in school zones, where there can be school buses, kids on bikes, and additional risks. Follow all signs and signals and give school buses the space they need, they could be slowing down or stopped because they are… Read More »

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Single-Vehicle Accidents And Injury Claims

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When you think of a car accident, it is common to imagine two or more vehicles colliding. But often there are accident injuries that only involve one car or truck, these are referred to as single-vehicle accidents. Although they are less common than car accidents involving two or more cars, trucks, SUVs, or motorcycles,… Read More »

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Feeling Stiff And Sore After A Maryland Car Accident

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Vehicular collisions are emotional and upsetting. Because of this, you may experience a surge of adrenaline when involved in a wreck. And while it is fortunate to not be severely injured, it is possible that low-grade injuries will not be readily apparent and therefore go untreated. If you did not have your health assessed… Read More »

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Tips For Safe Night Driving In Baltimore

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According to one report, a driver is three times as likely to be in an accident at night than they are during the daytime hours. This can be true for a variety of reasons. For some, night visibility is an issue. Others cause collisions when they fall asleep behind the wheel. There are even… Read More »

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Your Questions About Future Damages Answered

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Making a person whole is one of the goals of a personal injury lawsuit. When a legal professional talks about making a person whole, they essentially mean restoring the individual to the position they were in before the accident occurred. So, if there were a lot of expenses in connection to an injury, those… Read More »

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Car Crash Injuries Must Be Reported

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In the state of Maryland, not all accidents need to be reported to the police, but if there were injuries the accident is legally required to be reported. It is also necessary to report a crash that results in one or more vehicles needing to be towed away from the accident site. In most… Read More »

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Experienced Trucking Insurance Adjusters May Try To Reduce Your Claim

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Auto collisions can be life-altering and traumatic. There are many examples of accident victims suffering from physical injuries and psychological scarring. And when cars are involved in collisions with large trucks, severe, debilitating injuries can occur. With so much upset and shock, it is common for accident victims to settle without giving the amount… Read More »

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Rideshare Services And Accidents In Baltimore

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There are many reasons why individuals and groups in Baltimore and DC choose to use rideshare services such as Uber and Lyft. For some older adults, it is an ideal way to get to appointments and shop if they are no longer driving their own vehicles. And young groups who are heading out to… Read More »

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When Maryland Workers’ Comp Insurance Claims Are Denied

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Employers in Maryland are required, by law, to carry workers’ comp insurance. The compensation insurance is funded by the employer, it is not an expense to be carried by workers. The protections are in place to help workers in Maryland secure compensation for expenses in connection with workplace injuries. Workers compensation laws can be… Read More »

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Driving Barefoot And Negligence

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While many believe it is illegal to drive barefoot, that is not actually true. It is not against the law to drive without shoes, but many believe it is not the best practice. After all, your bare foot may slip when it needs to be applying strong pressure, to the gas or the brake…. Read More »

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