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When Will My Personal Injury Case Go to Court?

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If you are moving forward with a personal injury case, you are likely wondering how long it will be before the case moves to trial. Of course, the timeline of any personal injury case depends on a multitude of factors. It is natural to have anxiety about going to court and to have a… Read More »

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Understaffed Nursing Homes In Maryland and DC

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If you have a family member in an assisted living facility or a nursing home, you know how difficult it can be. Worrying about someone you love can be stressful. It is important you trust the people who are caring for your loved one. When families sign contracts, they assume everything that was agreed… Read More »

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Does an Individual Accused of Shoplifting Have Rights?

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If you have been accused of shoplifting, you need the best defense possible. Shoplifting is when an individual knowingly takes items out of a retail establishment without paying for the full retail value. The practice is against the law and will generally be a misdemeanor offense in the state of Maryland, but if the… Read More »

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See a Doctor and Keep Follow-Up Appointments After a Car Accident

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Seeing a doctor after a car accident is important, but following their guidance and attending follow-up appointments is essential as well. Not seeing a treatment plan through can lead to injuries not healing properly and it can harm a personal injury claim. A Baltimore car accident lawyer can answer all of your questions about… Read More »

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What Is an Independent Medical Evaluation?

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If an employee in Baltimore, Maryland, or the surrounding area is pursuing a workers’ compensation claim, it is helpful to have a knowledgeable attorney to walk them through the process. For instance, an insurance company may request an independent medical evaluation (IME) to assess the extent of a person’s injuries. Insurance companies moving forward… Read More »

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Ways to Strengthen Your Premises Liability Claim

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If you were hurt on another person’s property, and the injury happened due to negligence on the part of the property owner, compensation for medical bills and lost income may be possible. The first priority is to see a doctor and have your health assessed and begin a treatment plan when needed. Then, discuss… Read More »

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What Is a Baltimore Personal Injury Claim?

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A personal injury claim is a path for accident victims, and victims of social wrongs, to seek compensation. The person who was injured is the plaintiff, the individual who was negligent and caused the injury is the defendant. It is not that the defendant harmed the plaintiff intentionally, a personal injury claim is about… Read More »

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Do Baltimore Maryland Pedestrians Have the Right-of-Way?

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Maryland drivers should always drive responsibly and do what they can to protect both Baltimore pedestrians and other cars and their passengers. If an injury does occur, determining if a pedestrian had the right-of-way will likely depend on if the crosswalk was designated, marked, or unmarked. A pedestrian has the right-of way when they… Read More »

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Driving During Storms Can Be Dangerous

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There are accidents every year due to bad weather. Storms can lead to heavy rain and hazardous driving conditions, including hydroplaning. Hydroplaning, also sometimes referred to as aquaplaning, is when the wheels of a car or truck lose traction on a road because the road surface is wet, flooded, or covered with oil. After… Read More »

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Teenage Drivers Are More Likely to Be In Accidents

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There is a feeling of freedom connected with driving a car, so it stands to reason that many teenagers are proud to get their driver’s licenses and look forward to getting on the road. Excitement is part of the right of passage but parents are often concerned about the risks involved. This makes sense,… Read More »

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