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Baltimore Accident Injuries and Medicare

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Medicare is a federal health insurance program. The program pays for medical expenses for individuals who are 65 or older. It also applies to some individuals who are younger than 65. In those instances, disability is typically the reason Medicare applies. If you were injured, in a car accident or another event, and another… Read More »

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Are Medical Records Important?

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After years of keeping medical records confidential and private, it can be jarring for people to have their medical records exposed. But the truth is, in a personal injury case, medical records are an important component in determining how much compensation should be awarded to victims. As you see medical professionals, keep in mind… Read More »

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Establishing Baltimore or Washington DC Witnesses

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There are many components to a successful personal injury case, one of them can be witness accounts of the event. The court sees witness accounts as neutral, so they can be beneficial when two parties have conflicting views of an incident. When witness statements are gathered immediately after an accident, they are more credible…. Read More »

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Escalator Injuries and Compensation

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It is estimated that there are approximately 35,000 escalators in the United States. Daily, people step on and off these moving staircases in office buildings, airports, and shopping malls. Because they are a regular part of daily life, individuals often forget that injuries can happen. If you or someone you love were injured because… Read More »

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Causes of Bicycle Accidents

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Deciding to use your bicycle as a mode of transportation is a great way to save money (no gas needed) and stay in shape in the process. That said, riding a bike does have risks. Particularly if you are riding in an area that is densely populated or full of vehicle traffic. If you… Read More »

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Who Is Liable When Injuries Happen at School?

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There are many types of school injuries. In some cases the school or individuals who work at the school could be liable. Particularly if actions could have helped a child to avoid illness or injury. There are even instances of wrongful death. Talk to a Baltimore personal injury lawyer about your unique situation. Types… Read More »

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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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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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