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One-Bite Rules And Animal Attacks

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Different states have different ways of legally handling dog bites and owner responsibility. Some follow a one-bite rule, which essentially means a dog owner is liable for injuries if the animal has bit someone in the past. Maryland is not a one-bite rule state. Strict liability law is in place, because of this a… Read More »

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Airport Accident Injuries And Financial Recovery

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If you spend a lot of time in airports, you are not alone. Many who reside in the Baltimore area find themselves waiting in terminals at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, usually referred to as BWI, on a regular basis, either for work trips or family travel. Additionally, many people in the area fly… Read More »

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Things To Bring To An Initial Consultation

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If you were hurt because of another’s reckless behavior, you may be juggling medical appointments and lifestyle changes. With so many things to attend to it can be difficult to prioritize legal guidance, but a professional can help you secure a full settlement package. As soon as it comes to mind, schedule a consultation… Read More »

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What Is Post-Traumatic Arthritis?

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When people think of the onset of arthritis, they typically think of degenerative arthritis that develops with age. While this is one form of arthritis, there is another type that can occur as a result of an accident. Post-traumatic arthritis is when a person develops arthritis symptoms due to harm, such as a bone… Read More »

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Reporting Minor Maryland Car Crashes

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Minor car accidents in the state of Maryland may not require reporting. If you were in a Maryland collision resulting in minor property damages and no passenger injuries, you and the other driver may be able to exchange insurance information and be on your way. When there are temporary damages to a vehicle and… Read More »

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Hand Injuries And Maryland Accident Recovery

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It is common for individuals to use their hands everyday without a second thought. Your hands may hold your morning cup of tea or be used to type your first email of the day. But there are people who injure their hands or wrists in accidents and they are no longer able to use… Read More »

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Duty To Mitigate And Your Maryland Injury

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After an injury or harm, individuals have a right to pursue compensation from the individual or entity that caused the harm. If you find yourself in this situation, you may be introduced to an array of legal terms connected to personal injury law. One of these terms is duty to mitigate. Basically, it is… Read More »

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Personal Vs. Official Capacity In Police Misconduct Lawsuits

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A victim of police misconduct in Maryland can seek compensation from the officers who incurred harm or injury. As the plaintiff in a personal injury lawsuit, the victim can ask for compensatory and punitive damages as well as other legal remedies. In order to bring such a lawsuit, the plaintiff and their attorney must… Read More »

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Why You Should Be Suspicions Of Fast Settlement Offers

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In order to maximize their profits, some insurance companies use timeline tactics to deny or reduce car accident claims. For example, they may offer you an amount very quickly, hoping you will sign off on the amount without doing any research or talking to a legal expert. It is also possible you will experience… Read More »

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Baltimore Hotel Injuries And Your Right To Compensation

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Hotel stays are often connected to celebrations and holidays. Families may book a hotel to visit family or go on vacation together. Or a couple may choose to spend a romantic weekend away from the familiarity of their own home. But even when people are traveling and celebrating, injuries can happen. If you or… Read More »

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