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Paying Medical Expenses While Waiting for a Lawsuit Settlement

If you were hurt in a car crash, slip and fall or other type of incident caused by another person’s negligence, you may be eligible for compensation for your damages. However, any compensation you are awarded will not be paid out until the end of the… Read More

What to Do After a Hit-and-Run Accident

When there is a car accident, even a minor one, both drivers are expected to stop and exchange information and may be required to call the police. Unfortunately, there are times when one driver flees the scene. If you have been the victim of a hit-and-run… Read More

Will I Still Be Able to Pursue Compensation After an Accident with an Uninsured Driver?

An automobile accident with an uninsured driver leaves many Maryland victims panicked. Can you still pursue compensation when a driver is uninsured? Our Silver Spring car accident lawyers detail what you need to know about filing a claim for damages… Read More

What Happens if an Injury Victim is Too Disabled to Meet with a Lawyer?

Sometimes, a personal injury is so severe the victim is mentally incapacitated. He or she may have a case for negligence against the party that caused his or her injury, but how is he or she supposed to pursue compensation? Fortunately, there is a way… Read More

How Long Can It Take to Resolve a Medical Malpractice Case in Maryland?

Medical malpractice cases are complex and can take several months or years to resolve. Below, we discuss the steps involved in medical malpractice cases and how much time it may take to reach a resolution. We recommend contacting a Silver Spring medical… Read More

When Can Settlement Negotiations Start and When Can Releases from Liability be Voided?

Maryland restricts at-fault parties from starting settlement negotiations with injury victims before a certain point. There are also laws on when settlements that release at-fault parties from further claims can be voided and liability for parties not… Read More

Medical Expert Requirements for Medical Malpractice Cases

Expert testimony is required in nearly all medical malpractice cases. The role of the expert is to apply his or her knowledge to the complex issues involved in these cases. The expert explains why your health care provider was negligent in his or her… Read More

Preserving Evidence for a Personal Injury Claim

When you get injured in an accident, you may be eligible to pursue compensation for the damages your injuries have caused. There are certain steps you can take that may help preserve your claim, such as trying to preserve evidence at the scene. Contact… Read More

Can Nursing Staff be Held Liable for Medical Malpractice?

When people think of who commits medical malpractice, it is common to think of a doctor, but sometimes, medical malpractice is committed by nurses. Any medical professional could potentially be held liable for medical malpractice, including nurses or… Read More

How Cerebral Palsy Could be Caused by Medical Malpractice

Some children may develop cerebral palsy due to the carelessness of doctors and other medical professionals during labor or delivery. Below, our firm discusses how cerebral palsy may be caused by medical malpractice. If you believe medical malpractice… Read More

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