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Why You Cannot Rely on Doctors and Hospitals to Avoid Medication Errors

Medical malpractice can happen for a variety of reasons. Surgeons who operate on the wrong body part, physicians who misdiagnose a debilitating condition, or doctors who fail to follow up with a patient could all be found at fault for medical malpractice.… Read More

Things NOT to do When Filing a Personal Injury Lawsuit

Dealing with an injury caused by the actions of someone else is often difficult, especially when you miss time from work and are struggling to pay the bills and provide for your family. Even though you are in desperate need of compensation from a personal… Read More

Signs Your Insurance Company May Be Acting in Bad Faith to Avoid Paying a Claim

Your insurance company owes you a duty to act in good faith when handling insurance claims. Despite this, insurers often act in bad faith. They may do a poor job of communicating, wrongfully deny your claim or fail to thoroughly investigate. These actions… Read More

What Are Some Misconceptions Regarding Car Accident Injury Claims?

Many injured drivers and passengers hold misconceptions about car accident injury claims. A little bit of research can often prove these misconceptions false. For example, there is no guarantee of you receiving fair compensation, even when the other driver… Read More

Pedestrian-Related Fatalities in Maryland Increase by 25 Percent

Pedestrians hit by motor vehicles often sustain serious or even fatal injuries because they do not have any protection. According to a new report released by the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA), the number of pedestrian-related fatalities… Read More

The Importance of Preserving Evidence in a Maryland Truck Accident Case

After a truck accident, the next step after seeking medical care for your injuries is to begin preserving evidence. Evidence can be pivotal to proving fault, determining the extent of your damages, and pursuing compensation for your injuries. Our Silver… Read More

Why Keeping a Personal Injury Journal Can Help Protect Your Claim

After an accident, keeping a personal injury journal is one of the most important things you can do to help protect your claim. Aside from accident reports and medical records, a personal injury journal can serve as evidence to help strengthen your claim… Read More

What Will the Insurance Adjuster Ask Me After a Car Accident?

When you file an insurance claim after a car accident, an insurance adjuster will contact you for more details about the incident. Especially when recovering from an injury, their questioning can feel overwhelming. An insurance adjuster works for the… Read More

The Impact of Social Media on Personal Injury Cases

Many people use various social media platforms to keep in touch with friends and family. They may also go on these sites for community support after being injured. However, insurance companies and defense attorneys often troll through these platforms… Read More

Why Following Too Closely Can Lead to Dangerous Rear-End Accidents

Rear-end accidents can result in serious injuries and even death. Many rear-end accidents in Maryland and throughout the U.S. are caused when one motorist fails to leave enough distance between his vehicle and the one in front of him or her. Drivers who… Read More

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