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What May Cause Personal Injury Claims to go to Trial?

Generally, personal injury claims are resolved through a settlement between both parties. Compensation is usually paid by an insurance company. However, there are times when both parties cannot reach a settlement. Often, the insurance company’s settlement… Read More

Should I File a Claim if I Was Injured in a Bicycle Accident?

If you were involved in a bicycle accident as a rider, you could be eligible for compensation, as the driver may be at fault. Many bicycle accidents are the result of drivers not looking for bicyclists, not giving riders enough space or being distracted. Below,… Read More

Recovering Compensation from a Car Accident After The COVID-19 Lockdown

The spread of COVID-19 has forced all of us to make many changes to our daily lifestyles, including how we respond to unexpected events, such as car accidents. If you are involved in an accident, you may have many questions about staying safe while still… Read More

What Happens to Your Workers’ Comp Benefits if You Lose Your Job?

One thing an injured worker on workers’ compensation likely does not plan for is getting fired or laid off from his or her job. Your employer may have fired you in retaliation for seeking workers’ compensation benefits, which is against the law. However,… Read More

Maximizing the Value of Your Personal Injury Claim

When you or a loved one is injured in an accident caused by the negligence of another party, having an experienced attorney evaluate your claim in a free case review could be beneficial to your recovery process. The attorneys at Goldberg Finnegan can… Read More

The Dangers of Agreeing to a Personal Injury Settlement Quickly

Insurance companies are notorious for contacting personal injury victims immediately after an accident to try and settle the claim as quickly as possible. It is important to note that insurers who try to settle injury claims quickly are usually trying… Read More

Mistakes to Avoid in a Personal Injury Claim

As an injured victim, there are several ways you could potentially hurt the value of your personal injury claim. These mistakes and oversights could result in reduced compensation or having your claim denied. Consulting with a knowledgeable attorney could… Read More

Can I Be Sued by my Passengers After a Car Crash?

Passengers who were injured in a car accident may be eligible for compensation to cover medical bills and other damages related to their injuries. Since Maryland is an at-fault state, the driver who is determined to be liable for causing the accident… Read More

If You Are Injured at Work

If you are injured at work in any of the three surrounding jurisdictions (District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia), you are legally entitled to file a workers’ compensation claim for those injuries. While there are some differences among the workers’… Read More

Liability When You Loan Your Car to Someone Else

Car owners often loan their vehicles to friends or family members without thinking of who may be liable if that person gets into an accident. That is why it is important to know whether the person borrowing your car is a safe, responsible driver. If… Read More

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