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Why Maximum Medical Improvement is Important to Your Car Crash Claim

Maximum medical improvement is a term commonly used in workers’ compensation claims, but it also applies after a car crash. Often, insurance companies will try to get accident victims to accept a quick lowball settlement offer after a car crash. However,… Read More

Factors That May Delay Reaching a Settlement in a Car Crash Claim

After a car crash, victims often have expensive medical bills and other financial burdens to manage while trying to recover. Unfortunately, this places a lot of stress on both the victims and their families, especially when the injuries are severe and… Read More

How Victims with Preexisting Injuries May Hurt their Car Crash Claims

When an accident victim’s preexisting injury is aggravated in a car crash, he or she may wonder whether it will hurt his or her chances of securing compensation. However, a preexisting injury is less of a problem than certain missteps victims may make… Read More

Can I File a Car Crash Claim if My Insurance Policy Lapsed?

In Maryland, like most states, drivers are required to carry car insurance. Keeping that policy active will help ensure you have the coverage you need should you be involved in a collision. Drivers who ignore this law or allow their policy to lapse could… Read More

Can At-Fault Drivers Use the Sudden Medical Emergency Defense in Maryland?

Maryland drivers owe a duty of care to each other to take reasonable steps to avoid causing harm to themselves or others on the road. For example, drivers are expected to obey traffic laws. However, what if a driver suffers a sudden medical emergency… Read More

Can I File a Claim for Hearing Loss Caused by a Car Crash?

Hearing loss due to a collision happens more often than you might think. It is a valid car crash injury that should not be ignored. Getting treatment as quickly as possible is critical to help avoid permanent hearing loss. Learn about the types of car… Read More

How Speeding Impacts the Severity of Your Car Crash Injuries

Millions of people in the U.S. are injured or killed in car crashes each year. While there are many reasons why car crashes can cause severe or fatal injuries, speeding is one of the leading factors in serious and/or fatal accidents. Goldberg Finnegan… Read More

Liability for a Crash Caused by Failure to Signal

Turn signals are simple tools designed to help prevent accidents. When used correctly, they notify other drivers of your intention to turn or change lanes. Yet despite how easy it is to use a turn signal to help lower the risk of a crash, turn signal… Read More

Is the Turning Driver Always at Fault for a Left-Turn Accident?

It is important to understand when attempting to make a left turn you must always yield the right of way to oncoming traffic and proceed with caution when it is safe to do so. Mistakes during these types of turns can result in serious accidents and may… Read More

Who May Be Liable for an Accident Caused by a Road Hazard?

Road hazards are often the result of another party’s negligence, which means that party may be liable if someone gets injured in an accident. For example, the other party could be liable for not warning drivers about the danger or failing to fix or remove… Read More

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