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What Are the Four Types of Negligence?

How Long Do You Have to Sue Someone for a Personal Injury in Maryland?

3 Common Mistakes in Personal Injury Cases

What is a Personal Injury?

How to Choose the Right Personal Injury Lawyer

How to Reduce Motorcycle Accidents

Do You Need a Dash Cam?

Do You Need a Protective Order?

What Makes a Personal Injury Case “Catastrophic”?

The Leading Causes of Commercial Truck Accidents

What Are the Four Types of Negligence?

Category: Maryland Personal Injury
August 28, 2020

In legal terms, Negligence is when someone that is responsible for another person’s care, acts in a way that can or has resulted in harm. In medical situations, daycare, or home care, negligence is a top concern, as those receiving care are often unable to protect themselves, making them more susceptible to negligence. What you […]

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How Long Do You Have to Sue Someone for a Personal Injury in Maryland?

Category: Maryland Personal Injury
July 15, 2020

A common personal injury-related question our team gets is, “How long do you have to sue someone for personal injury in Maryland?” In most cases, it is three years from the date of said incident resulting in a personal injury. That said, there are different circumstances where this time frame does not apply and may […]

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3 Common Mistakes in Personal Injury Cases

Category: Maryland Personal Injury
October 30, 2019

When you’ve sustained an injury due to the negligence of another person, it’s best to work with a professional lawyer in order to get compensation for damages. You don’t have to suffer the hardships of expensive medical bills, missed time at work, accumulating household expenses, or the loss of future earnings. Here are the mistakes […]

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What is a Personal Injury?

Category: Maryland Personal Injury
October 2, 2019

Personal injury is the legal term for an injury sustained by a person, as opposed to property. Liability is a large factor in personal injury cases, and the laws surrounding these situations can be quite tricky. Because of this, we have answered for you some common questions we get about personal injury law in Towson, […]

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How to Choose the Right Personal Injury Lawyer

Category: Maryland Personal Injury
September 12, 2019

When you suffer an injury, it’s vital to work with a reliable and licensed personal injury lawyer in Towson, MD who can help you recover damages and get you the compensation you deserve. Here is a quick guide on what to look for in a personal injury lawyer. Experience with Your Personal Injury The ideal […]

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How to Reduce Motorcycle Accidents

Category: Maryland Personal Injury
July 24, 2019

Though driving a motorcycle may be one of the most adventurous things on the planet, it can also be one of the most dangerous. Personal injury cases involving motorcycle accidents are often some of the most gruesome, with catastrophic injuries involving spinal and cranial damage. Before you are involved in an accident with someone riding […]

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Do You Need a Dash Cam?

Category: Maryland Car Accidents,Maryland Personal Injury
July 16, 2019

Many major roadways today are covered by cameras, but what happens if you get into an accident on one that’s not? If you’re unfortunate enough to have this happen to you, (after seeking medical attention) you’ll have to deal with the insurance companies afterwards. Without a camera it could be left to a “he says […]

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Do You Need a Protective Order?

Category: Maryland Family Law,Maryland Personal Injury
June 5, 2019

Domestic abuse unfortunately happens far too often. We don’t live in a perfect world, but that doesn’t mean you’re powerless. Victims of abuse have the ability to seek out a protective order, which can protect them. We wanted to take some time today to talk about what a protective order is/does and how you can […]

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What Makes a Personal Injury Case “Catastrophic”?

Category: Maryland Personal Injury
May 22, 2019

Personal injury cases at times may escalate when the injury is classified as catastrophic. In these situations, a personal injury lawyer in Maryland will be able to help you to what is rightfully yours. Classifying these particular personal injury cases as catastrophic is important because these life-altering situations can qualify you for better compensation and […]

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The Leading Causes of Commercial Truck Accidents

Category: Maryland Personal Injury
April 23, 2019

Commercial truck accidents happen and cars can get caught up in them. The differences between these accidents and car accidents can be hard to understand without a commercial truck accident lawyer in Maryland. From the different set of legal and practical problems to the typically more serious injuries, it’s important that you have a trusted […]

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