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September 24, 2018

The average accident typically does not involve ambulances and trips to the hospital. Most are what are termed ‘fender benders’. Nonetheless, fender benders may result in relatively high settlements. Therefore, it is important to stay calm and exercise good judgment to...

September 21, 2018

Generally, when an accident occurs which results in seemingly minor or soft tissue injuries, many victims presume that they can handle the case themselves and in some cases, they may very well be able to do so. However, due to inexperience and an overall shortfall in k...

September 21, 2018

An accident has occurred through no fault of yours. Your car is insured as required by law but your car is also damaged and worse yet, you sustained various injuries – back pains, headaches or even fractures. You request insurance information from the at-fault driver o...

September 21, 2018

Many people want to know when to expect a settlement check before the ink dries from signing the retainer agreement. No one can make promises but certain indicators provide guidance.

July 25, 2018

According to statistics published by the Maryland Department of Transportation for the year 2016, there were 1,291 injuries and 75 fatalities from motorcycle accidents in Maryland. Given a large number of motorcyclists in Maryland, both drivers and cyclists must work t...

July 25, 2018

Maryland is one four states (along with Alabama, North Carolina, and Virginia plus the District of Columbia) that recognize the Contributory Negligence Rule, which says that a damaged party cannot recover any damages if it is even 1% at fault. The following examples se...

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