What Happens When Your Accident Was Caused by an Uninsured Motorist?

Posted on : May 15, 2019
car-accident
Life can change in an instant when you’re involved in a car accident. The costs of being in a car accident can be astronomical, especially if you or a loved one were severely injured in the collision. If the driver who hit you does not have insurance at all or doesn’t have enough insurance to [Read More]

What Is Compensable in a Slip and Fall Accident?

Posted on : April 25, 2019
Maryland Attorney for Slip and Falls
Slip and fall accidents are common in Maryland and they can cause injuries that range from mild to severe. Many people mistakenly believe that a slip and fall accident is simply an accident, however, if the personal injury occurs on someone else’s property, you may be able to collect compensation. Here’s what you need to [Read More]

What Should I Say After a Car Accident?

Posted on : March 19, 2019
Attorney For Maryland Car Accident Injuries
After a car accident, adrenaline is running high. It can be hard to think rationally about what you should (and shouldn’t say), but what comes out of your mouth at the scene of a car crash can have a significant impact on any case you want to bring forward in the future. Here are some [Read More]

How Do I Know If My Dog Bite Is Infected?

Posted on : February 21, 2019
Dog Bite Infections, Personal Injury Lawyer
Dog Bite Infections: What You Need To Know Any wound can become infected, but a dog bite creates a higher risk of infection due to the amount of bacteria dogs have in their mouth. Couple this with the potential for very deep wounds due to a dog’s sharp teeth and an infection can get serious [Read More]

Were You the Victim of Emergency Room Negligence?

Posted on : January 17, 2019
Attorney For Emergency Room Negligence in Maryland
When A Visit To The ER Goes Wrong When you are in severe pain, seriously ill, or have been injured, a trip to the emergency room is often unwanted but necessary. When you visit the ER, you expect for the physicians there to order the appropriate diagnostic tests and provide you with quick treatment and [Read More]

Who Can Be Held Liable in My Truck Accident Case?

Posted on : December 17, 2018
Truck Accident Injury Lawyer In Maryland
Truck Accident Liability: What You Need To Know Suffering an injury as a result of a truck accident can be life-changing. If you’re critically or permanently injured, it may never be the same again — and the likelihood of catastrophic injuries is higher with truck accidents than it is with car-on-car accidents. Here’s what you [Read More]

Can a Motorcycle Helmet Save Your Life?

Posted on : December 13, 2018
Motorcycle Accident Injury Attorney
Motorcycle accidents are unfortunately not all that uncommon. However, injuries tend to be lessened when the rider is wearing the proper protective gear. Learn about what Maryland law has to say about helmets when riding a motorcycle and how it may save your life in the event that you’re involved in a motorcycle accident. Maryland [Read More]

How Soon Should You File a Lawsuit After a Car Accident?

Posted on : October 23, 2018
Maryland Car Accident Attorney, Avid Personal Injury
If you’ve been injured in a car accident due to someone else’s negligence or carelessness, you will likely want to file a personal injury claim. However, when you should file it is a little more complicated. You can’t handle a car accident case on your own, but when exactly do you bring a lawyer into [Read More]

What Are the Signs of Nursing Home Abuse?

Posted on : September 24, 2018
Maryland Nursing Home Abuse Attorney
When you place your elderly loved one in the care of a nursing home, you expect that they will be properly taken care of. You’ve vetted the nursing home, interviewed the staff, and looked at the room your loved one will be staying in. Everything seems like it will be fine. Unfortunately, nursing homes in [Read More]

Should You Handle a Maryland Car Accident Claim Privately?

Posted on : August 18, 2018
Handling Car Accident Privately
In some cases of car accidents, the at-fault party may try to ask if they can handle the issue privately instead of filing the claim with their insurance. This is most often the case with “fender benders” or minor collisions, and they may offer to pay you personally for medical bills and vehicle repair. Should [Read More]