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Sep 26, 2016

September Looks Like a Rough Month for Auto Recalls

By |Sep 26, 2016|Auto Accidents, News, Products Liability, Safety|0 Comments

The number of auto recalls for 2016 was extraordinary – and it does not appear to be winding down as the year comes to a close. In fact, it looks as though auto manufacturers will be ramping up the recalls over the next few weeks. Between September 8, 2016 and September 9, 2016, five […]

Sep 22, 2016

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Phones – the Latest in a Long List of Products with Bad Batteries

By |Sep 22, 2016|News, Products Liability, Safety|0 Comments

It started with the hoverboards, and then moved onto e-cigarettes. Now it is the latest smartphone from Samsung, the Galaxy Note 7, which is being recalled because of an issue with the battery. More than 2.5 million phones are being recalled, according to the Baltimore Sun, including one million here in the U.S.

The batteries […]

Sep 19, 2016

Protecting Your Elderly Parents Starts with the Right Choice of Care

By |Sep 19, 2016|Uncategorized|0 Comments

As far as states go, Maryland is pretty “young:” according to Census data, only about 14% of our population is aged 65 or older. For those of us with parents who are elderly, there may come a time where we need to consider helping our loved ones relocate to a nursing home, to better […]

Sep 15, 2016

The CDC Has Labeled Sepsis as a “Medical Emergency”

By |Sep 15, 2016|Medical Malpractice, Safety|0 Comments

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued a warning about sepsis, a potentially fatal complication of infections. When caught in time, sepsis can be treated, but a delay can lead to serious injury or even death. (Both actress Patty Duke and boxer Muhammad Ali died of sepsis-related complications this year.)

The illness moves […]

Sep 12, 2016

Collecting Social Security Disability for an “Invisible” Health Condition

By |Sep 12, 2016|Social Security Disability|0 Comments

The Social Security Administration offers disability benefits to people who have sustained a disabling injury or illness that leaves them unable to work. Some conditions – for example, blindness or terminal cancer – are easy to diagnose, and claimants often have a good chance at receiving benefits as long as they fit the eligibility […]

Sep 8, 2016

The Hazards of Bicycle and Car Door Accidents

By |Sep 8, 2016|Auto Accidents, Bicycle Accidents, Personal Injury, Safety|0 Comments

Bicyclists have many hazards to contend with when they must interact with drivers on the roadways. Drivers must also be on the lookout for bicyclists and other moving vehicles when they open their doors after having parked their cars. “Dooring” laws require that people who are exiting a vehicle make sure that it is […]

Sep 6, 2016

Tragedy Strikes Bel Air Family after Car Erupts in Flames

By |Sep 6, 2016|Auto Accidents, News, Personal Injury, Products Liability|0 Comments

On the afternoon of August 20, 2016, a woman named Stacy Pell-Boulan was driving her two children, 4-year-old Caitlyn and 16-year-old Michael, down Route 24, near the Harford Mall in Bel Air. For reasons that are still under investigation, Mrs. Pell-Boulan’s car, a Lincoln SUV, veered off to the left. The SUV struck the […]

Sep 2, 2016

6 Safety Tips for Drivers Now That School is Back in Session

By |Sep 2, 2016|Auto Accidents, Distracted Driving|0 Comments

The end of summer is drawing near, which means the invasion of the big yellow buses is about to start. It also means Baltimore drivers are likely to see more congestion on the roads, from teachers coming back to work and an increase in student pedestrians alike. This leads to a greater chance of […]

Aug 24, 2016

Contaminated Colonoscopy Scopes Have Experts Seeking New Solutions

By |Aug 24, 2016|Medical Malpractice, News, Products Liability, Safety|0 Comments

We understand that most people would prefer not to undergo such a treatment, but the risks associated with this common procedure are minimal, and are outweighed by the benefits of early detection. They are your first line of defense against colorectal cancer, and they can help determine whether or not a patient is suffering […]

Aug 22, 2016

What’s in a Name? Holding Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Accountable for Defective Generic Drugs

By |Aug 22, 2016|Dangerous Drugs, Products Liability, Safety|0 Comments

Brand name drugs are expensive, whether they are prescribed or sold over-the-counter. For this reason, many insurance companies will not pick up the full cost of the drug, and instead offer their policyholders a much lower, more manageable payment for the generic brands. It seems like a good deal to most patients – the […]

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