Pain and Suffering Injury Claim Maryland

All personal injury cases are comprised of two types of damages – economic and non-economic. Pain and suffering falls into the latter. How pain and suffering is calculated, however, depends on a complicated number of factors and circumstances. Calculating damages in a personal injury case Economic damages are relatively easy to calculate. These include things…

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Bus Collision Maryland

A Clinton, MD resident recently lost his life when his vehicle crashed head-on into a Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) Metro Bus. A police report stated that on January 21, Marion Dante Fields, age 24, was driving a Nissan Altima when he collided with the Metro bus around 11:53pm. According to the police report,…

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Tesla Autopilot Accidents

A teen is finding himself under fire after a November 2020 TikTok has resurfaced, showing him misusing his Tesla Autopilot feature. Tens of thousands of viewers are sharing and commenting on the video nationwide, along with concerns about the legality of his actions – not to mention the extreme danger and risk to himself and…

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Workplace Injury Maryland

Foot pain is a common curse for employees who work on their feet all day. For instance, workers who stand on cement all day long can suffer significant foot stress and strain that can lead to pain in other parts of the body. If you injure a toe, a foot, or an ankle at work,…

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Value of Expert Witnesses in Your Car Accident Case

Have you suffered injuries in a car crash? If so, the burden of proof is on you to prove the liability of another party. This means you need evidence to establish fault and the extent of your injuries and their financial cost. This can be a monumental task without an experienced car accident attorney. To…

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Coronavirus liability shields

Medical errors take the lives of thousands of patients each year; even greater numbers of patients are injured. When hospitals are responsible for causing patient harm, they may attempt to cover it up to avoid being held liable for the harm they caused. Recently, legislators have been discussing liability shields for hospitals and medical personnel…

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Balance Billing - Surprise Medical Bills

For years, people who sought emergency care were subjected to “balance billing” – the practice of charging patients additional money when their care was provided by an out-of-network doctor, specialist, or facility. While some states have individually banned these surprise medical bills, there was no federal regulation until now. Within the most recent relief package…

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The Dangers of Truck Tire Blowouts

Truck accidents can be some of the most destructive and devastating accidents that occur on roadways. Many times, the most seriously affected victims of these accidents are those who occupied the passenger vehicles in these crashes. Truck accidents are often the result of driver error, but may also be caused by tire blowouts. According to…

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Construction Jobs Lead the Way in Workplace Fatalities

Maryland construction workers put their health and safety on the line performing dangerous work every day. Hazards exist for these workers even when they follow all prescribed safety standards. According to research by AdvisorSmith, 8 of the 25 most fatal jobs and industries in 2018 were in construction: Roofers Ironworkers Power linemen Crane operators Construction…

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