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May 17, 2019

Maryland General Assembly Passes Laws Designed to Increase Access to Affordable Prescription Drugs and Healthcare

By |May 17th, 2019|Medical Malpractice, News|Comments Off on Maryland General Assembly Passes Laws Designed to Increase Access to Affordable Prescription Drugs and Healthcare

The healthcare system in Maryland has been provided another opportunity for improvement. Two separate pieces of landmark legislation have arrived on the desk of Governor Hogan for his consideration. New Prescription Drug Affordability Board The outlandish costs of prescription drugs for Maryland residents is addressed by this first bill. It is designed to draw down the costs of some of the most expensive prescription drugs on the market. The bill creates a Prescription Drug Affordability [...]

Apr 26, 2019

New High Chair Standards Were Approved to Increase Child Safety

By |April 26th, 2019|Products Liability|Comments Off on New High Chair Standards Were Approved to Increase Child Safety

Manufacturers of baby high chairs will now have to conform to a revised set of standards for their design. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has recently issued a new federal standard aimed at enhancing the safety of all high chairs. The standards cover high chairs designed for home use as well as restaurant use. In putting together the new CPSC standards, the Commission analyzed the existing voluntary high chair recommendations provided by ASTM [...]

Apr 19, 2019

Short- and Long-Term Effects of a Concussion

By |April 19th, 2019|Brain Injuries|Comments Off on Short- and Long-Term Effects of a Concussion

A concussion is a mild form of TBI. It results from a sudden jolt or shaking of the head. It can occur as a result of a fall, car crash impact, sports injury, or other traumatic event. Regardless of how you suffered a concussion, it is a dangerous condition and must be treated properly to prevent sustained and long term damage to the brain’s fragile substance and tissues. The initial symptoms of a concussion are [...]

Apr 10, 2019

Fatal Bus Crash with Tractor-Trailer in Clinton

By |April 10th, 2019|Auto Accidents, Wrongful Death|Comments Off on Fatal Bus Crash with Tractor-Trailer in Clinton

A fatal bus crash occurred this morning on southbound Branch Avenue at Surratts Road in Clinton, Maryland. According to Price George’s County police, there were multiple vehicles involved in the collision, including a tractor-trailer. At this time, it is reported that one woman has died, and eight people have sustained injuries. The bus was on its way to Charles H. Flowers High School when it collided with the commercial truck. A car was trapped between [...]

Apr 2, 2019

Fully Loaded Truck Creates Chain Reaction Wreck, Resulting in Two Fatalities

By |April 2nd, 2019|Truck Accidents|Comments Off on Fully Loaded Truck Creates Chain Reaction Wreck, Resulting in Two Fatalities

In a truck accident earlier this year, officials pointed to the failure of the truck driver to control his speed. The crash, unfortunately, took the lives of two individuals. In addition to speed, indications also pointed to the possibility of improperly loaded cargo as a contributing cause of the accident. According to a news report from SoMDNews, the crash took place while three passenger cars were waiting in line for the lead vehicle to make [...]

Mar 26, 2019

Hospital Errors in Maryland Have Dropped, but Improvement Is Still Needed

By |March 26th, 2019|Medical Malpractice|Comments Off on Hospital Errors in Maryland Have Dropped, but Improvement Is Still Needed

Millions of Americans visit hospitals each year. Generally, we put a large amount of trust into the hands of medical professionals to help us recover from injuries and illnesses. However, far too often the negligence of medical personnel can increase the risk of adding to our health dilemma with further injury or illness. Fortunately, there is a little bit of good news. It concerns a recent downward trend in hospital errors. The Leapfrog Group conducted [...]

Mar 21, 2019

Drowsy Driving Can Be as Deadly as Drunk Driving

By |March 21st, 2019|Auto Accidents, Truck Accidents|Comments Off on Drowsy Driving Can Be as Deadly as Drunk Driving

In March 2018, the driver of a Family Dollar store tractor-trailer fell asleep and crashed his rig into a tanker truck, resulting in a serious fire that almost took the driver’s life. The big-rig driver barely escaped, but suffered some injuries. The tanker truck driver was not injured. However, not all incidents involving drowsy driving end with this fortunate of an outcome. Each year in the United States, 6000 car accidents resulting in fatalities are [...]

Mar 19, 2019

Distracted Doctoring – a Disturbing Trend Threatening the Health of Patients

By |March 19th, 2019|Medical Malpractice|Comments Off on Distracted Doctoring – a Disturbing Trend Threatening the Health of Patients

You’ve probably heard of distracted driving. However, the term “distracted doctoring” may be a brand new concept to you. Like any Professional, Employee or Worker, Doctors may become distracted by the mobile devices they carry. Smartphones can jeopardize the safety and health of their patients. Even though these devices provide much more efficient communication and access to data, the phone can also be a tool of distraction that diminishes work performance. In the medical field [...]

Mar 15, 2019

Complicated Liability Issues Involving Construction Zones and Car Accidents

By |March 15th, 2019|Auto Accidents|Comments Off on Complicated Liability Issues Involving Construction Zones and Car Accidents

A crash in Aberdeen, Maryland in mid-October 2017 resulted in an extensive disruption of traffic. The crash, which occurred in a construction zone area at the intersection of Route 22 and Beards Hill Road, downed a light pole and disabled the operation of traffic lights. The incident forced drivers to avoid the intersection for several hours and follow an alternate traffic pattern. All too often, the environment around construction zones is prone to vehicular accidents. [...]

Mar 11, 2019

Common Questions at Social Security Hearings

By |March 11th, 2019|Social Security Disability|Comments Off on Common Questions at Social Security Hearings

Many applicants lose their initial request for Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) benefits. The next step is to appeal the denial to the hearing office for a hearing before an administrative law judge. An experienced Disability lawyer helps prepare the applicant’s case in different ways. The lawyer works with your doctors to properly document your medical evidence. The attorney also helps prepare the applicant by reviewing the questions he/she will likely be asked. The categories [...]

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