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Feb 19, 2018

Stolen Pain Pills Are Stealing Patients’ Quality of Life

By |Feb 19, 2018|News, Safety|0 Comments

Stealing patients’ pain medications is something that has gone on for many years, but lately the opioid epidemic has shone a brighter light on the problems of drug diversion. The path to the patient for prescription pain medications is complicated, and the medications pass through many hands before they reach the patient. If a […]

Feb 16, 2018

SSD: Am I Eligible to Apply?

By |Feb 16, 2018|Social Security Disability|0 Comments

In order to apply for Social Security Disability, the most general rule is that you need to have worked five out of the last 10 years at the point when you became disabled.

So, let’s just use 2005 as an example. Let’s say you stopped working in 2005. You’d probably need to be found disabled […]

Feb 14, 2018

The FDA’s New Medical Device Proposal May Exceed its Legal Authority

By |Feb 14, 2018|News, Safety|0 Comments

In December 2017, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) proposed a new, fast-track pathway for medical devices seeking approval for marketing to the public. The Food and Drug Administration has an existing fast track process, which is called 501(k), but the new fast track process (per the FDA) will create an even faster […]

Feb 12, 2018

Substandard Hospice Care Leaves Dying Patients in a Lurch and Family Members Frustrated

By |Feb 12, 2018|Medical Malpractice, News|0 Comments

Hospice care is palliative. It is reserved for those patients whose end is near, and who wish to spend their final days in comfort – usually at home. While all patients deserve compassion, there is something special about hospice patients, who trust their caregivers to help them in their end stages – and to […]

Feb 7, 2018

Do All My Medical Conditions Matter?

By |Feb 7, 2018|Social Security Disability|0 Comments

When you’re applying for Social Security Disability, every medical condition you have can be part of the claim. It may not be the most serious thing that you have, but the combination of all of them can be what renders you disabled. You may have a case where you have one medical problem that’s […]

Feb 5, 2018

Additional Workers’ Compensation Benefits for Law Enforcement, Firefighters, and Paramedics

By |Feb 5, 2018|Personal Injury, Workers Compensation|0 Comments

Police officers, firefighters, and other public safety workers are often exposed to increased risks, dangers, and health hazards. Maryland’s workers’ compensation laws recognize the added stress public safety workers face, and afford public safety employees additional benefits because of those stresses. We wanted to outline those benefits here, so that the people who protect […]

Jan 31, 2018

I Got Hurt Driving Home from Work. Is This a Work Injury?

By |Jan 31, 2018|Workers Compensation|0 Comments

If you get hurt while you’re driving either to work or home from work, generally that’s not going to be a covered workers’ compensation claim. It’s called the “going and coming rule,” which means when you’re going to and coming from work, you are not generally covered by workers’ compensation.

However, there are exceptions to […]

Jan 29, 2018

A Solution for Deadly Train Derailments Exists, But Most Trains Don’t Have It

By |Jan 29, 2018|Personal Injury|0 Comments

When you hear about a train derailment on the news lately, you often hear the phrase “positive train control.” This potentially life-saving system, if installed and operational on rail lines, could save the lives of train passengers from coast to coast.  For a variety of reasons, most railway systems do not have  “positive train […]

Jan 17, 2018

Current State of Dog Bite Law (Presumption)

By |Jan 17, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments

The current state of dog bite law in Maryland is that if a dog attacks someone, it’s presumed that the owner of the dog knew the dog was dangerous prior to that attack happening.

This is a big change from how it used to be, where if a dog attacked somebody, the injured victim had […]

Jan 10, 2018

What if the At-Fault Driver Lacks Insurance?

By |Jan 10, 2018|Auto Accidents|0 Comments

Every automobile policy in Maryland has uninsured motorist coverage to protect you if the at-fault driver does not have insurance. Every policy in Maryland also has under-insured motorist coverage so that if the at-fault driver does not have enough insurance, you still will be protected. There are many avenues for us to seek other […]

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