On early Saturday morning March 24, 2018, a 23-year-old Maryland man lost his life when the Subaru he was driving collided with a traffic signal pole in the Reston area, according to police. The young man was the lone occupant of the car at the time of the crash. Investigators believe the cause of […]
When you and your loved one make a decision to move into a nursing home facility, you may feel like you are at the mercy of the nursing home management and staff. Your family is entrusting someone you love into the care of others you do not personally know. This can be a difficult […]
One of the toughest legal areas in workers’ compensation is the difference between an employee and an independent contractor. Most of the times, this distinction is not complicated. You’re an employee. It’s very obvious you’re an employee. You work for someone. You get a W-2. Or you’re an independent contractor. You own your own […]
Autonomous vehicles have become an increasing reality on the roadways over the past decade. More manufacturers are producing and releasing autonomous and semi-autonomous cars and trucks every month. Although we understand the concept of how autonomous vehicles can present a significant benefit to motorists and passengers, at this present time of their technological development, […]
Maryland firefighters and police have access to extensive benefits and protections in the event they suffer work-related injuries or illnesses. These first responders are constantly facing high levels of risk on the job that threaten their physical safety and well-being. These risks also occur during activities such as maintenance and training.
The Maryland Workers’ Compensation […]
Recently a motorcyclist was involved in a multi-vehicle collision (one motorcycle and two cars) that resulted in the death of the motorcyclist. According to a local news report, the driver of the vehicle was proceeding to cross a multilane road and failed to properly judge the amount of time he had to pass through […]
The American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) reports that an increasing number of elderly nursing home residents are experiencing eviction each year. In fact, in the state of California, over 1,500 elderly individuals claim they were removed against their will from their nursing home. This issue has received national attention in part because evidence […]