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For as many years as I’ve practiced law, every case still presents a different set of facts and requires personal and unique attention. The purpose of this blog is to share that insight and experience with you so that, if you are ever in a car accident or have a personal injury or medical malpractice claim in Baltimore or anywhere in Maryland, you will know some of the initial steps you need to take to ensure that your rights are protected. We’ll take it from there . . .

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Calculating Pain And Suffering Damages

Calculating Pain And Suffering Damages

If you have been injured in an auto accident, slip and fall or other form of negligence, you may be entitled to receive compensation. Personal injury losses such as medical costs and lost wages are usually fairly simple to calculate with exact documented amounts....

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How Do you Choose a Personal Injury Attorney?

How Do you Choose a Personal Injury Attorney?

One of the unfortunate realities of being a personal injury attorney is the common stereotype that follows our chosen profession. We all know what I mean; the ambulance chaser who cares more about his or her own bottom line than they do the best interests of their...

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Can I Change Lawyers During my Personal Injury Case?

Can I Change Lawyers During my Personal Injury Case?

Almost every week, I get phone calls from individuals who have ongoing cases with personal injury lawyers, but who complain that their current attorney is not communicating with them. They do not receive regular updates on their cases and when they call their attorney...

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COVID-19 Crash Statistics: Increase in Car Accident Deaths

COVID-19 Crash Statistics: Increase in Car Accident Deaths

One the side effects of the COVID-19 pandemic is that, with stay at home orders still in place in Maryland and many other states, fewer people are out and about. And that also means fewer drivers on the road. Logically, one would think that this would correlate with...

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