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Personal injury and malpractice cases can be very complicated and clients frequently have questions about various aspects of their cases from beginning to end.
With that in mind, we wanted to provide our clients and prospective clients with resources to learn more about what to expect and how the law in Maryland operates.
Whether in our FAQ section, or any of the other topics, we hope you find these resources helpful and informative.
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Personal injury claims, like many other areas of the law, can be complex and difficult to understand. The frequently asked questions addressed below are designed to help our clients and prospective clients understand some of the issues commonly involved in personal injury claims in Maryland.
Maryland Case Search
Every case that is filed in a Court in the state of Maryland and every record or filing within those cases is public record (unless sealed by a Court). In the past, if someone wanted to check on the status of a case, they could go to the clerk’s office in that county, pull the case file and determine what the status was.
Contributory Negligence in Maryland
Whether you are involved in a car accident, slip and fall or any other type of personal injury claim, one of the primary issues is who was at fault for the incident. In some cases, fault is not in dispute (such as most rear car crashes), but in many others, fault or liability, can be a subject of great dispute.
Uninsured / Underinsured Motorist Coverage in Maryland
Maryland, like almost every other state in the country, has laws that require all drivers on the road to have auto insurance. But unfortunately, not everybody follows the law and there are a number of people out there who are driving without any insurance.
Government Tort Claims Lawsuits
While most personal injury cases involve claims against individuals in their personal capacity, it is not uncommon for people to be injured as the result of negligence on the part of a governmental entity or employee. For example, many people are hurt in slip and falls on public property or are involved in car accidents with government vehicles.