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    • Differences Between Power Of Attorney And Guardianship

      Differences Between Power Of Attorney And Guardianship

      The authority granted to an individual by a power of attorney document is similar to the authority granted to a legal guardian of a disabled adult; thus, a power of attorney and a guardianship may seem interchangeable.  However, there are […]

    • Legal Preparation Before Having A Baby

      Legal Preparation Before Having A Baby

      You’re having a baby!  Congratulations! You will spend the next 9 months planning and planning and planning some more.  You will research cribs and carseats, reading customer reviews until your eyes cross. You will interview an obstetrician, a doula, a […]

    • Avoidable Chaos After Being Injured

      Avoidable Chaos After Being Injured

      In a recent Maryland Court of Appeals case, the standing question to pursue a personal injury claim was ultimately resolved in favor of the plaintiff. Even though that plaintiff had filed for bankruptcy before she filed her claim in Maryland […]

    • Determining Fault in a Bicycle Accident

      Determining Fault in a Bicycle Accident

      Every year, hundreds of bicyclists die in traffic accidents involving motor vehicles, and thousands more are injured, according to National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) data. Drivers can play a big role in reducing those statistics, but it’s a two-way […]

    • Three Common Causes of Motorcycle Crashes

      Three Common Causes of Motorcycle Crashes

      According to data compiled by the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA), in 2013 motorcyclists accounted for: 14 percent of all traffic fatalities Four percent of all people injured 18 percent of all occupants (driver and passenger) fatalities Four percent […]

    • Expert Witnesses – What They Add to a Personal Injury Case

      Expert Witnesses – What They Add to a Personal Injury Case

      When you bring a personal injury lawsuit, you must be prepared to prove your damages within a reasonable degree of certainty. This doesn’t mean picking a number that seems fair, or simply guessing what happened when facts are in dispute. […]

    • Parking Lot Accidents: Common but Preventable

      Parking Lot Accidents: Common but Preventable

      Parking lots are very busy, and sometimes dangerous places – and most people have been both a hurried driver and a distracted pedestrian as they locate a parking place in a busy parking lot, exit their car, and walk toward […]

    • What’s the Difference Between Personal Injury and Workers’ Compensation?

      What’s the Difference Between Personal Injury and Workers’ Compensation?

      When an employee is injured on the job, the remedies available to him may include workers’ compensation and/or a personal injury lawsuit, but many people do not understand the difference between the two. Workers’ Compensation Workers compensation is an insurance […]

    • Damages Available in a Wrongful Death Case

      Damages Available in a Wrongful Death Case

      When someone dies due to the fault of another person or entity, compensation for the family of the deceased can come through a wrongful death lawsuit. Wrongful death claims can involve a variety of matters, including fatal car accidents, medical […]

    • What is Medical Pay Coverage, and Do I Really Need It?

      What is Medical Pay Coverage, and Do I Really Need It?

      With car insurance premiums rising, some people have cut corners by dropping medical payments coverage, commonly known as med pay, from their policies, especially if they have health insurance. But is dropping med pay really a good idea? The Benefits […]