Can I Sue my Landlord if I am Injured in my Apartment in Maryland?

When you move into an apartment, you trust that your landlord will keep the property maintained. But, this is not always the case. If something is overlooked, serious accidents can occur, causing tenants to sustain life-altering injuries. Read on to learn more about apartment accidents in Maryland. Common Causes of Apartment Accidents If a property […]

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Traffic Deaths on the Rise | Maryland Car Accidents

According to the National Safety Council (NSC), the increase in the rate of 2020 motor vehicle deaths in the U.S. was the largest since 1924. The NSC estimates that 42,060 people have died in U.S. car accidents in 2020. Surprisingly, this has occurred with a major decrease in road traffic due to COVID-19, stay-at-home orders, […]

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What if I am Injured in an Airport? | What to Know

Many people have a fear of flying, after all, traveling on a plane can be a frightening thought. But, most people don’t consider the dangers of an airport itself. Because airports are so large and so busy, a lot can go wrong. Read on to learn more about airport accidents in Maryland and what you […]

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The Dos and Don’ts of Posting on Social Media After an Injury

Social media is a huge part of our lives. Most of us post about major events, both good and bad. It is a way to keep in touch with our friends and family and remain engaged. In the event of an injury, when it comes to posting on social media, you must be extremely cautious. […]

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What to Bring to an Initial Consultation With Our Maryland Firm

When someone is injured in an accident due to no fault of their own, they will often seek financial compensation to help them heal. The first step of the personal injury claims process is scheduling an initial consultation. That being said, you should prepare for your initial consultation so we can work to represent you […]

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Can I Sue on Behalf of My Child in Maryland?

As a parent, you do everything to protect your child. Unfortunately, this is not always enough, as you cannot prevent the negligence of others. If your child was recently injured in an accident due to no fault of his or her own, there is a very good chance that you are now seeking financial compensation […]

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Tips For Homeowners Regarding Halloween Safety

This Halloween, if you plan on decorating your home and having trick-or-treaters over, you are most likely also looking to protect their safety as well. Not only should you do this, but you are legally obligated to. The law requires all property owners to ensure their property is safe for all who enter it, provided […]

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What You Should Know About Department Store Accidents in Maryland

Most of us do not picture department stores as particularly dangerous places, however, there are times where department store ownership or staff are negligent, and all too often, this can cause serious accidents. Please continue reading and speak with our Maryland personal injury attorneys to learn more about department store accidents, what to do if […]

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Elevator Accidents in Maryland | What You Need to Know

While elevator accidents are not nearly as common as, say, car accidents, the truth is, serious accidents can occur anyplace, anytime, and elevators are no exceptions. If you are someone who was recently injured due to a malfunctioning elevator, you are most likely now seeking financial compensation to help cover the cost of your injuries. […]

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Will I Have to Sue My Friend if I am Injured on His Property in Maryland?

If you have been injured on your friend’s property due to his or her negligence, you most likely feel torn about how to proceed. Of course, you do not want to sue your friend, though this does not change the fact that you are severely injured. Fortunately, there may be a way forward that will […]

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