Common Christmas Tree Hazards

Four Common Christmas Tree Hazards Buying, decorating and putting presents under the Christmas tree is one of the most enduring traditions of the season for those who celebrate the holiday. Unfortunately, Christmas trees can also be dangerous. Let’s break down the four most common Christmas tree hazards – and what you can do to keep
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Personal Injury from Holiday Light Extension Cords

Avoid Holiday Light-Related Injuries with These Tips The holiday season is officially in full swing, and many people get into the festive spirit by decorating the inside and outside of their homes with seasonal decor. Whether you like to keep your holiday decorations simple or go all out with an attention-grabbing display, now is a
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Holiday Work Party with Holiday Treats

Can I File a Claim For an Injury I Got at a Holiday Work Party?

The holiday season is here again – a time for people to celebrate the end of the year and enjoy quality time with family and friends. It’s also the season for workplace parties, and many of us look forward to toasting our business accomplishments with colleagues in a relaxed atmosphere. But what happens if you
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Fried Turkey During Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving Turkey Frying Accidents: Do You Have a Claim?

Thanksgiving is one of the highlights of the year for a lot of people. What could be better than gathering with family and friends to relax, enjoy each other’s company, watch sports on TV and eat great food? Unfortunately, Thanksgiving get-togethers can sometimes lead to accidents and injuries. Let’s talk about one particular type: deep-fried
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Personal Injury Unusual Cases

Unusual Personal Injury Cases in Maryland

When you think of personal injury claims, both here in Maryland and throughout the country, car accidents might be the first thing that comes to mind. There’s a good reason for this: auto accidents are the leading cause of personal injury claims in the United States, accounting for over 50% of cases. Slip-and-fall accidents and
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Storm Damage - Lightening in the Sky

Personal Injury Claims After a Storm – What to Know and What to Do

Like it or not, storms are a part of life. We can’t control when they happen or how serious they are, and even if we do everything we possibly can to prepare for them, they sometimes cause damage. If you’ve experienced property damage or personal injury as the result of a storm, you may be
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State of Maryland Statue

How Maryland Laws Affect Personal Injury Claims

If you’ve been injured in an accident and someone else is to blame, there is a strong chance that you have a right to financial compensation. Unfortunately, the process is rarely as easy as filing a claim and waiting for the money to roll in. You’ll need to familiarize yourself with state laws in order
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Emotional Distress, Man Sitting on Leather Couch

Emotional Distress Claims in Personal Injury Cases: What They Are and How They Work

You probably know that you’re eligible to file a claim if you’re hurt in an accident and someone else is to blame. But these claims are not limited to just physical injuries. There is another component of personal injury compensation that focuses on the mental and psychological pain you can experience in the aftermath of
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Law courtroom, Judge Bench. Woman sitting, auction gavel and notepad on wooden table, close up.

Can I Pursue a Legal Action if I Am Partially Responsible for an Accident in Maryland?

Like it or not, accidents happen. While we certainly do our best to avoid them, many of us will, unfortunately, be involved in an accident at some point in our lives. Hopefully, these accidents aren’t serious enough to affect our lives of the lives of the other people involved in them. Regardless of the severity
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Lawyers in Maryland

Factors to consider when choosing a lawyer

Lawyers can handle all sorts of legal matters, and this is because they are professionals who are qualified to offer advice about the law or even present someone with legal issues. Lawyers can also be called counselors, attorneys, or a barrister. They apply the law to specific cases. However, they investigate the facts and the
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