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  • Overview of Construction Site Claims in Maryland
    Overview of Construction Site Claims in Maryland

    The construction industry can certainly be a hazardous one, and accidents on construction sites occur all over the country. Injuries and fatalities are common in construction site incidents, which are ...

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  • Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Maryland Personal Injury Attorney
    Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Maryland Personal Injury Attorney

    If you have been involved in an accident, finding a personal injury attorney can feel overwhelming. You are already in pain, dealing with the other party’s insurance company, and you may feel like no ...

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  • How Expert Witnesses can Help Your Maryland Personal Injury Claim
    How Expert Witnesses can Help Your Maryland Personal Injury Claim

    In a personal injury case, there can be two different types of witnesses. One is the person(s) who witnessed the actual event that caused your injuries, while the other type of witness is an expert ...

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  • How Long Will it Take to Settle My Personal Injury Case?
    How Long Will it Take to Settle My Personal Injury Case?

    If you have a personal injury claim pending with the negligent party’s insurance company, or you are considering hiring a Maryland personal injury attorney, it is understandable that you want to know ...

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  • What to Know About Maryland Accidents Involving Big Trucks
    What to Know About Maryland Accidents Involving Big Trucks

    Accidents involving a car and a large commercial truck are often more devastating than a collision between two passenger vehicles. Large trucks sometimes weigh as much as 25 times more than an average ...

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  • Tips for Helping Prevent a Maryland Auto Accident
    Tips for Helping Prevent a Maryland Auto Accident

    Maryland follows the contributory negligence theory regarding liability in accidents. That means that if you are even 1% at fault, you cannot recover any money for damages you sustained. This is one ...

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