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Who is Liable for an Intersection Collision in Maryland?

Intersection collision accidents represent a large percentage of motor vehicle accidents in Maryland and across the country, due to the very nature of a location where two or more roads cross each other. Because drivers at intersections often are turning left or right and crossing over, the actions of drivers at intersections create a greater […]

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Does Aggressive Driving Lead to Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) in Maryland?

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), aggressive driving occurs when an individual commits a combination of moving traffic offenses so as to endanger other persons or property. Unfortunately, aggressive driving is extremely common and has actually increased in recent years. Aggressive driving and its associated forms, such as road rage, may lead […]

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Can I Sue for A Defective Product in Maryland?

Manufacturers, distributors and vendors have a special responsibility to their customers. An injured party can file a product liability lawsuit against a product’s manufacturer or vendor when a defective product causes injury. Based on the precise cause of the injury, the claim may involve a defect in design or manufacture, or a failure to warn […]

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Who Can Sue for a Wrongful Death in Maryland?

When coping with the untimely and preventable loss of a family member, filing a wrongful death lawsuit can be an important part of the recovery process. Not only can legal action provide closure, but it can also provide much-needed relief from the financial strain stemming from your loved one’s death. While filing a wrongful death […]

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