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February 2015 Archives

Level the playing field against trucking companies after a crash

When things go wrong for Maryland residents, it is important to get to the bottom of the situation and figure out how to make it right. This is especially true when serious incidents occur, such as accidents in which individuals suffer injuries at the hands of another person.

Injured in a truck accident? Check the trucking rules and regs

The rules of the road exist for the safety of Maryland residents. As discussed last week in this blog, motor vehicle violations not only serve as a guide for safe driving standards, they can be used in connection with a personal injury action if the other driver violated the rules of the road.

Police cite truck driver with multiple violations in fatal crash

Every Baltimore driver who has earned the privilege of having a driver's license has learned the rules of the road at one time or another. Indeed, this is the purpose of having driver's education courses and making individuals pass their driver's test before they are given a driver's license and allowed to operate a vehicle on Maryland's roads.

Drawing the line of negligence in a medical malpractice case

At one point or another, nearly every Baltimore resident has likely endured a situation where they received bad customer service or were dissatisfied with a business. Fortunately, these occasions are often relatively minor in scope, as they do not involve physical harm to anyone.

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