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Blog Posts in May, 2014

  • Partner Allan M. Siegel Wins Top 10 Client Satisfaction Award

    Posted By Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata, Siegel, P.C. || 30-May-2014

    Partner Allan Siegel has been a dedicated member of Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata, & Siegel P.C., for the past twenty years. He has a proven reputation of fighting passionately on behalf of his clients to win just compensation for their injuries. Recently, his commitment earned him the 2014 Client Satisfaction Award for Personal Injury Attorneys in the State of Maryland. The award is given to ...
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  • Motorcycle Crashes in Maryland Claim Four Lives in Four Days

    Posted By Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata, Siegel, P.C. || 28-May-2014

    By: Allan M. Siegel It is well known that motorcycle riders face some of the highest risks of accidents, injuries, and fatalities of anyone on the road. Still, when multiple motorcycle accidents claim the lives of several victims in a span of just a few days, there is enough reason for everyone to be reminded of these risks. This was the case this past Memorial Day weekend, when a total of four ...
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  • What Effect Does Health Insurance Have on The Value of Auto Accident Claims in Maryland?

    Posted By Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata, Siegel, P.C. || 16-May-2014

    By: Matthew Tievsky The short answer is: nothing. The value of your claim doesn't go down at all when you use your health insurance. Maryland follows the "collateral source rule." This means that if you suffer losses in an automobile collision caused by a defendant, but you are partially compensated by a third party – such as your health insurer – the defendant is not let ...
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  • By: Matthew Tievsky Victims of negligence in auto accidents won an important victory before Maryland's high court, the Court of Appeals, in the recent decision of Brethren Mutual Insurance Company v. Buckley. In this case, Brethren provided what is called "underinsured motorist" ("UIM") coverage, to its customer, Buckley. When a person (like Buckley) is hurt by a negligent ...
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  • By: Matthew Tievsky "Underinsured motorist" (UIM) coverage is a type of insurance that protects you in the event that you are hurt by a person who doesn't have enough insurance to compensate you. For example, if the defendant has an insurance policy of $30,000, but the damages resulting from your car accident are worth $100,000 (including medical bills, lost wages, pain and ...
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