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Blog Posts in February, 2015

  • By: Joseph Smith Ohio University has agreed to pay $1 million to settle a lawsuit brought by the father of a student who died of bacterial meningitis in 2010. The student died days after she became ill with a headache and fever. From February 16, 2009 until February 7, 2010, six students had been diagnosed with bacterial meningitis and were treated; however, school officials decided not to ...
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  • If I Get a Ticket in a Maryland Auto Accident, Does That Mean I Can't File a Lawsuit?

    Posted By Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata, Siegel, P.C. || 18-Feb-2015

    By: Matthew Tievsky When a Maryland auto accident happens, there are two different kinds of legal cases that may follow. The first is a traffic court case – the charges that the State of Maryland may decide to bring against one of the drivers. That usually begins when an investigating police officer issues a ticket. In addition, there can be a civil case – where a person who's ...
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  • How Your Auto Accident Claim Can Help You Obtain the Medical Treatment You Need

    Posted By Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata, Siegel, P.C. || 13-Feb-2015

    By: Matthew Tievsky Health care can be expensive, particularly after you've been seriously injured as a result of a car accident. But that shouldn't prevent you from getting the medical treatment that you need. What should you do if you are short on funds and without health insurance? Instead of forcing you to pay your medical bills right away, many health care providers will allow you to ...
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  • Why It's Important to Keep Your Doctors Well-Informed After a Car Accident

    Posted By Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata, Siegel, P.C. || 5-Feb-2015

    By: Matthew Tievsky After an auto accident, whenever you see a medical professional – at a hospital, at your primary care facility, at physical therapy, or anywhere else – it is crucial to tell them everything that hurts or doesn't feel well, every time you see a professional. Why is this important? The first answer of course is that it protects your health. The professionals who ...
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