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  • What Can I Recover For My Lost Wages in a Maryland Auto Accident Case?
    What Can I Recover For My Lost Wages in a Maryland Auto Accident Case?

    By: Matthew Tievsky Car crashes cause injury, and injury can put you out of work for a period of time – even permanently, in a very serious accident. You may have to take time off due to pain, or miss ...

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  • Study Adds to Debate on DUI Checkpoints in Maryland
    Study Adds to Debate on DUI Checkpoints in Maryland

    By: Allan Siegel Driving under the influence (DUI) is an extremely negligent and dangerous act. It is also illegal in the state of Maryland. Each year, thousands of preventable accidents, injuries, ...

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  • Does the Police Report Determine the Outcome of My Maryland Auto Accident Lawsuit?
    Does the Police Report Determine the Outcome of My Maryland Auto Accident Lawsuit?

    By: Matthew Tievsky In Maryland, the police don't write up a report for every auto accident. But when they do (usually when they suspect an injury), the police generally assign blame to one driver or ...

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  • Can My Insurer Raise My Rates When I Make a Claim For Personal Injury Protection?
    Can My Insurer Raise My Rates When I Make a Claim For Personal Injury Protection?

    By: Matthew Tievsky Personal Injury Protection ("PIP") is a form of insurance that automatically pays you a set amount of money for medical bills and lost wages when you are hurt in an automobile ...

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  • Record Payout for Johnson & Johnson Whistleblowers
    Record Payout for Johnson & Johnson Whistleblowers

    By: Allan M. Siegel Earlier this month, Johnson & Johnson reached a $2.2 billion settlement for charges alleging that the company mis-marketed drugs for unapproved uses and gave kickbacks to doctors ...

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  • Share the Road: In Maryland, Bicycles are Vehicles
    Share the Road: In Maryland, Bicycles are Vehicles

    By: Allan M. Siegel In the state of Maryland, bicycles are considered by law to be vehicles. This means that bicyclists have many of the same rights and responsibilities as motorists, including: The ...

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