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Personal Injury Blogs

How Long Do You Have to See a Doctor After an Auto Accident in Maryland?

Following an auto accident, especially one that resulted in no obvious injuries, Maryland drivers may delay getting checked out by a medical professional. We cannot emphasize this enough: do not do wait. You potentially jeopardize the processing of your insurance claim and your settlement if you are pursuing a personal injury case. We, however, acknowledge […]

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Sidewalk Accidents: Common Examples and How to Prevent Them

Sidewalk accidents, which is one of the many personal injury case types we handle, can occur during any season. In the post below, we describe different types of common sidewalk accidents according to the seasons, tips for avoiding these issues, and why hiring a sidewalk slip and fall accident attorney might make sense if you […]

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Deck the Halls, Don’t Wreck Them: Christmas Accidents to Avoid

Christmas invokes plenty of positive memories for individuals, including spending time with friends and family, gift-giving, and enjoying holiday treats. Unfortunately, this special time of the year often involves an increase in the number of personal injury accidents. For example, the US Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) estimated for last year […]

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Passengers in Car Accidents and Personal Injury Claims

One of the commonly asked questions related to auto accidents we receive is, “How are passengers’ injuries and claims handled in auto crashes?” Like other forms of personal injury cases we handle, the particulars of an accident determine the outcome with regards to a settlement. In the following post, we examine what a passenger in […]

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Are Personal Injury Settlements Taxable?

For individuals pursuing a personal injury case, one of the last things on their minds is likely the tax implications. Because of this situation, we want to educate readers ahead of time and provide an answer to whether personal injury settlements are taxable or not. Additionally, the following post examines new considerations stemming from the […]

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Halloween Injuries: What You Need to Know

Halloween can be scarier for reasons beyond the ghoulish costumes and decorations. It is a holiday that often involves a variety of potential personal injuries. This year involves additional considerations related to COVID-19 exposure risks. That said, while this year’s Halloween traditional activities may be altered depending on local restrictions, some people may still do […]

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