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Baltimore Medical Malpractice Lawyers: Stroke Misdiagnosis

If you or someone you know has suffered from a stroke, you know that it is a very serious medical emergency that requires immediate treatment in order to prevent permanent disability, memory problems, or other serious health complications. If a stroke victim is diagnosed and treated soon after showing symptoms, it is likely that he » Read More

Maryland Lawmakers Propose Curfew for Drivers Under 18

On Thursday, Maryland lawmakers proposed to make a new curfew for drivers under the age of 18. If the proposed bill gets approved, young drivers would have a curfew of 10 pm, instead of the current 12 am curfew. The bill was proposed to keep young drivers safer. According to AAA, the incidence of crashes » Read More

Baltimore Medical Malpractice Lawyers: “Dead in Bed” Lawsuits

Imagine going to the hospital to visit a loved one who is recovering smoothly after a routine surgery, only to find out that he or she passed away unexpectedly within hours of your visit. While this may sound like a highly unlikely scenario, it is an alarming trend that has been occurring in hospitals across » Read More

Truck Driver Suffers Fatality After Driving Off Chesapeake Bay Bridge

On Thursday afternoon, a truck driver suffered a fatality after he drove off the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. Although witnesses saw the 47-year-old man from Greenville, North Carolina, alive and standing on top of the floating tractor-trailer’s roof, when the US Navy retrieved him via helicopter, he was in the water and unresponsive. On the way » Read More

Baltimore Car Accident Lawyers: Sleep Deprivation and Car Accidents

A new study conducted by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety reports that as little as one hour of lost sleep increases your risk for getting into a car accident. AAA also reported that 50 percent of all traffic accidents are caused by drowsy drivers, which is a disturbing statistic given that the Centers for » Read More

Serious Motorcycle Crash Sends Two to Hospital

A serious motorcycle crash on Wednesday afternoon sent two individuals to the hospital. In Owings Mills, Baltimore County, Maryland, a motorcycle and car collided, which resulted in one driver being taken to Sinai Hospital via ambulance, and a Medevac helicopter transporting the other victim to the Shock Trauma unit. Both parties sustained serious personal injuries » Read More

Maryland Medical Malpractice Lawyers: Reducing Hospital Errors

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately 250,000 people lose their lives each year from medical errors. As humans, we all make mistakes, including doctors. But for the victims of medical mistakes, that line of reasoning can have far-reaching consequences. To address this issue, leaders in the medical community are working towards » Read More

Audi Recall Cites Fire Hazard and Airbag Issues

Audi cited fire hazards and airbag issues as the primary reasons for a recall involving roughly 600,000 cars that was recently issued. Volkswagen, who owns and manufactures Audi vehicles, recalled almost 350,000 A5, A5 Cabriolet, and Q5 SUVs for the model years 2013-2017 for fire hazards involving the coolant pump, which may spark a fire » Read More

Baltimore Car Accident Lawyers: Technology Can Lead to Driver Distraction

The latest advances in technology offer products that are well designed, easy to use, and above all, safe. However, in the automotive industry, many of these technological advances, including crash detection systems, and driverless cars have helped improve safety and reduce the incidence of serious car accidents. But, the advancement of mobile devices has created » Read More

Man Critically Injured in Apartment Fire

A man was critically injured in an apartment fire that took place on Tuesday afternoon in Parkville, Maryland. The fire broke out around 4 pm, and the man was rescued and then taken to a local hospital for treatment. Officials will investigate to determine the cause. In an apartment fire, burn injuries and smoke inhalation » Read More

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