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Baltimore Medical Malpractice Lawyers: Treatment of Opioid Addiction

Across the country, people continue to struggle with prescription opioid addiction and the social stigma that goes along with it. Like any drug addiction, opioids can wreak havoc on a person’s life, ruining personal and professional relationships, as well as having serious financial implications if the individual loses his or her job but continues to » Read More


Baltimore Car Accident Lawyers Discuss Baltimore City Accident Settlement

The city of Baltimore recently settled a lawsuit involving a high-speed chase with city police. The Board of Estimates, which is overseen by Mayor Catherine Pugh, will be distributing a $500,000 settlement to the families of three people who were injured in a collision involving a vehicle being pursued by Baltimore police. Two of the » Read More


Baltimore Car Accident Lawyers: Are Millennials a Menace on the Road?

Young drivers in their late teens and early twenties often think that they are invincible and that nothing bad will ever happen to them. This outlook, combined with the need to stay connected with friends via texting, talking on their phone, and keeping up with social media, is why millennials are considered more dangerous behind » Read More


Baltimore Medical Malpractice Lawyers: Rule Allows New Doctors to Work 28-Hour Shifts

Effective July 1st, 2017, first-year residents will be expected to work 24 hours without rest, or as long as 28 hours if the transition between doctors requires that the resident remain in duty. According to the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME), the new rule replaces the previous 16-hour cap, which is a significant » Read More


Baltimore Car Accident Lawyers: Common Warm Weather Hazards

With winter finally behind us, so are the threats of snow, sleet, and ice that can cause road conditions to be very dangerous. Spring brings warmer temperatures, longer days, and more time spent outdoors. However, there are a number of car accident risks that are unique to spring and summer that drivers should be aware » Read More


Annapolis Fatal House Fire Being Investigated

Early on Tuesday morning, a fatal house fire in Annapolis, Anne Arundel County, Maryland, claimed the life of a man. Around 1:30 am, paramedics leaving at the end of a shift at the Anne Arundel Medical Center noticed the fire from the Severn River Bridge, and called 911. One man escaped without personal injuries, but » Read More


Pickup Trucks Collided in Arnold Causing Multiple Injuries

Two pickup trucks collided on Tuesday evening, causing multiple injuries for five individuals. Around 5:35 pm, the collision occurred in Arnold, Anne Arundel County, Maryland, involving a Maryland Natural Resources police officer and four others. The officer was driving a department pickup truck in the accident, and then was brought to Shock Trauma for personal » Read More


Baltimore Car Accident Lawyers: Fatal Traffic Accidents Spike in 2016

Thanks to advances in safety technology like blind spot monitoring, adaptive cruise control, and forward collision prevention, cars and trucks are safer than ever. However, the number of fatal car accidents in 2016 was higher than it has been since 2007, according to the National Safety Council. The rise in crashes coincides with more people » Read More


Serious Burns from Montgomery County Fire Hospitalizes Toddler

A toddler suffered from serious burns that stemmed from a fire in Boyds, Montgomery County, Maryland. On Sunday around 2:30 pm, responders to the fire observed smoke coming from the living quarters located above a storage building that contained hay bales. The toddler was sent to the hospital for treatment for serious burns along with » Read More


Glen Burnie School Bus Crash Injures Eight

A school bus crash in Glen Burnie, Anne Arundel County, Maryland, injured eight individuals on Friday morning. Around 7:35 am, two cars collided into the school bus, which held 20 students traveling to a local middle school. Five children on the bus and the bus driver were taken to the Baltimore Washington Medical Center for » Read More


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