personal injury

15
Dec

Who is at Fault in a Car Accident?

The person at fault in a car accident is the person that caused the car accident, is the liable party. There are several ways of proving liability in a car accident. The first way is having a police report. A car accident occurs, the police comes out, and the police do a report, an accident report. The accident report usually

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11
Dec

Who is the Claimant in an Auto Accident?

The claimant in the auto accident is the individual that was not at fault in that accident. They originally start off as a claimant because they come to our office and we assist them with obtaining a compensation for their loss wages or their medical bills. We send the claim to the insurance company of the at-fault driver. After we

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10
Dec

How Do I Sue a School District for Negligence?

If you’re going to sue the state or local government or county government, you have to be familiar with the Maryland Tort Claims Act, as well as the local government tort claims act. In either of those scenarios there’s a claims letter you’re going to have to send, then it’s basically if you have to file suit, if you can’t

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24
Nov

What are Some Examples of Medical Malpractice?

There are several varieties of medical malpractice that come in the form of either a misdiagnosis or a delayed diagnosis, which is what it sounds like. You have a doctor who looks at an x-ray and there’s stage three or stage two lung cancer staring them in the face and they don’t see it. You can have childbirth injuries, you

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17
Nov

How to Prove Medical Negligence

Well, you’re going to need to prove what you would in a typical negligence case. This would be a breach of duty, proximate cause, and injuries. In addition, you’re also going to need an expert testimony. You’re going to need another doctor in that profession and if you had a hip replacement or knee replacement and you think it went

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10
Nov

What is Medical Negligence?

Medical negligence is the one element of a medical malpractice claim. Medical negligence would be the doctor owed the patient a duty but breached that duty because he didn’t meet the medical standard, that would be medical negligence. Now, mere medical negligence does not mean you’re injured nor does it mean you’re going to have a successful malpractice claim. You

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9
Nov

What is Considered Wrongful Death?

When an accident results in a fatality, it can often lead to a wrongful death civil suit, but what exactly does that mean? The answer isn’t simple. It can mean something different for different situations. By familiarizing yourself with the ways “wrongful death” is differentiated, you can better understand ow it applies to your specific situation. Civil Suits vs Criminal

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3
Nov

What Constitutes Malpractice?

Negligence is when you have a duty that you have to exercise towards somebody, and then you fail to use reasonable care to meet that duty and that causes injury. That would be negligence. In the field of medical malpractice, they have to perform at a reasonable medical standard, and when they fail to do so, and their failure, their

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27
Oct

How to File a Medical Malpractice Suit

In Maryland, if you have a medical malpractice claim, you have to file a complaint with the director of the Healthcare Alternative Dispute Resolution office. You also have to, within 90 days of filing that complaint, file a certification of a qualified expert. This is a doctor in the field who basically states that this particular doctor violated this particular

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25
Oct

How to Win a Slip and Fall Case

A typical slip and fall case would be like a grocery store where someone walks into the store and slips on a slippery substance like water. Those cases are typically hard to prove because you the litigant would have to prove that the store had some sort of knowledge. If the store didn’t know about it, it’s going to be

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