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7 ways to get paid A LOT from a Maryland accident case. Number 6 really drives insurance companies crazy!

1. Get immediate medical care This one seems like an absolute no-brainer to most reading this, which is why we started with it at the top. The injury portion of these claims is based on medical care, so of course, medical care helps get money. Read More …

Emergency Room Misdiagnosis in Maryland

One of the regular issues that my office routinely handles for Marylanders, are situations involving a misdiagnosis of a medical condition by a doctor. Specifically, and most frequently, we deal with situations where that misdiagnosis, or failure to diagnose, occurs at an emergency room in Read More …

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Free Guide Handling Police Confrontation Dealing with confrontation by the police can be a stressful, confusing and difficult time. This stress can be compounded in a situation where you feel that you’ve broken no laws or done nothing wrong. This free guide will give you Read More …

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The cost/benefit of increasing your PIP/Medpay Coverage in Maryland

Today I had the pleasure of meeting with one of my clients in the Elkton, MD office to discuss her current treatment progression as a result of an ongoing automobile accident case. Among the topics of conversation was her auto insurance policy, and the fact Read More …

New Maryland Law- Proof of Insurance Required

Attention Maryland drivers! There is a new law that will go into force this October that you need to be aware of so that you’re not stuck with avoidable fines or trouble from the police during a traffic stop. Each year Maryland’s legislature meets for Read More …