What Is Ligamentous Instability and How Does It Relate to Car Accidents?
October 17, 2019
Ligamentous instability or ligamentous laxity can cause chronic pain and affect any joint in the body. Referred to as “loose ligaments,” the condition allows a person to extend their...Read More
What Is Cervicalgia and Why Did My Auto Accident Cause It?
October 15, 2019
Auto accidents cause a wide variety of injuries, including broken bones, brain injuries, whiplash, and spinal cord injuries. Cervicalgia is another type of injury that many auto accident victims...Read More
Spinal Cord Injuries Costs and Complications
October 10, 2019
Spinal cord injuries are some of the most devastating injuries a person can sustain in an accident. In addition to the costs of treating spinal cord injuries, the permanent...Read More
What Treatments Are Prescribed for Post-Concussion Syndrome?
October 8, 2019
Head injuries are common in automobile accidents, falls, and other personal injury cases. Concussions are often the result of a head injury. A concussion can develop after a minor...Read More
Using Arbitration vs. Mediation to Settle Your Personal Injury Claim in Maryland
September 26, 2019
Many people settle a personal injury claim without consulting a Maryland personal injury attorney. Sadly, an accident victim may receive much less compensation than their injury claim is worth...Read More
How to Get Video Evidence After A Car Accident in Maryland?
September 24, 2019
Maryland is a fault state for car accident claims. In other words, you must prove that the other driver caused the accident (was at fault) to recover compensation for...Read More
Most Common Types of Property Damage in Maryland Auto Accidents
September 19, 2019
If you drive a vehicle in Maryland, you have a good chance of being involved in a traffic accident at some point during your lifetime. Except for one year,...Read More
Low-Speed Rear End Collision – The Transfer of Force
September 17, 2019
Rear-end collisions are one of the most common car accident types in Maryland. Many rear-end crashes occur because of distracted drivers, speeding, tailgating, and alcohol impairment. Also, many rear-end...Read More
Minor Impact DOES NOT Mean Minor Injuries in a Maryland Auto Accident
September 12, 2019
Many insurance companies throughout the United States adopted specific guidelines for dealing with auto accidents that resulted in minor property damage. Unfortunately, these guidelines were for the sole benefit...Read More