Estate administration is a complex process that can be easily derailed by even the most minor of mistakes. The National Business Institute has identified the most common mistakes made throughout the process, and will host the live seminar, “Estate Administration: Top Mistakes to Avoid,” on July 13th in order to help estate administrators better avoid […]Continue reading
According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), each year Americans spend a combined total of over one million days in the hospital after being injured in car accidents. Additionally, they report that in 2012, the lifetime medical costs associated with such injuries was $18 billion. Despite these facts, many people wait to seek medical […]Continue reading
After being involved in a car accident, your attorney will work to recover any damages that were incurred as a result of the accident. Damages can be awarded for everything from a loss of compensation, to being physically disfigured, depending on the severity of the accident. There are three types of damages that are relevant […]Continue reading
Being injured while working can cause major stress for an employee, and can be even more difficult if the injured employee has a pre-existing condition or handicap. While navigating a workers’ compensation case can be daunting, one resource that can lessen the burden for employees with pre-existing conditions is the Subsequent Injury Fund (SIF). In […]Continue reading
When the court issues a child support order in your favor, it can feel like a major victory. However, this isn’t always the end of the story — what do you do if the other parent fails (or refuses) to pay the child support they owe, even in the presence of a court order?
Motorcyclists know that riding comes with risks: Life-threatening injuries are 26 times more common among motorcyclists than drivers of passenger vehicles.
The Pinder Plotkin Legal Team is proud to partner with Klein’s ShopRite to donate four holiday dinners to families in need this holiday season. Four separate families will be selected from within the Parkville/Carney community to receive the dinners. There will be two turkey dinners with sides and dessert and two ham dinners with sides […]Continue reading
The Risks and Rights of Longshoremen and Harbor Workers Maritime employees in Maryland work grueling hours in difficult conditions to keep the backbone of our state and federal economy strong. Unfortunately, there are many potential hazards involved in these careers, and many of the individuals who are injured in these fields suffer their injuries as […]Continue reading
As a son, a husband, and the father of two little girls, I am sensitive to the struggles women face throughout life as a result of sexism and gender-based discrimination. When I heard about the Women’s Law Center of Maryland, I reached out to Executive Director Michelle Siri to find out how I could get involved. This is an amazing group that exists to address the unique legal needs of women, and since the group formed in […]Continue reading
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