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August 2017 Archives

Medical malpractice issues: Injuries to intestines and nerves

Do you envision instruments left inside a patient, removing the wrong organs and operating on the wrong patient when you think of surgical errors? If so, you are not alone. Many Maryland residents hear about these instances when it comes to news stories about medical malpractice. However, other injuries can wreak just as much havoc on a person's body and cause permanent injuries as well.

Tacos, chickens, movies and other dangerous driving distractions

When you hear the term "distracted driving," you probably picture someone who is texting or using a cell phone to make a call. Many times that cellphone is the culprit, but there are many other kinds of distractions that divide motorists' attention when they should be focusing solely on the road.

Do you suspect your attorney is guilty of legal malpractice?

Attorneys here in Maryland and elsewhere must meet certain professional and ethical standards. Most diligently follow the Rules of Professional Conduct put forth by the American Bar Association. However, through mistake or intention, some attorneys violate these rules and their clients suffer for it. If you suspect that your attorney somehow committed legal malpractice, it may help to know more about the most common ways this may occur before taking any further steps.

Is medical malpractice responsible for infant's death?

Many courts around the country and here in Maryland must answer this question far more often than anyone would prefer. No parent should have to leave a hospital without his or her child. Doing so would be difficult enough when doctors did everything they could to save the child, but when it is possible that medical malpractice led to the infant's death, it could be devastating.

Engine trouble resulted in deadly motor vehicle accident

Breaking down on the side of the road can be a colossal inconvenience for Maryland residents. It can also be dangerous. There are too many media reports of a pedestrian on the side of the road because of engine trouble being killed in a motor vehicle accident

Route 50 sees 3rd deadly motor vehicle accident in just weeks

Some stretches of road here in Maryland see more crashes than others do. For some reason, there seems to be an increase in wrong-way crashes on a certain stretch of Route 50. Two people died in the most recent motor vehicle accident, which took place on a Wednesday morning.

Can a repetitive stress injury cause permanent disability?

Many people who use a computer on a daily basis have experienced bouts of carpal tunnel syndrome, which is a repetitive stress injury involving the wrist. This is just one of several conditions that come under the heading of repetitive motion disorders. Many parts of the body can be affected.

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