You figured in a car crash, but you feel fine. Should you go to a hospital? Yes. Get yourself checked out, get some tests done. You may have internal injuries. You need documentation of the accident and its consequences to you, your health, and your ability to work. This rule applies to all involved in […]Continue readingMore Tag
Month: September 2018
How do you file a medical malpractice suit in Maryland?
The procedure for filing a medical malpractice suit in Maryland is governed by the Maryland Courts and Judicial Proceeding Code A § 3-2A-04. You must begin by filing a claim with the Director of the Health Care Alternative Dispute Resolution Office (HCADRO). Their office is located at the William Donald Schaefer Tower on St. Paul […]Continue readingMore Tag
How will filing for bankruptcy affect you?
Before you file for bankruptcy in Maryland, think how it could affect you now and in the future. Filing fees and court fees. If you have trouble making ends meet, paying filing fees and court fees may be an added burden. These may be waived but only upon approval of the court. Appearance in court. […]Continue readingMore Tag
Medical malpractice in Maryland: Breaches in the Standard of Care
We’ve all heard stories of dentists pulling out the wrong tooth or surgeons leaving behind medical instruments after a surgical procedure. Not all adverse medical outcomes can be the basis of a medical malpractice suit. Doctors are not always responsible for all injuries suffered by their patients. Medical malpractice is medical negligence. Medical professionals are […]Continue readingMore Tag
Baltimore County Public Schools Close the First Day of School
September 4th, 2018 was supposed to be the first day of school for all Baltimore County Public School Students, that was not the case however for some! Due to the heat, 10 Baltimore County schools were closed, and 60 plus Baltimore City Schools were released early from their first day of school. In Baltimore County […]Continue readingMore Tag