If you have been in an accident recently, and you are meeting with your lawyer for the first time here is a list of information that is helpful to bring. First, make sure that you bring the information you received at the scene of the accident. For example, if you have the information of the […]Continue readingMore Tag
Month: November 2018
What is the definition of medical malpractice?
By law medical malpractice is when a healthcare provider has failed to provide a patient with the care that is within the accepted standards of practice in the community of medicine. Not only is medical malpractice dangerous for the patient, but it can also result in permanent injury or in the worst cases death of […]Continue readingMore Tag
Are you entitled to privacy in an Uber or shared car experience?
If you follow the NHL you may be aware of the on-going public outcry regarding the Ottawa Senators Hockey Players taking an uber ride. In a video recorded on October 29th in Arizona, seven players of the Ottawa Senators collectively bash one of their coaches and criticize the team’s ability to kill off Power Plays. […]Continue readingMore Tag
Maryland’s Elected Officials
On November 6th the state of Maryland held their election to determine who would be representing each county in the state, and the state of Maryland in the House of Representatives, and Senate. Here is what you need to know about the elections that were held on November 6th, 2018. Governor Larry Hogan won a […]Continue readingMore Tag
What is the law on workers’ compensation in Maryland?
In 1902, Maryland enacted the first statewide workers’ compensation law and in 1906, Maryland was the first state to enact the first federal workers’ compensation. The most recent workers’ compensation law may be found under Maryland Code Ann., Lab & Empl. §9-101 (2014) et seq.; Code of Maryland Regulations (COMAR) Title 14, §09.01.01 et seq. […]Continue readingMore Tag