Currently, 19 states and the District of Columbia require all motorcycle riders to wear a helmet. So yes, you do need to wear a motorcycle helmet in Maryland by law. This law has been in effect since 1992 and requires that all riders have an approved helmet. The state also has a law regarding low-power […]Continue readingMore Tag
Month: February 2021
The different types of distracted driving in Maryland
Many of us recognize using our cell phones as a form of distracted driving, but did you know that there are many different types of distracted driving in Maryland that may contribute to a driver’s manual, visual, and cognitive impairment. Distracted driving is extremely dangerous and even deadly and it is important that drivers recognize […]Continue readingMore Tag
How long does it take to settle a wrongful death claim in Maryland
The short answer is, it depends. Unlike most law governing personal injury cases, Maryland wrongful death law is dictated by a statute, a written law drafted and modified by the Maryland state legislature. To learn more about how long it takes to settle a wrongful death claim in Maryland please continue reading our blog post! […]Continue readingMore Tag
How Does Bankruptcy Affect Your Retirement Account?
You’ve been saving up for your retirement. But then, with the pandemic and the economic downturn, you might not be able to pay your bills. You may be thinking of getting some debt relief and you may even be thinking about filing for bankruptcy. How does bankruptcy affect your retirement account? But what stops you […]Continue readingMore Tag
What is an attorney letter of representation?
If you’re involved in a personal injury litigation like a car accident or any kind of accident, you’ve probably heard of a document people refer to as an attorney letter of representation. It is one of the documents that an insurance company expects from any person who files a claim against them. Who writes an […]Continue readingMore Tag