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ANNAPOLIS INJURY ATTORNEY: Why a Simple Will is Simply Essential!

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If you die intestate–meaning without a proper will or living trust–your assets will be distributed according to the law in the state where you live. A Harris Interactive survey of the general population, done for Lawyers.com, found 58% of all adults lack this basic document. (Forbes.com, 2009) As pointed out in Forbes.com, some married couples […]

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WHAT TO DO AFTER A CAR ACCIDENT – 8 STEPS TO ASSIST YOUR ACCIDENT ATTORNEY

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The day after Christmas a teenage client was in a car accident in which he collided with another car. It was dark and rainy and he was obviously shaken up, but his first instincts to remain at the scene and move his car out of the traffic flow were good. In hindsight, however, this was […]

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Finding Doctors in Accident Cases Should be Free of a Lawyer’s Influence …or Should it?

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Finding a doctor in an accident presents several problems. First, the doctor chosen could be a problem if the lawyer creates the impression that the doctor was on the lawyer’s payroll at any point in time. A client is advised to obtain at the outset a doctor chosen from family, friends, or the directory of […]

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Contributory Negligence Decision Could Help Maryland Plaintiffs

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Maryland personal injury lawyers face a standard that does not match up with nine out of 10 other states: if they are partially at fault as plaintiffs, the defendant does not have to pay a jury award, even if the defendant was mostly to blame. The Maryland version of the Supreme Court, known as the […]

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