Wrongful Death Versus Survival Actions

Wrongful Death Versus Survival Actions After a Fatal Accident

Personal injury accidents are among the top cause of injuries in Maryland and across the US, but data reveals that some of these incidents are so catastrophic that they are fatal. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that almost 201,000 people are killed because of unintentional injuries every year, making accidents …

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pedestrian accidents

Drunk Walking? The Dangers of Impairment in Maryland Pedestrian Accidents

Considering the harsh criminal penalties and driver’s license suspension that comes with a drunk driving conviction in Maryland, it is no wonder more people choose to walk after they have had a few too many. However, statistics from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) indicate that the potential for fatal and injury-causing …

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Health Care

New Reports on Health Care Violence Exposes Risks for Employees

In an industry dedicated to providing quality patient care, it is shocking to learn the statistics on violence against health care workers. In a March 2022 article, Baltimore-based Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health reported that 57% of public health departments had experienced an uptick in harassment, intimidation, threats, and physical attacks. Researchers attribute …

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