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How to Gather Evidence for a Slip and Fall Case

Earlier this year, we published a blog post all about proving your innocence after a car crash. The advice in that blog was centered around gathering evidence that displayed that the other driver involved was the one at fault. However, the scope of personal injury cases extends well beyond car accidents. As such, we’re circling back and offering a few tips for gathering evidence to support your slip and fall case. 

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Tips for Proving Fault in the Aftermath of a Car Crash

After being involved in an auto crash, you may find yourself in the difficult situation in which the at-fault driver’s insurance company is claiming that you are the one responsible for causing the crash. You deserve compensation for any damages or injuries sustained after your crash, so what can you do to protect yourself and ensure that you aren’t handed the blame for an incident that you did not cause?

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What Happens if an Underaged Individual is Charged with DUI in Maryland?

We’ve covered the consequences of driving under the influence previously on our blog, but certain circumstances can alter the aftermath of the charge significantly. In this blog post, we circle back and outline exactly what happens when a minor is charged with DUI.

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What Are My Legal Rights as Birth Parent of an Adopted Child?

When considering moving forward with the adoption process, it’s obviously important to have a crystal-clear understanding of your rights as a prospective parent. To help you understand whether adoption is the best choice for you and your family, we will outline key rights you will have as the birth parent of an adopted child.

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Is Cyberbullying a Crime in the State of Maryland?

As technology continues to become more intertwined with our everyday life, we’ll continue to notice more and more instances of conventional crimes manifested in the digital world. These days, cyberattacks, identity theft and online predators are becoming commonplace. Naturally, bullying has also made its way to the web. Under the following three statutes, cyberbullying can be considered a crime in the state of Maryland.

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The Brand-New Venezuela TPS Designation and What it Means for You

2021 is shaping up to be a fantastic year of recovery thus far. Back in January, President Biden made several significant immigration policy changes in hopes to create a fairer immigration system that ensures public safety while still being fair to those attempting to legally become US citizens. Now, as we enter spring, more positive news keeps coming! This time, the Secretary of Homeland Security has designated Venezuela for TPS. What does that mean for you?

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St. Patrick’s Day Safety Tips

It’s almost time for St. Patrick’s Day! That means fun times are ahead, but there is a fine line between a fun time and a life altering mistake. If you follow these three tips, you’re sure to have a safe, fun and festive holiday!

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Can I Be Convicted for DUI Even if I Wasn’t Driving a Car?

It’s illegal to operate a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol in all 50 states. But what if you weren’t actually driving the car at the time of your interrogation or arrest? Things start to get a little more nuanced!

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Is it Possible to Receive A DUI Charge for Prescription Drugs?

More often than not, people associate DUI charges with alcohol. While this is the case most of the time, it’s worth understanding that Maryland drivers can be convicted of DUI when impaired by any controlled substances – even prescription drugs!

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