MD Move Over Law

Maryland drivers, prepare to move over. This past October, state legislators expanded the existing ‘Move Over’ law to include more than just emergency response and law enforcement vehicles, and motorists should be prepared to avoid hefty fines and unnecessary traffic accidents.  

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Halloween Safety

Kids across Baltimore are already gearing up to hit the streets this Halloween, strategizing the best costumes and neighborhood routes to collect the most candy possible in only a few hours. However, while kids are planning the fun, parents should be preparing for safety. There are a number of dangers that accompany Halloween posing serious harm to children and other holiday enthusiasts out for the night. Knowing what to plan for and how to stay safe can help ensure everyone makes it home in one piece after their epic Halloween celebrations.   

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Placental Abruption During Labor: Causes, Symptoms, Legal Assistance

Failure to Provide Emergency Treatment Can Cause Life-Long Disability or Death

Placental abruption is relatively uncommon, but when it happens, it can be life-threatening for both mother and child.

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Death of the Mother During Delivery

Medical Negligence During Pregnancy, Labor, or Delivery Can Prove Life-Threatening

For many years, childbirth represented a real threat to a mother’s life. But modern medicine has mitigated the risks.

Health

Johnson Settlement

STATE OF MARYLAND AND MARYLAND TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY SETTLES LAWSUIT AND PAYS $900,000 TO D’AMORE PERSONAL INJURY LAW CLIENTS

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Deadly Illnesses Misdiagnosed as “Just the Flu”

When Does Improper Diagnosis or Discharge Constitute Medical Malpractice?

It’s one of the most common medical diagnoses: influenza. We all know the signs: fever, coughing, sore throat, achy muscles, and fatigue. It’s the feel-like-a-truck-hit-me constellation of symptoms that doctors describe in the most general of terms: “flu-like.”

But what happens when your symptoms are flu-like

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Vaping Dangers

Smoking is “cool” again and health officials are concerned. The use of traditional cigarettes among children and teens has significantly decreased over the past few years. However, with the introduction of vaping and e-cigarettes, smoking is on the rise again. More than 20% of current high school students have reported using e-cigarettes at least once according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and these vaping products are not as safe as originally advertised.

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Red Light Cameras Fail to Make Baltimore Roads Safer

For some, they represent a technological advancement in traffic enforcement, preventing traffic violations, making roads safer, and even saving lives. For others, they are a corrupt scheme, a dirty deal between local governments and lobbyists that screws motorists out of their money and threaten their constitutional rights. They are red light and speed cameras.

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