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  • The Necessary Medical Documents If you believe that you have been injured by a medical professional, you may feel confused and overwhelmed by the legal process that lays before you. The first step to take is to call an experienced ... Continue Reading
  • Medical Malpractice Lawyer for Failure to Diagnose Diabetes For more than 20 years, the attorneys of Portner & Shure have been pursuing the best interest of our clients in medical malpractice cases in Columbia, Maryland. These medical malpractice claims ... Continue Reading
  • Maryland Workers Compensation Awards for Lost Body Parts Among Highest in U.S. A new report by ProPublica showed the vast differences in the dollar values of various body parts that are lost due to a work injury. The report also shows that essentially every workers’ compensation ... Continue Reading
  • How Does a Personal Injury Case Work? A personal injury case begins with contacting a lawyer who handles your type of claim such as nursing home abuse, auto accidents, medical malpractice, or workers' compensation . Then, you sign with ... Continue Reading
  • Why Injured Victims Have Trouble with Geico Claims Geico touts their easy claim process on TV ads and is famous for “15 minutes could save you 15 percent,” but this ability to settle claims quickly and save you money comes at a severe cost to injured ... Continue Reading
  • 3 Details You Need to Know About Motorized Scooter Coverage in DC It’s no secret Washington DC has a massive traffic problem. Rush hour spans several hours every morning and night. The first attempt to alleviate traffic congestion on DC streets was the bike sharing ... Continue Reading
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