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Do I have a valid medical malpractice case in Maryland?

Do I Have a Valid Medical Malpractice Case in Maryland? Two years ago, you had a routine operation with one of the best surgeons in Baltimore. You …

Answered by Paul D. Bekman, 1 year ago

How Can I Protect My Assets and Children in My Maryland Divorce?

PROTECTING ASSETS Most people marry with the hope that they will have a long and happy marriage. However, because many marriages fail, it is …

Answered by Linda Haspel, 2 years ago

Is my employer required to pay me overtime in Maryland?

Your employer may be legally required to pay you overtime, but it depends on a number of factors as outlined in federal and state laws. In general, …

Answered by Jacob Statman, 3 years ago

Do I need a Lawyer for a Maryland DUI?

Many clients do not want to go to the expense of hiring a DUI lawyer OR think that they will automatically be given …

Answered by Jeremy Eldridge, 3 years ago

How do I best prepare for a divorce in Maryland which involves complicated financial issues, including significant liquid assets, real property, a monetary award demand, retirement funds, an alimony demand, and real property?

If you are considering separation, consult with a lawyer at that time. Don't wait until after you've separated. Once you retain a lawyer, …

Answered by Sally B. Gold, 3 years ago

What is the value of my car crash case in Maryland?

A lawyer will help set your expectations of the value of any injury. You are entitled to an award of economic damages – medical bills, lost …

Answered by Richard L. Jaklitsch, 3 years ago

Do I Need A Lawyer After A Car Accident In Maryland?

Yes! The insurance company has a lawyer, and you should not fight them alone. The insurance company has one goal in mind – to get off as …

Answered by Richard L. Jaklitsch, 3 years ago

How Long After A Car Accident Can I Sue In Maryland?

There is a three-year statute of limitations in Maryland – what this means is a lawsuit must be filed within three years of the date of the …

Answered by Richard L. Jaklitsch, 3 years ago

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