Personal Injury Blog
What Should I Do if My Child was Hurt in a Car Accident?
Jill Kolodner | October 31, 2020 | Car Accidents
The leading cause of death of children in the United States is automobile accident injuries, according to the Centers for Disease Control. Children are injured in car accidents, pedestrian accidents, bicycle accidents, and other collisions involving a motor vehicle. Sadly, hundreds of children die each year in motor vehicle accidents nationwide. For parents, their first… read more
The Mirena Crash: A Devastating Reality For Thousands of Women
Jill Kolodner | October 28, 2020 | Product Liability
NOTE: Our law firm does not handle Mirena Lawsuit cases. This article is for informational purposes only. Information found in the article does not constitute as formal legal advice and does not create an attorney/client relationship. Recent data from the CDC reveals that nearly 50 million American women between the ages of fifteen and 49… read more
9 Things You Should Know About a Free Lawyer Consultation
Jill Kolodner | October 26, 2020 | Personal Injury
Can a lawyer help you with a car accident claim for minor injuries? Do you need an attorney for catastrophic injuries caused by a defective product? Should your family hire a wrongful death lawyer? The aftermath of an accident or sudden injury can be overwhelming. Dealing with doctors, your employer, insurance claims adjusters, and others… read more
What Happens if I Don’t Show Up for Jury Duty?
Jill Kolodner | October 14, 2020 | Personal Injury
NOTE: Our law firm does not handle Missed Jury Duty cases. This article is for informational purposes only. Information found in the article does not constitute as formal legal advice and does not create an attorney/client relationship. Jury duty is one of the few responsibilities that comes along with the rights of citizenship. Our nation’s… read more
What Happens If I’m Not Drunk, But Have Alcohol in My System During a Car Accident?
Jill Kolodner | October 5, 2020 | Car Accidents
A person dies about every 50 minutes in the United States because of a drunk driving accident. Even though drunk driving fatalities have decreased in the last three decades, thousands of people continue to be killed or injured by drunk drivers each year. In 2018, drunk driving deaths totaled 10,511. Drunk driving car accidents result… read more
Can Fault Be Determined By Car Accident Damage?
Jill Kolodner | September 30, 2020 | Car Accidents
Most states, including Maryland, are at fault states, meaning that you can recover compensation for damages if someone else’s negligence caused the accident. Unfortunately, it is often not easy to determine which driver is responsible for a car accident. The cause of an accident can sometimes be fiercely disputed because each side knows they can… read more
What is Popcorn Lung? A Breakdown of Causes, Diagnosis & Treatments
Jill Kolodner | September 22, 2020 | Product Liability
The term “popcorn lung” is one that has made its way into our daily lexicon over the last decade or so and is the nickname for bronchiolitis obliterans—a condition that can cause significant damage to an individual’s lungs. The medical condition got its nickname from the fact that people who have more exposure to diacetyl—a… read more
Why Would My Airbag Not Deploy?
Jill Kolodner | September 20, 2020 | Product Liability
Automobile accidents can cause traumatic injuries and fatalities. There were 117,955 traffic crashes in Maryland during 2018. Thousands of people were injured in traffic accidents and 485 people died in 2018. Vehicle manufacturers are required to include various safeguards on motor vehicles to reduce the risk of injuries and deaths in a car crash. Today,… read more
What does Maryland’s Workers Compensation Insurance Cover?
Jill Kolodner | September 16, 2020 | Workers’ Compensation
Workers’ compensation in the state of Maryland covers most workers and can be extremely helpful if you have endured a workplace injury. Nearly every employer in the state is required to have workers’ compensation insurance which often costs an employer around $1.00 per $100 of payroll. The insurance is then used to cover a variety… read more
Man in South Baltimore Attacked With Bricks
Jill Kolodner | September 14, 2020 | News
According to a police spokesperson, the man who was attacked in South Baltimore with a brick was identified. However, the police department is not releasing his name or his age. The man received minor injuries from the attack and did not seek medical attention. The attack was caught on video, which went viral on social… read more