Most people who live in Maryland have probably seen a television program or a movie in which a character has a heart attack. These scenes typically involve a person clutching their check suddenly as the pain hits them. Certainly, chest pain may be associated with a heart attack but it is far from the only primary symptom. In fact, for women, it may not even be present at all.
When Maryland couples get divorced, they usually want to find a custody arrangement which will be best for their kids. Some families may want to consider an arrangement known as birdnesting.
Receiving a misdiagnosis from a doctor in Maryland can have serious repercussions. It could delay needed treatment for a serious illness or subject you to unnecessary treatment, perhaps even contraindicated treatment for your actual condition. People have died because of misdiagnoses, while others have sustained lifelong injuries.
With spring just around the corner, many residents in Maryland may be eager to get back to some activities they do not engage in during the winter months. For many people, riding a motorcycle may well be one of those activities. Bikers have good reason to enjoy the thrill of riding on two wheels but they must also navigate serious risks when they share the road with cars, trucks and other larger vehicles.
Like many people across Maryland, you may use social media on a daily basis as a means of staying in touch with friends and family, meeting new people or what have you. While, for many, social media can be a great way to socialize and maintain communications with others, people going through divorces might be wise to tread carefully when using it. At Reinstein, Glackin & Herriott, LLC, we have seen firsthand how using social media can come back to bite those navigating their way through divorces, and we have helped many clients make smart moves during their splits that protect their best interests.