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March 2020 Archives

Motor vehicle accidents may stem from speeding

Two individuals' lives were sadly snuffed out in a recent car crash in Maryland. In addition, a third individual suffered critical injuries in the collision, which police said occurred at a high rate of speed. Sometimes, such motor vehicle accidents are the result of a driver's carelessness behind the wheel -- such as speeding -- which is grounds for litigation.

Military divorce: Have you updated your family care plan?

If you or your spouse is a U.S. military service member, your family has made many sacrifices to serve your country. Navigating family life in the military is challenging, especially if you or your spouse has served or is preparing to leave Maryland and serve overseas. Deployment is stressful. Beyond that, military families face all the typical ups and downs that civilian families do, which can weigh heavily upon a marriage.

The new coronavirus might complicate child custody

Many Maryland parents are currently remaining at home with the children and avoiding going out in public in light of the new coronavirus spread. However, what should they do if they are divorced and have co-parents who also want to spend time with the children? Here is a rundown on how to tackle the child custody arrangement issue during the current pandemic.

Tips may help during high-asset divorce or divorce involving kids

The process of getting divorced can understandably be painful. The fact that it involves many moving parts further complicates this ordeal for couples, particularly when the marital breakup is a high-asset divorce or involves young children. However, a few tips may help to make the divorce even easier in Maryland.

Doctor errors can lead to medical malpractice cases

Every human being is biologically unique. This is what causes one person to adversely react to a medication that may work perfectly fine for another person. This is why doctors in Maryland ask about allergies to medications. Adverse reactions to medications can be life threatening and, in some instances, can result in medical malpractice lawsuits.

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