Monthly Archives: January 2013

Maryland Wrongful Death Recoveries: Unborn Children

Automobile accidents are an ever-present danger in today’s society.  Each day, dozens of Maryland residents are seriously injured in collisions between automobiles or while walking as pedestrians.  Sadly, a significant percentage of these people die from their injuries.  Maryland wrongful … Continue reading

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Claims Against the Federal Government

Every year thousands of residents of Maryland and Virginia receive medical care at military base facilities, share the road with postal trucks and visit national parks. If any of these people suffer an injury at the hands of a federal … Continue reading

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In Maryland, a parent owes child support until the child reaches the age of 18, or until the child is 19 if the child is still in high school full-time. The process to modify child support in New Mexico begins … Continue reading

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