What is a Bad Faith Insurance Claim?

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Insurance companies must act with a sincere intention to be fair, open, and honest, paying claims promptly in case of damages caused by events covered by the policy. Unfortunately, we know this is not always the case. Even if you file your personal injury claim correctly, many companies look for ways to avoid making payments…

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Can Car Crashes Cause PTSD?

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A car accident is a traumatizing and stressful event that can leave behind physical injuries, psychological trauma, and emotional scars. While physical injuries are almost always immediately apparent after a car collision, the same cannot be said about psychological injuries, including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). PTSD is one of the most common mental health conditions…

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How Do Traffic Cameras Help With Car Accident Claims?

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Car accidents are a common occurrence that can lead to injuries, property damage, and even fatalities. In Maryland, traffic cameras are becoming an increasingly important and prevalent tool in managing traffic and aiding in car crash investigations. If you have been involved in an auto accident, you may pursue legal action to seek monetary compensation…

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What To Do After a Bicycle Accident With Injuries in Maryland

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Maryland is a state with a growing cycling community, as people increasingly turn to bicycles for both recreational, and commuting purposes. Riding a bicycle in Baltimore is a convenient option for inexpensive transportation, and the use of bicycles is steadily growing over the years with the cost of living on the rise. Obviously, bicycling allows…

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