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Understanding IIHS vehicle safety ratings

When you walk into a Washington D.C. metro area car dealer’s showroom, salespeople will tell you with considerable enthusiasm about their vehicles’ safety features. Typically prominent in those discussions are a pair of coveted ratings from the Insurance Institute for...

What are bed sores?

When a loved one lives in a nursing home, you expect them to be afforded top-quality care. Older adults with advanced medical needs, including those who are bedridden, must be privy to round the clock care to keep them safe and secure. This includes help with personal...

What is a property owner’s duty of care?

The common assumption is that if you suffer an injury on another person’s property in Bethesda, the property owner is automatically liable. Such thinking is reasonable, given that you would expect no one would allow you on to their property without firstly ensuring...

Medical malpractice and the standard of care

You know that every medical procedure carries some degree of risk. Your doctor should inform you of any risks before you consent to a medical procedure. But where does your assumption of the risk stop and cases of medical malpractice begin? The answer often turns on...

Negligent entrustment explained

Many in Bethesda may think that those who seek legal action following a car accident are simply trying to profit off their incidents. Yet if you have been involved in your own accident, you can attest to the fact that such action is likely not your first choice;...