Federal Court Rules Investigation Of Sexual Assault Allegations Can Give Rise To A Retaliation Claim

In Doe v. Salisbury University , — F.Supp.3d —-, Civil No. JKB-14-3853, 2015 WL 3478134 (D. Md. June 2, 2015), the United States District Court for the District of Maryland ruled that a university student sufficiently pled a cause of action for retaliation against the university under Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 […]

Factors Involved in Commercial Truck Accidents

Auto accident frequently result in serious injury, especially when a passenger vehicle is involved in an accident with a commercial truck. Because you will have to deal with both the trucking company and various insurance companies who will attempt to minimize lawsuit damages, it’s important that you consult with an experienced accident lawyer in Annapolis. […]

Understanding the Basics about Traumatic Brain Injuries

Coping with a traumatic brain injury can be difficult for both the accident survivor and his or her family. To help you and your family during this difficult time, we recommend this video from the Brain & Spinal Cord Injury Center on the basics of traumatic brain injuries. This clip provides general information about these […]

A Parent’s Guide to Coping with Birth Injuries

There are inherent risks and dangers of giving birth, but in some cases birth injuries are the result of negligence on the part of the doctor and/or nursing staff. Medical negligence and malpractice can cause a number of different birth injuries, including paralysis, cerebral palsy, spinal cord injury, shoulder dystocia, and traumatic brain injury. To […]

Comparing Complete and Incomplete Spinal Cord Injuries

Spinal cord injuries commonly occur on at a microscopic level. When comparing complete and incomplete spinal cord injuries, the difference is in the resulting nerve damage in the spine and how it translates to a loss of motor function. For example, paralysis would be considered the result of a complete spinal cord injury while loss […]

Examining Common Personal Injury Cases

If you’ve been injured due to another’s negligence, you may be eligible to receive compensation for medical expenses, lost income, and general pain and suffering resulting from the injury. There are a number of different ways a person may be injured, but regardless of the cause the injured party may be entitled to personal injury […]

Proving Defamation Claims

Personal injury claims aren’t solely reserved for injuries that are physical in nature. Sometimes words can be just as harmful, especially if the claims made against you have hurt your reputation and affected your livelihood. That’s why personal injury lawyers commonly take on defamation claims. In order to win a defamation claim, your attorney must […]

Preventing Permanent Injury in a Car Accident

After a car accident in Annapolis , it’s highly advisable that victims get medical help as soon as possible, even if they do not appear to be severely injured. As you’ll learn by watching this video, a car accident can easily lead to permanent injuries. The chiropractor in this video explains that permanent injuries can […]

What Are the Most Common Causes of Auto Accidents?

Car accidents have claimed countless lives and inflicted serious injuries. Even when drivers are careful behind the wheel, their safety can be instantly compromised by a reckless, distracted, fatigued, or impaired driver. If you’ve been injured in a car accident, you have the right to consult a personal injury lawyer in Annapolis. You shouldn’t have […]

Sixth Circuit Rules On Telecommuting As A Reasonable Accommodation Under The ADA

In E.E.O.C. v. Ford Motor Company , 782 F.3d 753 (6th Cir. 2015), a divided en banc panel of the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit held that Ford Motor Company did not violate the Americans With Disabilities Act (“ADA”) by denying Jane Harris the opportunity to telecommute on an “as needed […]