Brain and spine injuries are life-changing and can often have permanent or fatal consequences, affecting not just those who are injured but their families as well.
The CDC estimates that in the United States 1.4 million people experience traumatic brain injuries every year, with 235,000 hospitalizations and more than 50,000 deaths.
For the most part, doctors and medical staff have our best interests in mind when they provide diagnoses and administer treatment.
Unfortunately, medical professionals are still open to errors in judgment, mistakes and negligence that can lead to patients experiencing permanent personal injury or death.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 465 people in Maryland died in 2013 due to motor vehicle accidents.
While fatality rates have decreased in recent years, motor vehicle accidents continue to take the lives of Maryland residents.
If you’re injured on the job and unable to work, how will you pay your bills?
In most states, employers are required to carry workers’ compensation insurance, which provides for those who are injured or become sick or disabled as a result of their work activities.
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