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Injured in a car accident?

Motor vehicle accidents of all sorts are seen on Maryland roads every single day. If you happen to be one of the unlucky few who suffered injuries in a car accident, you have likely, many times over, asked yourself if taking legal action to seek compensation for your losses is appropriate. An experienced personal injury attorney can review your case and help you decide if filing claims in civil court is the best course of action.

Poor driver training may contribute to some trucking accidents

Driving a commercial vehicle is not a job for the faint of heart. It is tough work, often with horrible hours. It is a job that will always be in demand, though, as there will always be a need to transport goods across the country. Due to vehicle type and the amount of time spent on the road, truck drivers do need to go through very specific training in order to get their commercial driver's licenses. The problem is, some training programs may be better than others, and those who receive inadequate driver training are more likely to be involved in trucking accidents in Maryland or elsewhere.

Claiming workers' compensation for a car accident on the job

Many professions require that you drive as part of your job. Perhaps you regularly drive to the offices of other clients, or maybe you run errands for your boss by driving to different locations. If you are involved in a collision when you are using your car, you may be able to claim workers' compensation.

Police try but cannot stop all distracted driving accidents

Over Labor Day weekend, police in Maryland were out in force looking for distracted drivers. Their goal was to prevent distracted driving-related accidents and to make those who were not paying attention aware of the seriousness of their actions. Distracted driving is a big problem in this state, and law enforcement officials are doing what they can to address it. Unfortunately, they cannot be everywhere at all times, so distracted driving-related accidents will continue to happen until all drivers choose to pay full attention when behind the wheel.

A bit about workers' compensation

People get hurt on the job or suffer job-related illnesses every day. Maryland residents who find themselves victims of work-related injuries or ailments may have compensation available to them. Most employers are required to have workers' compensation insurance. All employees have to do after suffering an injury on the job or illness due to his or her work duties is file a claim to get the compensation process rolling.

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