Is Maryland’s Legal System Winning the Fight Against Uninsured Drivers?
A 2021 study by the Insurance Research Council revealed that one in eight drivers lack car insurance, even though all but two states mandate that drivers have car insurance. The 12.6% of uninsured motorists are of particular concern for drivers and officials in Maryland. That’s because the state is consistently one of the states withRead More
What are the Three New House/Senate Bills for Anne Arundel, Maryland?
Since news outlets usually focus on international and national matters, it’s easy for new legislation on the county level to receive less attention than it deserves. In 2016, Governor Larry Hogan signed 106 bills into law, three of which specifically affect Anne Arundel county government. Senate Bill 47 Sponsored by Senator Bryan Simonaire, R-Pasadena, SenateRead More
Drug Possession Statistics
Drug possession has become one of the largest crimes in the United States and is a small portion of the parent category: drug offenses. We’ve compiled and organized statistics from the Bureau of Justice Statistics and the FBI for your convenience in relation to drug possession charges. Note: All of these statistics do not includeRead More
Medical Malpractice: What to Expect When You Sue
No one likes to think that their doctor or hospital can make a mistake. However, those in the medical profession are only human, and mistakes do happen. Sometimes, these mistakes can lead to serious pain, disability, and even death. If you or a loved one suffered from a potential mistake made in your medical care,Read More