The modern economy requires a lot of flexibility from companies. They may need to send service technicians out to uphold a warranty with next to no advance warning or may need to pick up supplies from retail shops in the middle of a shift. Therefore, many people have...
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A blessed event turned tragic
On Behalf of Preller Law Firm, LLC | Mar 8, 2023 | Medical Malpractice
Nothing is more devastating to parents to discover that the newborn child they have been anticipating for nine months suffers a severe or fatal birth injury. Birth injuries can occur before, during, and after delivery. Recent statistics reveal that of the 1,000 babies...
Why you should be prepared to attack witness credibility
On Behalf of Preller Law Firm, LLC | Dec 13, 2022 | Criminal Defense
Although the prosecution sometimes has physical evidence to present against a defendant in a criminal case, often, much of their arguments are based on witness testimony. This means that your future could rest in the hands of those who take the stand to testify...
How can you start building your car accident case now?
On Behalf of Preller Law Firm, LLC | Sep 12, 2022 | Injuries
So, you’ve been injured in a car accident. What do you do now? That’s a good question, and the answer is critical to obtaining needed medical care and securing financial stability. For many car accident victims, pursuing a personal injury lawsuit is in the cards....
Common causes of preventable birth injury
On Behalf of Preller Law Firm, LLC | Jun 9, 2022 | Medical Malpractice
Having a baby is a joyous event for Maryland parents, and one that gives them a blend of exhilaration, anxiety and exhaustion, even when everything goes as they had hoped. When a birth injury occurs, however, before birth or during delivery, it may unnecessarily...
Nursing home safety the goal of planned new rules
On Behalf of Preller Law Firm, LLC | Mar 8, 2022 | Nursing Home Abuse
In Maryland and across the nation, the tumult over the past several years, how it impacted healthcare and especially how nursing home residents are cared for has drawn scrutiny as well as calls for action. People who reside in nursing homes are often elderly, ill,...
The consequences of distracted driving
On Behalf of Preller Law Firm, LLC | Dec 14, 2021 | Personal Injury
The consequences of distracted driving can be great and their greatest impact can be felt by victims of distracted driving accidents. For that reason, it is useful for victims of distracted driving-related car accidents and their families to be familiar with the legal...
Safety and avoiding auto accidents a priority as school starts
On Behalf of Preller Law Firm, LLC | Sep 13, 2021 | Personal Injury - Motor Vehicle Accidents
Road safety is a frequent concern in Maryland. Auto accidents can impact anyone and happen for a variety of reasons. However, there are some members of society who are more vulnerable than others. At the top of the list is children. While they are at risk year-round,...
Long work hours can lead to drowsy driving accidents
On Behalf of Preller Law Firm, LLC | Jun 11, 2021 | Personal Injury - Motor Vehicle Accidents
People in Maryland who work in factories or in the service industry often work double shifts or third shift. While they may do so simply to earn an income so they can provide for their family it is likely that after their shift is done, they will have to drive to get...
Four common mistakes OB/GYNs make
On Behalf of Preller Law Firm, LLC | Mar 17, 2021 | Medical Malpractice
Women in Maryland who are pregnant may be excited to welcome the new addition to their family. However, they may also recognize that complications can arise during their pregnancy and labor, and they may simply wish for a smooth birth process and a healthy baby....
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