Monday February 13th, 2017 The maximum penalty for driving on a suspended license in Maryland for your first offense is 1 year in jail and/or $1,000 and a possible 12 points on your driving record.
Here are a few reasons your license may be suspended:
Failure to pay child support
Failure to attend driver’s improvement program
Failure ... Read more
Friday February 03rd, 2017 Ms. Chinwe Kpaduwa has excellent legal experience in the auto accident and criminal defense areas, providing thorough research, review, and investigation techniques in the processing of my son’s, my husband’s and my cases. Through my seeking Ms. Chinwe’s legal services for my son’s case, she kindly, through the blessing of ... Read more
Monday January 30th, 2017 One of the most common ways people get bench warrants is failing to show up for court. Whether it is a traffic or criminal matter, if you don’t show up for court you usually get a bench warrant. A major cause of this is a change of address. Changing your ... Read more
Tuesday January 17th, 2017 Yes. Opposition research refers to evidence used against the plaintiff to devalue their injury claim. Social media postings are common research tools. This is why posting on social media during car accident treatment can have adverse effects on your case. Some of us like to post daily activity on social ... Read more
Monday January 09th, 2017
How is a total loss determined? The actual cash value (ACV) of your vehicle is compared to the cost of the property damage. If the cost to repair is around 75% of the ACV, the vehicle will most likely be totaled. The determination is mathematical.
What is the actual cash value ... Read more
Tuesday January 03rd, 2017 • Call the Police
Too often, after a car accident, one of the drivers will readily admit fault and offer to pay out of pocket. They will beg the other driver not to call the police, promising to repair damages. Accepting such an offer is the biggest mistake you can make ... Read more
Wednesday November 30th, 2016 Imagine you were just in a car accident, you are injured, and have gone to the emergency room. You are at home sore, in pain, and you get a call from the adjuster. You inform the adjuster that you are not ready to discuss settlement yet because you want to ... Read more
Friday October 28th, 2016 Maryland Expungement Process:
The application, which can be obtained from the Clerk’s office, is first completed by the defendant. It is best to do this with a lawyer as process fees are nonrefundable and applications will be dismissed on account of errors.
The completed application is taken to the Court Clerk in ... Read more
Wednesday October 26th, 2016 Cases on your record may affect your ability to rent an apartment. Some apartment complexes may deny your application if they see an arrest on your record although your criminal case was dismissed and you have no convictions on your record. The fact that they can see what you were ... Read more