Car Accident

April 14th, 2023

Dos and Don’ts Immediately Following a Car Collision

Everyone hopes that they will never be in a car crash. Most people think they would know what to do if they were in one. While things happen quickly, and people are often in shock,…

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Car Damaged After Collision

March 23rd, 2023

Enhanced Underinsured Motorist Insurance in Maryland and Why You Want It

Do you know that if you are involved in an accident through no fault of your own the other driver may not be carrying enough insurance to cover your car or your injuries? In fact…

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Broken Car Dashboard

March 21st, 2023

A Primer on “PIP”: How Can It Help Your Patients

Maryland Personal Injury Protection insurance, also known as “PIP”, is no-fault auto insurance coverage which MUST be afforded by auto insurers in Maryland. PIP coverage provides immediate funds to pay for 100% of any medical bills…

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February 28th, 2023

Legally Speaking With Aron Benjamin: Maryland New Law Update 2023

Join Stein Sperling’s personal injury and criminal law attorney Aron Benjamin as he speaks with estates, trusts & probate attorney Sarah Broder and employment and business law attorney Darla McClure about new laws in Maryland in 2023,…

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Key in Car Ignition

February 3rd, 2023

Buyer Beware When Buying Used Kia, Hyundai Vehicles

For years now, insurance companies and law enforcement agencies have been battling an increasing number of car thefts, especially with KIA and Hyundai vehicles. Hyundai vehicles from 2016-2021 and Kia vehicles from 2011-October of 2021…

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December 12th, 2022

The New Reality of Civil and/or Criminal Accident Liability While Using EV Autopilot

Can You Be Held Responsible For An Accident Which Occurred When You Were Not Physically Driving? For many years now autopilot has been talked about and sold to the public as the future of automobile…

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October 27th, 2022

Maryland Pedestrian Safety: What Runners Need to Know

Maryland laws consider runners to be “pedestrians,” and there is an entire chapter in the Maryland Transportation Code relating to pedestrian rights and responsibilities. In honor of Pedestrian Safety Month, it’s important to review several…

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Attorney Jonathan Lieberman with photo of an ambulance and MSBA logo

October 25th, 2022

Jonathan Lieberman’s “Pitfalls of a Personal Injury Case” Published by Maryland State Bar Association

Personal injury cases sometimes look too good to be true and many attorneys believe getting medical records and bills and sending them to an insurance carrier to obtain a settlement offer are the only steps…

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October 18th, 2022

Consumer Beware When Purchasing A Used Car

News reports night after night show the complete devastation throughout many Florida communities, including thousands upon thousands of abandoned, flooded cars. Unfortunately, a good portion of those cars will be transported throughout the country and…

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October 4th, 2022

Webinar: Get Schooled on Sending Your Kids to College

In this hour-long round table Stein Sperling estates, trusts & probate lawyer Adam Abramowitz, personal injury and criminal law lawyer R. Aron Benjamin and family law lawyer Julie Christopher discuss sending your child off to…

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