May 9th, 2023

Maryland PIP – What Is It and Why Do You Need It?

What is PIP? PIP, which is short for Personal Injury Protection, is a type of coverage on your automobile insurance policy. It helps you pay for medical bills and lost wages if you are injured…

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May 3rd, 2023

ChatGPT, Esq.? Not so fast!

Legal challenges can be incredibly stressful, leaving you feeling like you’re in over your head. In today’s world, there are numerous solutions available for any given legal problem. However, navigating this maze of options can…

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Tax Attorney David De Jong

May 1st, 2023

April Federal Tax Update

INDIVIDUALS In Kiczuk v. United States, 131 AFTR2d 2023-1292, a Connecticut Federal District Court concluded that disability benefits paid to a state employee were taxfree and akin to workers compensation as the result of a…

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April 20th, 2023

When Should You Call an Attorney for Food Poisoning? Important Steps to Take After Falling Ill

Every year, there are numerous food recalls that affect the food products we commonly consume. One such recent recall involved lettuce and salad kits that were sold in a number of states, including Virginia. These…

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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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April 7th, 2023

Estate Planning Considerations for Multigenerational Households – Consider a Family Limited Partnership

It is becoming increasingly common for multiple generations of a family to live together, with older and younger family members sharing a home. It can provide many benefits, including assistance raising children, caring for elderly…

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April 5th, 2023

Legally Speaking with Aron Benjamin: Talking Taxes

In this episode of “Legally Speaking with Aron Benjamin,” we are joined by tax attorney Michael Goldberg to explore the complex world of taxes during tax season. With so many updates and changes to the…

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April 3rd, 2023

Attention Employers: Is Your Severance Agreement Enforceable? NLRB Decision Raises Questions

Employers should revisit their severance agreement before presenting them to employees due to a recent decision by the National Labor Relations Board (the NLRB). In McLaren Macomb and Local 40 RN Staff Council, Office and…

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Tax Attorney David De Jong

April 1st, 2023

March Federal Tax Update

In Ahaiwe v. Commissioner, TC Summary Opinion 2023-7, the Tax Court found that the insolvency exception to reporting relief from indebtedness income did not apply when the taxpayer provided only a worksheet with “numbers on…

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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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