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Am I a Victim of Medical Malpractice?

Errors made by healthcare providers can have an intense impact on a patient’s life, often causing substantial pain and suffering, permanent disabilities and even death. Luckily, healthcare providers carry significant insurance policies to pay for their mistakes and to compensate patients and their families. In addition, skilled medical malpractice attorneys,…

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An Overview of JUUL and E-Cigarette Litigation

E-cigarette use has increased at a startling rate in the United States, particularly among middle and high school students. E-cigarettes, including those made by JUUL and other manufacturers, have been criticized for being developed, packaged and marketed in ways that are particularly appealing to minors. In the wake of these…

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The Opioid Epidemic: What are the Effects of Opioids on Public Health?

Drug overdoses are one of the leading injury-related causes of death in the United States, and approximately 68% of drug overdoses involve prescription or illicit opioids. Beyond the tragic impact that opioids can have on users, opioids also cause harm to the families of users and our communities at large, which includes…

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The Law Offices of Evan K. Thalenberg Recognized as One of the Top Personal Injury Law Firms in Maryland

The attorneys at The Law Offices of Evan K. Thalenberg attended The Daily Record’s 2019 Reader Rankings event on Monday, October 7th, where they were recognized as one of the best personal injury law firms in Maryland.  The Daily Record’s Reader Rankings is an annual ranking process that recognizes the…

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Baltimore jury awards $2.2 million lead paint verdict

A Baltimore jury awarded $2.2 million to a man who has permanent brain damage from having been exposed to lead paint as a child. After deliberating for two days and one hour on the third day, a jury of two men and four women on Friday awarded $1,100,000 in economic…

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Baltimore man who suffered brain damage from lead paint wins $2 million lead paint settlement

A Baltimore jury has awarded around $2 million to a man who has permanent brain damage from being exposed to lead paint as a child. The Daily Record reports a jury on Friday awarded 24-year-old Savon Johnson $1.1 million in economic damages and $1.1 million in non-economic damages, although the…

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Baltimore jury awards $1.2 million lead paint verdict

A Baltimore city jury awarded $1.2 million to a woman who has permanent cognitive deficiencies from being exposed to lead paint as a baby. After a five-day trial and two hours of deliberations, a jury of two men and four women awarded damages to Courtney Tomlin, 25, on Friday. Tomlin…

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