Celebrating Women’s History Month: Five Iconic Female Attorneys

March 23, 2021

March is Women’s History Month, a month dedicated to celebrating the outstanding accomplishments women have contributed to society throughout history and today. First established in 1987, Women’s History Month praises the vital roles and sacrifices that women have made in American history. In the legal field currently, nearly 2 out of every 5 attorneys are […]

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Introducing Potter Burnett Law’s Newest Attorney

February 16, 2021

The Potter Burnett Law Pride welcomes John Costello to their renowned team as a Litigation Associate. In this role, he will be representing clients who are involved in personal injury cases. Learn more about John, his background, and his passion for law by reading our Q&A below. Where are you from? Silver Spring, Maryland. Where […]

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Potter Burnett Law Welcomes New Law Clerk, Alix LaFree

February 12, 2021

Potter Burnett Law has recently welcomed a new law clerk to the Pride. Meet Alix, a current student at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law. Learn more about her background and passion for law by reading our Q&A below. Name: Alix LaFree Undergraduate education and degree: Alix graduated from the University […]

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Potter Burnett Law Attorneys Recognized in 2021 Super Lawyers Lists

December 28, 2020

Potter Burnett Law is pleased to announce that Deborah Potter, Suzanne Burnett, and Andrew Burnett have all been recognized by top legal rating service, Super Lawyers, as members of their Top Lawyers and Rising Stars lists. These esteemed lists highlight the hard work and time that they devote to their practice and clients. Deborah was […]

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Potter Burnett Law Welcomes New Additions to Their Growing Team

October 23, 2020

Recently, Potter Burnett Law warmly welcomed a new receptionist to their Pride, Melissa Clark. Originally from Bowie, Maryland, Melissa attended Frostburg State University from where she graduated Magna Cum Laude. Melissa was looking for job opportunities after graduating from college when she performed a Google search of law firms in Bowie, and Potter Burnett’s website […]

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Understanding a Zantac Cancer Lawsuit – Do You Have a Claim?

August 18, 2020

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently revealed that Zantac and generic varieties could contain a chemical that may be linked to cancer. Lawsuits against Zantac manufacturers allege that the drug contains a cancer-causing chemical called N-Nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA). Patients are advised to stop taking medications containing this harmful chemical. If you believe you have […]

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Understanding COVID-19 in Nursing Homes and What Facilities Can Do

August 18, 2020

The current coronavirus infection, known as COVID-19, is a pandemic. This viral, respiratory infection is in at least 114 countries and has killed over 555,000 people according to the World Health Organization. The coronavirus has proven to be particularly deadly for elderly individuals, especially those in long-term care facilities such as nursing homes. It can […]

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Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyradiculoneuropathy (CIDP) Misdiagnosis

August 18, 2020

What is CIDP? Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy is a rare disorder that occurs when the myelin sheaths that surround the peripheral nerves are damaged. Myelin helps ensure that signals from the brain are quickly transmitted to the right parts of the body. If destroyed, there is a lack of communication between the brain and body […]

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Perinatal Asphyxia

August 16, 2020

A decrease in blood flow to the baby’s tissues, or decrease in oxygen in the baby’s blood pre-, during, or post-delivery is called Perinatal asphyxia. Some of the most common causes of Perinatal asphyxia include the following: Placenta has separation from the uterus before delivery (placental abruption) Umbilical cord blood flow due to obstruction Fetus […]

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Birth Injury: Bleeding Around the Brain

August 16, 2020

  Bleeding around and within the brain (intracranial hemorrhage) is typically caused by the rupture of blood vessels that may have originated during birth. These blood-related issues may include: Injuries sustained at birth Decreases of delivery of blood or oxygen to the brain which may result in significant illness in the newborn A severe issue […]

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Common Types of Birth Injuries

August 16, 2020

The consequences of injuries to a baby during difficult labor and delivery may range from mild to severe and may be temporary or permanent. These traumatic birth-related injuries may involve the other parts of the body and specifically, the brain. Some of the most common preventable birth injuries may even result in death. Preventable birth […]

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Potter Burnett Law Welcomes New Summer Law Clerk

May 18, 2020

Potter Burnett Law has recently welcomed a new law clerk to the Pride. Meet Rob, a current student at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law. Learn more about his background and his passion for law by reading our Q&A below. Name: Rob Stenzel Where are you from? “I grew up on […]

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Common Car Accident Injuries

May 13, 2020

Despite major advances in car safety in recent years, car accidents remain among the leading causes of accidental injury and death in America. When a car stops suddenly because of an accident or collision, the vehicle’s occupants will remain in motion until they hit a safety restraint or the structure of the car. Unrestrained passengers […]

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How to Safely Share the Road with Cyclists

May 13, 2020

For drivers, sharing the road begins with the understanding that bicyclists and motorcyclists have the same rights as you. They also face unique safety challenges, such as being smaller and less visible. To maintain a safe coexistence, motorists must act with added care and respect for outlined rules and regulations when it comes to sharing […]

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What is Distracted Driving?

May 13, 2020

Roadways can be a dangerous place. Regardless of where you live, or why you’re on the road, the risks seem to be increasing each year. By participating in distracted driving behaviors, your risk of hurting yourself or someone on the road around you increases instantly. Driving while distracted is much more dangerous than you may […]

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Potter Burnett Law Launches New Commercial Spot

April 21, 2020

Check out our Pride’s new commercial spot! Keep an eye out when watching your favorite TV shows and you may just see Debbie, Suzanne, and Andrew during the commercial break.

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LTCCC News Alert: Protecting Vulnerable Residents From Coronavirus

April 1, 2020

Source: Long Term Care Community Coalition Contact: Richard Mollot, 212-385-0356 or RICHARD@LTCCC.ORG. March 3, 2020 — Concern over coronavirus is growing as a significant outbreak in the United States becomes increasingly likely. According to researchers, residents in nursing homes and other adult care facilities are particularly vulnerable to coronavirus due to their age, pre-existing medical […]

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New COVID-19 Fact Sheet for Residents of Nursing Homes and Families

April 1, 2020

Source: The National Consumer Voice for Quality Long-Term Care   Consumer Voice has recently released a new publication: COVID-19, and Nursing Homes:  What Residents and Families Need to Know. This consumer factsheet is designed to inform both residents and their families about steps the federal government has taken to reduce the spread of the virus, […]

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Potter Burnett Law Activity Book

March 24, 2020

Many changes have been taking place in response to COVID-19 in order to keep people both safe and healthy, including measures such as closing schools and social distancing. While spending time at home, you may be looking for new activities to occupy the time, especially with students out of school for at least the next […]

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CMS Announces Actions to Address Spread of Coronavirus

March 19, 2020

Source: Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services  CMS Announces Actions to Address Spread of Coronavirus CMS calls on all health care providers to activate infection control practices and issues guidance to inspectors as they inspect facilities affected by Coronavirus. Today, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) is announcing several actions aimed at limiting […]

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Preparing for COVID-19: Long-term Care Facilities, Nursing Homes

March 19, 2020

Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention A new respiratory disease – coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) – is spreading globally and there have been instances of COVID-19 community spread in the United States. The general strategies CDC recommends to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in LTCF are the same strategies these facilities use every day […]

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CMS Issues Clear, Actionable Guidance to Providers about COVID-19 Virus

March 19, 2020

Source: Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Information for the healthcare workforce in Hospice and Nursing Homes protects staff and vulnerable patients The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) is taking action to protect the health and safety of our nation’s patients and providers in the wake of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. […]

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Nursing Home Abuse Statistics You Should Know

February 24, 2020

Source: Nursing Home Abuse Justice   Nursing Home Abuse Statistics Overview As many as 5,000,000 elders are abused each year. It is thought that 1 in 10 elders over the age of 60 have been abused. One study reported that as many as 24.3% of residents experienced at least one instance of physical abuse while […]

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The Financial Burden of Car Accidents

February 24, 2020

Car accidents can generate a heavy financial burden, especially if you are forced to take time off work to recover from your car accident. If you’ve been injured by another driver in an accident, you may be eligible for multiple types of compensation. Many different expenses can arise from being affected by a car accident. […]

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Dealing With an Insurance Adjuster After a Car Accident

January 20, 2020

In 2018, more than 40,000 people died in motor vehicle crashes, resulting in an estimated $433.8 billion in total cost from damage to motor vehicles including medical expenses, damage to property for motor vehicles, loss of wages and productivity, workplace costs and administrative expenses. In Maryland alone, there are estimated to be over 100,000 car […]

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Some Nursing Homes Are Illegally Evicting Elderly and Disabled Residents Who Can’t Afford to Pay

January 16, 2020

Source: NBC News | Katie Engelhart When Jamie Moore arrived home on a Thursday evening in March, she was surprised to find her mother-in-law in her living room. Glenda Moore, 67, had been sitting in her wheelchair for hours. Without anyone to help her to the bathroom, she’d had an accident. She was also having […]

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Safety Tips to Use in the Kitchen This Holiday Season

December 18, 2019

Sometimes holiday plans can become very hectic, especially when prepping to have loved ones over, or cooking food to bring to a holiday party. This could mean that your holiday party prep becomes rushed, and important tasks, such as forgetting to turn a stove off, can occur. It’s important to ensure that you prepare and […]

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Safe Driving Tips for the Holiday Season

December 18, 2019

For many people, holidays involve traveling to celebrate with family or friends. Though this is a joyous time of year, it can also become dangerous. When traveling, it is important to make sure you are always keeping safety in mind when on the road.   Keep spirits high and everybody safe with these winter holiday […]

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Top Five Common Misunderstandings about Car Crashes from Victims

December 2, 2019

IMPORTANT FACTS YOU SHOULD KNOW Delays are Caused by Victims False – Most delays are due to the crowded court dockets, while some are due to the insurance company hoping that the victim may tire and give up over time. Also, a victim is only allowed to have one jury trial. That’s why it’s important to […]

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Birth Injury Explained: Shoulder Dystocia

November 18, 2019

When shoulder dystocia occurs, it puts both mother and baby at risk for permanent damage. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, shoulder dystocia occurs in approximately 1 out of every 1,000 births. Shoulder dystocia happens when a baby’s shoulders remain stuck in the mother’s pelvis after the head of the infant has […]

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Stress-Free Driving During the Holidays

November 18, 2019

For many of us, the holidays involve traveling to spend time with family and friends. While this can be a joyous time full of parties and fun, driving to and from your holiday destinations can become dangerous, stressful, or even potentially deadly. It is important to focus on safe driving practices during this time of […]

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Birth Injury: What Is Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy (HIE)?

November 14, 2019

Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy, also known as Intrapartum Asphyxia, is one of the most common types of brain damage in babies. According to the World Health Organization, HIE is the fifth leading cause of death worldwide in children under five years of age.  HIE causes an astonishing 23% of neonatal deaths worldwide. HIE is a condition […]

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Suzanne Burnett Receives 2019 Leading Women Award

October 22, 2019

Potter Burnett Law is pleased to announce that Suzanne Burnett was selected to receive The Daily Record’s Leading Women award. This award is presented to 50 women each year, who are 40 years of age or younger, for the accomplishments they have made so far in their careers. A panel of previous Top 100 Women […]

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Potter Burnett Welcomes New Law Clerk

October 16, 2019

Potter Burnett Law has recently welcomed a new law clerk to their Pride. Alex is a current student at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law. Learn more about Alex, his background, and his passion for law by reading our Q&A below. Name: Alex Greenspan Where are you from? Millersville, MD Undergraduate […]

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Birth Injury: Cerebral Palsy

October 11, 2019

Cerebral Palsy is one of the most common causes of brain disorders affecting infants in the United States. According to the CDC, it affects around 4 children out of every 1,000 children. How these deficiencies affect the individual will vary depending on what type of disorder the person has. Cerebral palsy is often used as an […]

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Justice is a Lady Lawyer: Suzanne Burnett

September 30, 2019

Finding the right lawyer is hard. Clients may spend countless hours searching for the right attorney to represent a loved one or themselves. In what was once, and still is, a heavily male-dominated field, female trial lawyers can be hard to come by, but Potter Burnett Law is proud to have Suzanne Burnett in their […]

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Steps to Win an Insurance Claim or Personal Injury Lawsuit

September 30, 2019

To win an insurance claim or personal injury lawsuit, you’ll need evidence to support your liability and injury claims. One of the largest determining factors for the outcome of your personal injury lawsuit is the determination of fault. In order to effectively fight for your rights in a personal injury lawsuit, it is imperative that […]

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How a Cancer Misdiagnosis Can Become Catastrophic

September 30, 2019

We look to healthcare professionals to guard, maintain, and monitor our health and well-being. When doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals provide inadequate attention to important details, it could result in something extremely detrimental to our health, such as a cancer misdiagnosis. Patients need thorough examinations, one on one consultations, and careful attention when dealing […]

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Justice is a Lady Lawyer: Deborah Potter

August 5, 2019

At Potter Burnett Law, our Pride works to revolutionize the way you experience the entire legal process. Our legal team understands the importance of standing by your side and confidently representing individuals throughout the state of Maryland and Washington, DC.   When it comes to selecting your lawyer, many clients research tirelessly for the right […]

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Nursing Home Neglect: Financial Abuse

August 5, 2019

If your loved one currently resides in a nursing home or assisted care facility, it is important to remain aware of possible instances of elder abuse or neglect that could occur. Unfortunately, abuse of the elderly can take form in a multitude of ways. It is important to be aware of your elderly loved one’s […]

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Stay Safe When Driving at Night

August 5, 2019

Driving at night can become dangerous if you are not prepared. It can be much riskier for both motorists and pedestrians during this time. Visibility is significantly decreased, leading to more factors that may pose a risk of causing an accident. According to The National Safety Council, “Traffic death rates are three times greater at […]

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Meet Our Summer Law Clerks

June 27, 2019

This summer, Potter Burnett Law has welcomed two hard-working and dedicated law clerks to their Pride. Both law clerks are also current students at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law, which is also Debbie Potter’s alma mater. Read our Q&A with law clerks Megan and Lauren to learn a little more […]

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4 Summer Driving Hazards to Be Aware Of

June 24, 2019

With summer comes the joy of family vacations and warm, sunny weather. However, summer also brings along a new set of issues to be cautious of. When it comes to driving during the summer season, it is best to be prepared for any situation that may arise and practice behaviors that will keep everyone safe […]

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How to Prove a Wrongful Death

June 24, 2019

When someone is killed due to misconduct or negligence, a wrongful death lawsuit may be filed. These types of lawsuits seek to compensate the survivors of the deceased for lost wages, companionship, and funeral expenses. The suit is usually filed by a representative of the estate on behalf of the surviving family members and all […]

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5 Steps to Take After a Slip, Trip, or Fall

June 24, 2019

At some point, most people suffer from a fall, trip, or slip. When this happens, it is sometimes through no fault of your own. These accidents can happen anywhere, at any time, and it is important to know the necessary steps to take following an accident. The law states that all buildings, homes, parking lots, […]

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Dehydration and Malnutrition Signs in Nursing Homes Residents

May 16, 2019

Everyone wants their loved ones to be safe when being placed in a nursing home, however, there is an unfortunate possibility of abuse or neglect that loved ones should always be aware of. Some of the most common types of neglect are malnutrition and dehydration, which can ultimately become deadly. Below we will discuss some […]

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6 Steps of a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit

May 16, 2019

  Medical malpractice occurs when a health care provider neglects to provide a patient with appropriate treatment or provides substandard treatment that leads to injury or death. In Maryland, a health care provider can be medically negligent if they treat a patient below the industry standard of care or injure a patient in the process. […]

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Senators Ramp Up Outrage Over Nursing Home Abuse

March 27, 2019

Source: Sarah Elizabeth Adler, AARP Lawmakers expressed outrage at widespread reports of abuse and neglect in the nation’s nursing homes at a Senate Finance Committee hearing on Wednesday, noting that resident mistreatment has been a problem for decades despite regulatory reforms and attempts at improved government oversight. “Seniors in nursing homes are among the people […]

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In-Depth Data Shows How Pedestrians Get Injured in Car Accidents

March 27, 2019

When you think of auto-accidents, the first instance that comes to mind is not often one that involves pedestrians. 2017 marked the second year in a row for the highest amount of pedestrian fatalities since 1990. Nearly 6,000 pedestrians were killed in 2017, most being children and the elderly. Though there is no specific evidence […]

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Driving in Unexpected Weather Conditions

March 27, 2019

It often seems that as soon as we think better weather is right around the corner, we are then hit with more extreme weather, such as sudden temperature drops or massive amounts of rainfall in a short period of time. Situations like this make it more difficult to drive and complete our day to day […]

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Pedestrian deaths hit 28-year high, and big vehicles and smartphones are to blame

March 5, 2019

Source: CNBC | Phil LeBeau The number of pedestrians killed along U.S. roadways last year climbed to the highest level since 1990, according to a new report. An estimated 6,227 pedestrians were killed in 2018, an increase of 250 from 2017, the Governors Highway Safety Association said Thursday. The association based its estimate on data […]

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Maryland’s Nursing Homes Fall Short Of Nation’s Best

February 4, 2019

Source: Deb Belt | Patch National Staff Placing a loved one in a nursing home is among the hardest decisions you’ll ever make. Here’s how nursing homes in Maryland stack up. Putting Mom or Dad in a nursing home is one of the most complicated and emotionally painful decisions you may ever have to make. […]

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How To Report Nursing Home Abuse in Maryland

January 17, 2019

All nursing home facilities in Maryland are licensed and regulated by the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. The Code of Maryland Regulations outlines the duties and standards nursing homes must adhere to, and specifically restricts activities and behaviors that could harm residents. When caretakers fail to adhere to these rules, your loved one could […]

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I Was Hit by An Uninsured Driver – Now What?

January 17, 2019

With literally tens of thousands of car accidents in the United States every year, one can only hope not to be involved in one. Regardless of practicing safe driving habits, sometimes a car accident is unavoidable. If you have the misfortune of being involved in a crash, it can sometimes be a small comfort to […]

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Maryland Winter Weather Driving Tips

January 4, 2019

Did you know that more than 116,000 Americans are injured and 1,300 are killed per year due to snowy road conditions? Maryland winters are known to bring severe inclement weather to the area. Even the smallest amount of snow, sleet or ice can make driving hazardous. To ensure that you are not negatively affected by […]

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Our Pride Gives Back

December 19, 2018

Potter Burnett Law adopted a family for the holidays through the Anne Arundel Bar Association Angel Tree program. Each year in December, the AABA office transforms into Santa’s southern workshop and every corner is filled with bags full of gifts for local children in need. The Angel tree program is co-sponsored by the Circuit Court for Anne […]

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Most Headlights In New Cars Are Inadequate, Study Finds

November 30, 2018

Source: 4 WBZ, CBS Boston The majority of 2018 model cars come with inadequate headlights and most “good-rated” headlights are optional or bundled to cost more money, a new study by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety found. “Consumers shouldn’t have to buy a fully loaded vehicle to get the headlights they need to safely […]

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7 Tips to Avoid a Thanksgiving Car Accident

November 12, 2018

Thanksgiving in Maryland and the rest of the United States is traditionally the heaviest travel period of the year. Not only do airports get crowded, but the roadways get pretty busy too as people hit the road to visit family and friends. If you plan on driving to reach your destination for Thanksgiving dinner this […]

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Less Than 4 Hours of Sleep? 15 Times More Likely to Cause a Car Collision

November 12, 2018

Not getting enough shut-eye each night can be detrimental to your health. It can also affect your ability to drive, according to a new report. Over the past several years, numerous studies and public health and safety campaigns have focused on reminding us just how dangerous driving while tired can be. Although fatigue and a […]

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Maryland Settles With Nursing Homes That Discharged Patients

November 9, 2018

Source: Washington Post, Savannah Williams and Brooks Dubose | AP ANNAPOLIS, Md. — The state of Maryland on Thursday announced a $2.2 million settlement in its suit against the owners of Neiswanger Management Services, a nursing home company that routinely discharged patients when their Medicare coverage ran out and they had no income for further care. Capital […]

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Halloween Safety Tips from Potter Burnett Law

October 15, 2018

We’ve all heard Halloween horror stories. What’s even scarier, however, is when stories like these involve you or a loved one. While this holiday can be a lot of fun for all ages, it’s important to make sure that you take a few simple precautions in order to mitigate potential safety risks. Unattended candles, dangerous […]

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Where to Find and Compare Nursing Home Ratings

October 15, 2018

Whether you’re looking for the right nursing home facility for a loved one or doing some more research into a nursing home a loved one is currently in, the process can become a struggle. On-site inspections conducted by official state health professionals, in order to assess compliance with federal standards of care, are the best […]

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Avoidable Sepsis Infections Send Thousands to Gruesome Deaths

October 15, 2018

No one tracks sepsis cases closely enough to know how often these severe infections turn fatal, but the toll is enormous. Source: by Fred Schulte, Elizabeth Lucas, Kaiser Health News and Joe Mahr, Chicago Tribune / Sep. 6, 2018 Shana Dorsey first caught sight of the purplish wound on her father’s lower back as he […]

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Calvert County Woman Dies When Truck Crosses Center Line

September 17, 2018

Source: Deb Belt, Patch National Staff A Calvert County woman died in a weekend Severna Park crash when a pickup crossed the center line and hit her car, police say. SEVERNA PARK, MD — A Calvert County woman died Saturday when the car she was driving has hit by a pickup truck that crossed the […]

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2 killed in another wrong-way crash on Route 50 in Annapolis

September 10, 2018

Source: Eye on Annapolis | Staff Maryland State Police are investigating a crash in which two people died early Sunday morning in Anne Arundel County. Shortly after 12:50 a.m., troopers from the Maryland State Police Annapolis Barrack responded to eastbound U.S. Route 50 at Ridgely Avenue on a report of a two-vehicle crash. According to […]

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Driver Hits Odenton Woman Walking Dog

September 7, 2018

Anne Arundel County Police are looking for the driver who hit a woman and her dog, injuring both, Friday morning in Odenton. Source: By Deb Belt, Patch National Staff ODENTON, MD — Anne Arundel County Police are looking for the driver who hit a woman and her dog, injuring both, Friday morning in Odenton, and […]

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Potter Burnett Law Adopts African Lion

September 5, 2018

Potter Burnett Law has adopted an African lion through the Smithsonian’s National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute of the National Zoo for another year! The African lion is listed as vulnerable on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Lion populations have greatly decreased due to habitat loss and human conflict. This adoption supports Friends […]

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Medicare Takes Aim At Boomerang Hospitalizations of Nursing Home Patients

August 29, 2018

Source: Jordan Rau | Kaiser Health News “Oh my God, we dropped her!” Sandra Snipes said she heard the nursing home aides yell as she fell to the floor. She landed on her right side where her hip had recently been replaced. She cried out in pain. A hospital clinician later discovered her hip was […]

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‘Like A Ghost Town’: Erratic Nursing Home Staffing Revealed Through New Records

August 29, 2018

Source: Jordan Rau | Kaiser Health News Most nursing homes had fewer nurses and caretaking staff than they had reported to the government, according to new federal data, bolstering the long-held suspicions of many families that staffing levels were often inadequate. The records for the first time reveal frequent and significant fluctuations in day-to-day staffing, […]

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Medicare Lowers Ratings of 1,400 Nursing Homes due to Staffing Concerns

August 29, 2018

  Source: Jordan Rau and Elizabeth Lucas | Kaiser Health News   Medicare has lowered its star ratings for staffing levels in 1 in 11 of the nation’s nursing homes — almost 1,400 of them — because they either had inadequate numbers of registered nurses or failed to provide payroll data that proved they had […]

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Birth Injury: Soft Tissue and Skin

August 21, 2018

The newborn’s skin may exhibit minor injuries after delivery, especially those areas receiving additional pressure during pre-delivery contractions, or bodily surfaces that first emerge from the birth canal during delivery. Forceps and assorted instruments required for normal delivery procedures can certainly injure the skin. Following breech deliveries, swelling and bruising may appear around the eyes […]

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Now Hiring: Plaintiff’s Firm Personal Injury Litigation Paralegal

August 9, 2018

We are a growing law firm in need of a reliable and proactive Paralegal. The Paralegal will work directly with our attorneys to prepare for upcoming cases, get involved in fact-finding and investigation projects and be responsible for maintaining an index system for firm case files. Our caseload is steady and growing and the ideal […]

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Now Hiring: Personal Injury Litigation Associate

August 9, 2018

A full-time opportunity is currently available for a highly motivated, hard-working, personal injury litigation associate to join the team at Potter Burnett Law. Associate will handle cases from inception through conclusion. Must be licensed in Maryland. Licensed or eligible to be licensed in DC is a plus. Ideal candidate will have 1-3 years litigation experience. […]

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#AnnapolisStrong

July 18, 2018

Our hearts were broken after hearing about the tragedy that recently took place at the Capital Gazette. As a member of the Annapolis community and supporter of the dedicated members of the The Capital , Potter Burnett Law extends our pride’s heartfelt prayers and thoughts to all who were impacted by the actions on Thursday, […]

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Attorney Grievance Commission Names New Chair of Peer Review Committee

July 18, 2018

The Attorney Grievance Commission has appointed Deborah L. Potter, Esq., as chair of the Peer Review Committee. The appointment was effective July 1. Potter succeeds Harry K. Wolpoff, Esq., who served as the committee chair since the inception of the Peer Review Committee in 2001. Wofpoff passed away in March. He served as a volunteer […]

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Understanding the Risks Associated with Motorcycle Accidents

July 2, 2018

Summer is the perfect time of year to take full advantage of the outdoors. This being said, the warmer weather does tend to bring out more motorcycle riders than any other time of year. With the increased number of motorcycles on the roadways comes an increased number of motorcycle accidents. Understanding the risks associated with […]

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When a House Fire in Maryland Becomes a Personal Injury Claim

June 21, 2018

A Prince George’s County house fire occurred earlier this month at the home of a woman and her 3-year-old daughter. The fire broke out around 9:30 a.m. on Monday, June 11th near St. Barnabas Road in Suitland, Md. Both individuals were said to have suffered both smoke inhalation and respiratory distress. The house fire comes […]

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Deborah Potter Awarded Trial Lawyer of the Year

June 21, 2018

Deborah Potter, Suzanne Burnett, and Andrew Burnett were honored to attend the Maryland Association for Justice, Inc.’s 65th Annual President’s Dinner, where Deborah Potter was awarded Trial Lawyer of the Year! This prestigious award is bestowed upon the Maryland trial lawyer who made the greatest contribution to the public interest by trying or settling a […]

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Suzanne Burnett Receives President’s Award from the Anne Arundel Bar Association

June 21, 2018

A huge congratulations to Potter Burnett’s own Suzanne Burnett! She recently received the President’s Award from the Anne Arundel Bar Association. The award is selected by the AABA president, Steve Wrobel. Suzanne was recognized for her work on the board this past year. Most notably, Suzanne played a large role in helping to plan the […]

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Deborah Potter Receives Leadership in Law Award from the Daily Record

May 16, 2018

Source: https://thedailyrecord.com/2018/05/15/deborah-potter-2/ Growing up as a competitive three sport athlete — volleyball, basketball and softball, Deborah Potter was drawn to litigation because she always found trial work very akin to game situations. “It requires preparation, a game plan and execution,” she said. “…I always feel at home in the courtroom.” The daughter of a firefighter […]

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Police: Three Killed in Charles County, Maryland Highway Crash

May 16, 2018

Source: http://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2018/05/16/identities-in-triple-fatal-crash-with-dump-truck/ Maryland State Police identify two of the three victims who died in a triple fatal crash in Charles County Tuesday. The preliminary investigation into the crash indicated a dump truck was traveling eastbound on Maryland Route 234 and Penns Hill Road shortly before 3:00 p.m. when an SUV failed to stop at the […]

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6 in Hospital After 4 Vehicle Crash on Aris T Allen Blvd in Annapolis, Maryland on Saturday

May 16, 2018

Source: http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/2018/05/6-in-hospital-after-4-vehicle-crash-on-aris-t-allen-blvd-on-saturday/ On May 12, 2018 at approximately 6:41 pm officers responded to a multi vehicle crash on Aris T. Allen Blvd (MD-665) at Riva Road in Annapolis. Investigation showed a Ford Raptor was traveling eastbound on MD-665 when it crossed the median into the westbound lanes striking a GMC pickup, Dodge pickup, and a […]

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Types of Damages in Maryland Medical Malpractice Cases

May 11, 2018

A patient injured by medical malpractice can recover a wide variety of damages, ranging from medical bills to the loss of enjoyment of life to future loss of earnings. Ultimately, the answer to the question of “What has the injured patient lost?” adds up to a dollar figure. However, there are actually two types of […]

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3 Common Mistakes to Avoid After a Car Accident

May 11, 2018

Being involved in a car accident can be an overwhelming experience to say the least. Not only are you dealing with the initial shock, but you may also have to deal with months of relative difficulties, such as injuries, insurance claims, and vehicle repairs. In order to minimize the stress associated with the aftermath of […]

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Understanding Your Rights:Wrongful Death in Maryland

May 11, 2018

It can seem next to impossible to move forward after the death of a loved one. When a wrongful death has occurred, family members are often inclined to pursue justice. Potter Burnett Law has been there for clients in the aftermath of a tragedy that could have been avoided. Our attorneys make sure that Maryland […]

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Diminished Value After a Car Crash: Will I Be Reimbursed For Lost Value?

April 2, 2018

In the aftermath of a car wreck, the value of your vehicle becomes immediately lower. This is called diminished value, and it is something individuals do not often consider when an accident occurs. Diminished value is the perceived loss in value of a vehicle following a car crash. This ultimately means that if your car […]

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Deborah Potter Admitted to American College of Trial Lawyers

March 13, 2018

Bowie, Maryland, March 5, 2018 – Deborah Potter has become a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, one of the premier legal associations in North America. The induction ceremony at which Deborah Potter became a Fellow took place recently before an audience of 700 persons during the recent Induction Ceremony at the 2018 […]

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The Imperative Difference Between Trial Lawyers and Litigators

March 6, 2018

The distinction between trial attorneys and litigators is often one that is blurred. Since selecting your attorney is a very personal decision, it’s important to know the difference between the two. Learning as much as possible about your prospective attorney or law firm is critical before making a decision. For example, make sure to research […]

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What Are the Most Common Pediatric Medical Misdiagnoses?

March 6, 2018

  Infants and young children cannot explain their symptoms if they are sick making it very difficult to pinpoint what’s wrong. Because of this, we count on doctors to recognize symptoms in children, make an accurate diagnosis, and carry out an effective treatment plan. Unfortunately, this duty of care sometimes goes unfulfilled. In fact, medical […]

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This Might Shock You…

March 1, 2018

This might shock you but you should be prepared in case someone texting while driving causes you to run off the road and hit a power line pole. If those live wires fall onto your car or the area surrounding it you need to be aware of what to do to ensure your safety. The […]

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Nerve Injuries in Newborns

February 7, 2018

Nerve injuries—minor or life-threatening—may occur pre-delivery or during delivery. These nerve-related birth injuries typically cause weakness of the muscles controlled by the affected nerve. Nerve injuries symptoms may be observed through: A lopsided facial expression, resulting from facial nerve damage, or facial palsy Arm and/or hand weakness, called Brachial plexus nerve damage Difficulty breathing, called […]

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What You Should Know Before Meeting With A Truck Accident Attorney

February 6, 2018

  Truck accidents can be very serious situations. These accidents often occur at high speeds and involve a collision with a vehicle much larger in size than your own, causing a more serious impact than one that may occur in another type of auto accident. Accidents even at low speeds with such heavy vehicles, such […]

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What Are the Different Types of Elder Abuse?

February 6, 2018

  Elder abuse can be defined as a single, or repeated act, or lack of appropriate action, occurring within any relationship where there is an expectation of trust, which causes harm or distress to an older person. (World Health Organization, 2002) Elder abuse can take various forms, via intentional or unintentional neglect including physical, emotional, […]

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The Importance of Finding a Good Doctor

February 6, 2018

The decision to look for a new doctor may be one you’ve recently decided to make because of a number of different factors. You may have just moved to the Maryland or Washington D.C. area or you may be unhappy with the care you have been receiving from your current doctor. You may have also […]

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Now Hiring: Medical Malpractice Paralegal

January 23, 2018

  Potter Burnett Law, LLC is currently seeking a full-time paralegal with Medical Malpractice experience. Applicant MUST have litigation experience with review and organization of medical records, pleadings, discovery, e-filing and trial preparation. Pay and benefits will be commensurate with experience and are competitive. Please email cover letter, resume, and references to bowiemdlawfirm@gmail.com. Applicants without relevant […]

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Charles Co. jury awards $1.1M to car crash victim

January 18, 2018

  By: Heather Cobun Daily Record Legal Affairs Writer   A Charles County jury has awarded $1.1 million to a Friendship man who sustained a permanent lower back injury in a vehicle collision in 2015. Steven Mudd was driving on Route 925 in Waldorf on May 21, 2015 when he collided with a vehicle turning […]

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Communication Failures Between Doctors

December 26, 2017

  The failure of medical professionals to communicate regarding any healthcare matter can pose serious outcomes. While communication failures are varied, the implications are real: unsafe patient care. A report issued by CRICO, a Harvard medical community owned insurance program, analyzed national medical malpractice claims and found that more than 30 percent of all claims […]

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Five Questions to Ask When Choosing a Nursing Home

December 26, 2017

  Sometimes the need for a nursing home comes unexpectedly. Other times, it is a transition that can be planned over an extended period of time. Regardless of the situation, choosing the right home can be a challenge. Few milestones in life are harder than deciding whether nursing home care makes sense and if so, […]

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The Do’s and Don’ts of your Car Crash Claim

December 26, 2017

If you are involved in a car accident, it’s important you maintain appropriate communication with your insurance company. However, what you must be cautious of in the beginning of the process is to not disclose too much information. The best thing to do is to talk to an attorney before you disclose information to your […]

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Birth-Related Bone Injuries

October 21, 2017

A newborn’s bones may be broken (fractured) during delivery, even when the delivery is considered normal by all other observations. In 1 to 2% of newborn birth injuries, a collarbone (clavicle) fracture is considered relatively common. A lump of tissue forms around the fracture which is not usually recognized until several days after delivery. When […]

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Beware of Driving on Thanksgiving

October 17, 2017

Did you know that Thanksgiving is one of the most dangerous holidays to travel? According to a study provided by the University of Alabama, the three days leading up to Thanksgiving are the most dangerous days to be on the road. In 2015, there was a daily average of 460 crashes on Monday, Tuesday, and […]

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What is Cancer Misdiagnosis?

October 17, 2017

A cancer misdiagnosis is not as common as one may think. A cancer misdiagnosis occurs when a Pathologist analyzes a patient’s tissue and incorrectly diagnoses the patient with cancer. According to a group of researchers at John Hopkins Hospital that reviewed tissue samples from 6,000 cancer patients across the country, “one out of every 71 […]

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Is Your Brain Bruised?

October 17, 2017

Hematoma describes the combining of blood outside of the blood vessels but is more commonly known as a bruise. While a regular bruise on your arm or leg might not be anything to worry about, bruising of the brain can be extremely dangerous. What is the prognosis for Hematoma? Though most hematomas resolve by themselves, some […]

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The Most Dangerous Highway in Maryland

September 27, 2017

Did you know one of the most dangerous highways in Maryland might be a route you’re all too familiar with? Indian Head Highway (Route 210) is one of the deadliest roads in Prince George’s County. About 60 lives have been taken on this deathly highway over the past decade triggering local authorities and members of […]

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Halloween Driving Safety Tips

September 27, 2017

  Here at Potter Burnett Law, we always encourage safe defensive driving but in the spirit of Halloween, we would like to remind all drivers to be aware of trick-or-treaters. Here are five driving safety tips to help protect all drivers and pedestrians celebrating All Hallows Eve. Drive slowly in neighborhoods and DO NOT pass […]

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Potter Burnett Adopts an African Lion

September 19, 2017

Potter Burnett recently adopted an African Lion to support the Smithsonian’s National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute. The African Lion is the firm’s iconic symbol that represents strength, bravery, and fearlessness. Although African Lions are typically associated with courageousness and power […]

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Driver Burned in Maryland Crash is Awarded $26 Million in Suit Against Ford Motor Company

August 31, 2017

A 26-year-old Clarksburg man who lost an arm and a leg after his Ford pickup truck “burst into flames” in a collision on Georgia Avenue last year was awarded $26 million in damages yesterday by a Baltimore jury.

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Maryland Crash Victim Awarded $26 Million Lawsuit Faulted Ford on Safety of Pickup

August 31, 2017

A Baltimore Circuit jury yesterday gave one of the largest damage awards in the history of the city court — $26 million — to a Frederick man who claimed he lost his arm and leg in an accident because Ford Motor Co. failed to install a $1 safety device on his pickup truck. Read the […]

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ABC: Deborah Potter Comments on Fatal Crash

August 31, 2017

When a fatal accident occurred on Labor Day weekend, leaving two teenagers seriously injured and one dead, Deborah Potter spoke to ABC7 News on her client’s behalf. 

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How to Keep Teenage Drivers Safe

August 29, 2017

School is back in session and new teenage drivers are ready to hit the road. While most teen drivers are overjoyed to have reached this new milestone, their parents may feel uneasy about the transition and slightly concerned for their child’s safety. If your child is driving to school this year, share the following safety […]

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Common Causes of Injury-Related Car Accidents

August 29, 2017

According to the Maryland Department of Transportation, there is an average of nearly 96,000 crashes in Maryland every year. While driving often seems like a mundane task for most, injuries and fatalities can be sustained at any time. It is important to know some of the most common causes that lead to injury-related car accidents. […]

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Medical Malpractice in Maryland

August 29, 2017

What is medical malpractice? Medical malpractice occurs when a health care provider neglects to provide a patient with an appropriate treatment or gives substandard treatment that leads to injury or death. In Maryland, a health care provider can be medically negligent if they injure or treat a patient below the industry standard of care. In […]

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3 Reasons to Hire a Lawyer

July 25, 2017

Yes, it is true that not every case demands the use of an attorney. But most cases do have a legal dimension and require legal assistance. While every legal situation is different, there are certain instances when hiring a lawyer is non-negotiable. Here are 3 reasons to hire a lawyer. The law is complex. Most […]

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Vacations Gone Wrong

July 25, 2017

Summer is here and many of us are packing up for much-needed vacations. It is easy to get caught up in the excitement of a vacation and forget that accidents and injuries can happen anywhere at anytime. Be sure to take the appropriate actions if an injury or accident occurs while you’re out of town. […]

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School Bus Safety 101

July 25, 2017

With the end of summer, and the start of a new school year sneaking up, it is important to educate both you and your children on important school bus safety. School bus-related accidents are very common and typically occur when kids are boarding or leaving the bus. Whether you are a driver or a parent of […]

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What is the difference between Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect?

July 25, 2017

There are far too many instances where seniors are mistreated under the protection of a licensed care facility. The terms ‘abuse’ and ‘neglect’ are commonly interchanged when referring to the mistreatment of a senior. Though similar, abuse and neglect hold two very different meanings. ABUSE is the deliberate cause of emotional or physical pain. The term […]

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When Dogs Bite

July 17, 2017

An average of 1,000 people in the United States need emergency care treatment for serious dog bite-related injuries daily. Contrary to popular belief, a dog’s breed has little to do with its likelihood to attack. A dog can be inclined to act out for several reasons—a poor upbringing, immersion in a stressful situation, fear or […]

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Steer Clear of Drunk Drivers

July 5, 2017

There are many different elements that can increase your risk of being involved in a car accident—including inclement weather and high-traffic volume. Although both factors are major accident contributors, the likelihood of car accidents skyrockets when there is an increase of alcohol-impaired drivers on the road. According to the NHTSA, “A higher volume of holiday […]

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Proceed with Caution

July 5, 2017

According to the Governors Highway Safety Association, the number of pedestrians killed in traffic has increased by 11% in the last year, equating to nearly 6,000 fatalities. Leaving 2016 the biggest single-year increase in pedestrian fatalities in history, and the highest number in more than two decades. Statistics like this are nothing short of horrifying. […]

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How to Know if Your Loved One is a Victim of Nursing Home Negligence

June 9, 2017

How to Know if Your Loved One is a Victim of Nursing Home Negligence  More than one million geriatric men and women currently reside in a nursing home.[1] That’s more than one million grandmothers, grandfathers, aunts, uncles, mothers, and fathers living in the care of men and women you have entrusted with their health and […]

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Do You Have a Medical Malpractice Case?

June 1, 2017

If you or a loved one has been harmed as the result of a medical professional’s negligence, you may be entitled to medical malpractice recovery. Medical malpractice occurs when a medical professional fails to follow medical communities’ established practices, procedures and or guidelines that are used to diagnose, treat or care for a patient. Your […]

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How Truck Crashes are Different from Car Crashes

May 5, 2017

Thousands of truck accidents occur every year. A truck accident is a vehicle collision that includes tractor-trailers, 18- wheelers, and semi-trucks. Most truck accidents lead to lengthy traffic jams, expensive insurance claims, and even injuries or fatalities. While all automobile collisions can be traumatic, truck accidents tend to be more catastrophic. Here are a few […]

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The Dangers of Anesthesia

May 5, 2017

Anesthesia is one of the most dangerous parts of a surgical procedure. [1]Maybe that’s why it can take over 12 years to become a certified anesthesiologist. Even with tremendous training, current statistics indicate that 1 in every 200,000 to 300,000 patients die due to anesthesia complications.[2] Anesthesia errors can occur at any given time for […]

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Why Texting and Driving is Dangerous

May 4, 2017

You’re driving on a highway en route to home, after a long day and you hear the familiar buzz of your cell phone. Is it a text from someone important, a news update, or a notification from Facebook? You’re itching to see what was sent and the anticipation is killing you. You contemplate taking a […]

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Potter Burnett Law Client Awarded Largest Auto Verdict in Harford County

April 25, 2017

Bowie, Maryland (April 24, 2017) – Potter Burnett Law is pleased to announce a $1.12 Million verdict in Harford County Circuit Court on Friday. The Plaintiffs, Joseph and Jodi Glaser filed suit against Allmerica Financial Insurance Company, seeking underinsured motorist benefits. Jodi Glaser was in a collision on June 28, 2012, and suffered permanent injuries; […]

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Pedestrian Accident

April 19, 2017

Imagine you’re running your weekly errands. Although running errands isn’t your favorite activity, it is a warm spring day and you’re feeling productive and cheerful. The grocery store is the last stop on your list and afterward, you plan to go home and enjoy the sunset on your back porch. As you park your car […]

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Should Maryland Change the Teenage Driving Curfew?

April 10, 2017

According to a study conducted by The Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration, young driver fatalities have increased by 75% from 2014 to 2015. [1] Lack of experience, driver distraction, and understanding of the true dangers that come with the responsibility of driving are most likely contributing to the increasing car accidents within their age group (18 […]

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Three of the Most Dangerous Prescription Drugs

April 4, 2017

In the year 2000, 2.8 million prescriptions were filled which equates to an average of 10 prescriptions for every person in the United States. Although prescriptions can be beneficial in certain instances, they can also be very dangerous and cause hazardous side effects. The following lists three heavily promoted prescription drugs with potentially dangerous side […]

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When BIG Problems Happen to Our LITTLE Ones

March 15, 2017

Birth is a joyous moment, but sadly, sometimes these moments are tainted with complications. Birth injuries are categorized as damage sustained during the birthing process. Typically, these injuries occur during transit through the birth canal. In most cases, injuries can be resolved without treatment but other times, severe nerve damage or broken bones can occur. […]

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Healing the Wounds of a Dog Bite

March 3, 2017

Thousands of Americans are injured by dog bites every year[1].” In some cases, a person may have a right to compensation. In the state of Maryland, you have three years to file a lawsuit for a dog bite case or to settle the case. When consulting a lawyer, make sure to have the animal owner’s […]

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6 Key Legal Terms

March 1, 2017

For clients and those who are not involved in the law industry on a day-to-day basis, legal language can be confusing and difficult to understand. Law terminology is filled with unusual words and unfamiliar jargon. The following are common terms to review before your initial consultation. Damages: A form of compensation for your loss or […]

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Nursing Home Fractures and Falls

February 15, 2017

Many seniors move into nursing care facilities because they are no longer able to care for themselves on a day-to-day basis. Residents commonly struggle with mobility, putting them at risk of falling. Falls are one of the most common injuries among seniors although most are completely preventable. A few common events that can occur at […]

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8 Steps to Take After an Automobile Collision

February 6, 2017

There’s no way to truly prepare for a car crash . When you’re in an automobile collision you will most likely be hit with a wave of emotions including shock, fear, and disorientation. These overwhelming feelings can sometimes distract you from taking the proper steps immediately after the incident has occurred. If you are ever […]

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Medical Mistakes Lead to Infant Brain Damage

February 1, 2017

Every year millions of infants are born with brain damage that has life-long consequences that will require expensive care and treatment. There are many different causes that can lead to infant brain damage including oxygen deprivation, infections from the mother, or physical trauma.  Oxygen Deprivation Babies that experience oxygen deprivation, even for a few moments, […]

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Slip and Fall in Inclement Weather

January 5, 2017

Slips and falls happen anywhere at any time, but inclement weather can make certain areas hazardous and increase your likelihood of slipping and falling. Maryland Law makes it difficult to successfully bring a slip and fall claim and requires you to prove: Notice – You must prove the owner of the premises knew or should […]

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Senior Abuse Signs

January 5, 2017

  Many have elderly loved ones whose care we have entrusted with the staff at an assisted living facility or nursing home. Although placing a loved one in a nursing home is a difficult decision, it is one that many families are faced with. Despite countless hours of research, numerous visits, and multiple interviews with […]

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Winter Related Automobile Collisions

January 5, 2017

The cold winter months have finally arrived and inclement weather is likely around the corner putting many at a greater risk of experiencing an automobile collision. According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, nearly 6,000 people are killed and over 445,000 people are injured in weather-related crashes each year. Inclement weather can severely affect a […]

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Automobile Collisions Caused by Negligence

December 15, 2016

All automobile collisions have one thing in common – they are completely unexpected. Car crashes can happen to anyone and cause costly damages and impact your future and quality of life. Within the past year, automobile collisions have increased over 16 percent [1] in the state of Maryland. Potter Burnett Law has proudly represented countless victims […]

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3 Reasons You Need to Hire a Personal Injury Lawyer

October 31, 2016

Just because you can handle an injury related accident privately or through an insurance company doesn’t necessarily mean you should. If you have been injured in an accident it is in your best interest to consider proceeding with legal representation. Here are a few reasons why you should consider hiring an attorney if you experienced […]

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How to Find the Right Lawyer for You

October 31, 2016

When facing some of life’s unexpected curveballs you are expected to choose a law firm that can assist you with the particular curve ball that has been thrown your way. Choosing a law firm can be the difference between a positive and negative experience. Here are a few tips on how to choose a law […]

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4 Common Surgical Errors

October 31, 2016

Every year thousands of patients fall victim to surgical error. A surgical error is a form of medical malpractice and is considered a preventable mistake that occurs during surgery. An Institute of Medicine study shows that medical error is the cause of an estimated 98,000 deaths per year. There are many different surgical errors that can […]

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The Dangers of Distracted Driving

June 12, 2016

The state of Maryland prohibits the use of handheld phones while driving, yet distracted driving is still a massive contributor to an average of 500 collisions [1] on our state’s roads and highways in 2015 alone. Three general driving distractions, due to the use of a mobile device, include: Visual ­– looking at something other than […]

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