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 Injuries: 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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