The Parker Team Pledges $20,000 to White Marsh Volunteer Fire Company

Parker, Pallett, Slezak & Russell has committed to donating $20,000 to the White Marsh Volunteer Fire Company, in effort to help build a new, state-of-the-art fire station. In November 2016, The Parker Team donated $10,000 to the White Marsh Volunteer Fire Company, and pledged to pay an additional $10,000 over the course of 2017. This…

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The Parker Team Sponsors Franklin Square NICU

Parker, Pallett, Slezak & Russell completed a $25,000 donation pledge to the MedStar Franklin Square NICU.   In May 2017, The Parker Team completed its pledge of $25,000 to the MedStar Franklin Square NICU. This donation is one of two large donations that the firm has made toward supporting its community in 2017. The Neonatal…

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How an Experienced Personal Injury Attorney Can Help Your Case

Personal injury cases can be complex and stressful, leaving victims concerned that they won’t receive the monetary compensation required to cover medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more. Here, the personal injury attorneys at Parker, Pallett, Slezak and Russell detail how acquiring legal assistance in your personal injury case can facilitate the legal…

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Dissecting Maryland DUI Laws

Maryland has enacted new laws and introduced legislation related to DUI offenses as a means of curbing instances of drinking and driving. Here, the DUI attorneys at Parker, Pallett, Slezak & Russell discuss current DUI laws in Maryland. The dangers of driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs are amply understood by every…

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The Conundrums of Gap Insurance and Diminution of Value

The lexicons of Personal Injury and Property Damage litigation have, in recent years, been expanded to include the titled subjects of this article.  At our firm, we encourage our clients who have asked our help from auto accident losses, to look at their policies to see if they have Gap insurance. Simply stated, when car…

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Workers Compensation in Maryland

The laws of Worker’s Compensation are all codified.  That is, they are all encompassed in statutes passed over the years by the Maryland state Legislature. They are found in The Labor and Employment Title of the Maryland Annotated Code.  Most of the litigation of Comp claims is done by lawyers who specialize in this practice.…

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The Art of Advocacy

It’s a clichéd saying in the law that someone who represents himself (or herself), has a fool for a lawyer.   Whenever one must appear in a court of law as a plaintiff- petitioner, or defendant- respondent, their chances of success increase exponentially by the participation of counsel.  This is a constant truism, regardless of the…

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The Judiciary in Maryland:  Appointment and Retirement

The Court system in Maryland mirrors the three tiered federal system.  That is, there are three levels of courts, viz., the District Courts, the Circuit Courts and the Appellate Courts in Annapolis.  The federal system has District Courts, Circuit Courts of Appeal and the Supreme Court in Washington, DC.  All of the federal judges are…

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New Drunk Driving Laws

This past session of the Maryland Legislature passed several bills which seriously impact one’s driving privilege and license.  Maryland is already a comparatively tough state in regard to drunk driving.  The new bills have been signed by Governor Hogan and became law on October 1, 2016.  The legislature wants citizens who are arrested for alcohol…

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The Boulevard Rule

This rule is an ancient, static principle which goes back to the time when horse drawn carriages romped through the cobblestone thoroughfares of London.  If a rider, whether on horseback or commanding a stately carriage, attempted to enter the more traveled and wider road, he entered at his peril.  The modern rule as defined by…

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