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A Real Review from a Real Client- Found on the BBB Website

We’re very grateful to one of our satisfied clients for leaving a glowing review on the Better Business Bureau website. Here’s what she had to say: “Two years ago,...

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Ingerman & Horwitz, LLP Launches Its New Website

Welcome to Ingerman & Horwitz, LLP’s new website.  This website is designed to provide our clients with the information they seek, in an intuitive and esthetically-pleasing way.  Further, it’s...

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Ingerman & Horwitz, LLP Announces Attorney Promotions

Ingerman & Horwitz, LLP announced today that David Jackson and Aaron Schwartz have been promoted to Partners effective immediately. The announcement was made today by Bruce Ingerman and Alan...

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Ingerman & Horwitz, LLP Announces Participation in Washington County, Maryland Legal Pro Bono Day

Ingerman & Horwitz, LLP announced today its participation in Washington County, Maryland’s Pro Bono Legal Clinic being held on Wednesday, May 1st, 2013. The Washington County Bar Association in...

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Vaginal Mesh Jury Verdict: $11.1 Million

The first Johnson & Johnson vaginal mesh case has gone to trial, and the manufacturer lost big—the jury came back with a $3.35 million verdict.  Making things worse for Johnson &...

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Johns Hopkins Steps Up To Right A Wrong

Like other Marylanders, we were shocked to hear about allegations against former Johns Hopkins physician Nikita Levy, a gynecologist who may have been photographing and videotaping patients.  Levy worked at...

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Johnson & Johnson: First Defective DePuy Hip Trial

The first trial of about 10,000 cases over Johnson & Johnson’s defective DePuy hip replacement devices has started in Los Angeles, California.  These hip devices are from a time when Johnson...

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Five Dollar Footlong Lawsuits

  A pair of New Jersey residents and their lawyer have filed what they hope will be a class action lawsuit against fast-food chain Subway.  The allegation is simple—the $5...

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Consumer Alert: Deadly “Monster” Energy Drinks

More and more reports are coming to light about dangerous highly caffeinated beverages like Monster Energy Drinks.  These are beverages that contain high amounts of caffeine, additives, and sometimes...

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Nursing Home Injuries & Fraud

A Georgia nursing home has settled fraud claims with the Department of Justice for over half a million dollars.  The settlement of $613,300.00 was made possible by the efforts of a...

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Maryland Waivers: Activities Your Kids Should Or Shouldn’t Participate In?

A recent news article caught my eye—the California Supreme Court is deciding the extent of liability for people injured at amusement parks.  In a filed case, a woman states that she...

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Subaru Recalls some 634,000 Vehicles

Subaru announced late last week that it would recall 633,842 vehicles, including Forester models made between 2009-2012, Legacy and Outback models made between 2010-2011, and Tribeca models made between...

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Florida Wrongful Death Case: Hit-And-Run

A lawsuit was filed in Oregon for a fatal December 2010 hit-and-run.  Mr. Toner was walking his dog in the grass when a truck swerved off the road and hit...

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Meningitis Outbreak Information

Between May 21 and September 26, people in Maryland and throughout the United States receiving epidural steroid injections were at risk of contracting potentially deadly fungal meningitis.  We all...

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Hot Tea: Can I File A Claim In Maryland For Burn Injuries?

The news is reporting a new beverage-spill lawsuit, this time in a Nashville, Tennessee case against Southwest Airlines.  The all-to-familiar story goes like this: Woman boards plane. Woman orders tea....

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Maryland sees 2nd death, Virginia 13th lawsuit linked to the Meningitis Outbreak

In neighboring Virginia 13 lawsuits have now been filed in the Roanoke area against Insight Imaging, a Virginia based diagnostic imaging service, and The New England Compounding Center (NECC),...

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Another Ford Recall: Approximately 74,000 Escapes and over 16,000 Fusions

The possibility of engine fires due to issues with overheating have forced Ford Motor Co. to issue a recall. Ford’s recall includes the 2013 model of 15,833 Fusion sedans...

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Joint US, Canadian recall of Toro Riding Mowers

Toro Rider Mowers Recall Toro Riding Mowers issued a voluntary recall of its Toro Z® Master Riding Mowers due to fire hazard. The hazard can be caused when the...

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Disaster-racked Americans are finding out the insurance deck is stacked

Even before the official start of hurricane season last week, two named storms have already hit the East Coast. It’s time ask – does your homeowners insurance policy really have...

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Burn Injuries Double as Fire Inspectors Increasingly Point to Faulty Electrical Appliances

Fewer people died from fires in Baltimore last year than in any other year since the city started keeping records. That doesn’t mean, however, that there were fewer fires....

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Citizen Cain and Penn State cases cast spotlight on serial sexual harassment

With more victims claiming serious sexual harassment at the hands of Republican Presidential candidate Herman Cain, an avalanche of moral disgust has engulfed the nation. In a new CBS...

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Insurance companies using Facebook and other social media to spy on injured workers

The Ingerman & Horwitz L.L.P. law firm has just issued a warning to its thousands of clients that should have an immediate and wide-ranging impact within the legal community....

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Supreme Court eyes GPS: Modern crime buster or “Big Brother” privacy invader?

The following news article appears in The Baltimore Examiner. The article is reproduced by permission below. To see how it appears in the Examiner, go to: http://www.examiner.com/courts-in-baltimore/supreme-court-eyes-gps-modern-crime-buster-or-big-brother-privacy-invader All eyes will...

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Internet and social media warning to clients!

PLEASE BE AWARE! We are seeing more and more cases where the insurance companies and insurance defense lawyers are searching social media sites such as Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, You...

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Governor Martin O’Malley and his Celtic band will rock The White House tonight

Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley and the Celtic rock band “O’Malley’s March” will perform for President Obama at the White House tonight as part of an extended St. Patrick’s Day...

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