Archive for July 2015

Ten Things All Car and Truck Drivers Should Know About Motorcycles

The experienced attorneys from Azrael, Franz, Schwab & Lipowitz discuss things to be aware of when sharing the road with motorcyclists. It is a common assumption that motorcycles are dangerous, especially when on the road with trucks and cars. However, there are many misconceptions about motorcycles in the community. Find out how to navigate your commute, cross-country trip or ride to the store with these ten helpful hints regarding motorcycles.…

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Maryland Traffic Laws for 2015

Travelling to or around Maryland this summer? The experienced attorneys at Azrael, Franz, Schwab & Lipowitz discuss Maryland’s traffic laws to help keep you and your loved ones informed while on the road. Tens of thousands of people are expected to visit or travel through the state of Maryland this summer. If you are headed here from out of state or know someone that is, this list of Maryland traffic…

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Fake Surgical Hardware Leads to Lawsuit for Local Hospital and Doctor

Azrael, Franz, Schwab & Lipowitz attorney Judson H. Lipowitz was mentioned in the Baltimore Sun regarding a recent lawsuit for the Baltimore Washington Medical Center and the use of fake surgical hardware. Roughly 250 spinal fusion patients have received letters stating that The University of Maryland’s Baltimore Washington Medical Center received hardware from a defunct California company accused of selling fake parts. In addition, the suit named Dr. Randy Davis, one…

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Lawsuit claims Maryland Doctor Implanted Non-FDA approved Tools during Surgery

Lawsuit claims Maryland Doctor implanted non-FDA approved surgical screws and rods into the backs of unsuspecting patients at Baltimore Washington Medical Center. It has been reported that a doctor at Baltimore Washington Medical Center may have implanted counterfeit and/or non-FDA approved screws and rods into the backs of hundreds of unsuspecting spinal surgery patients. Several lawsuits have been filed against doctors and hospitals located in California and Maryland relating to…

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A Review of the Past: American Airline Flight 331

In 2009, Brenton Wilson, a former Owings Mills resident, was a passenger on American Airlines Flight 331 to Jamaica. As the plane was landing, the pilot overshot the runway due to complications with a rainstorm. Consequently, the plane landed about 15 feet from the Caribbean Sea. Wilson suffered head wounds, as well as shoulder, knee and back injuries. John R. Solter Jr. and Judson H. Lipowitz took on this case…

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Franz Speaks to WJZ About Amtrak Train Crash

Keith Franz spoke to WJZ about the Amtrak train crash that occurred May 13, 2015. Click here to view the original WJZ article. The family of a Maryland man killed in a deadly train derailment says Amtrak is to blame and now they’ve filed a lawsuit. Bob Gildersleeve was one of eight people killed when the commuter train that had passed through Baltimore flew off the tracks near Philadelphia. The suit…

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