Understanding Your Rights in DC, Virginia, and Maryland

It might be difficult to even know where to look to find reliable, easy-to-read information about legal rights in the DC metro area. The lawyers at Tucker, Nong and Associates have prepared these articles to help clients understand their rights, learn what to expect from the legal process and how to get help from our experienced team.

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  • Mortgage Errors Used To Stop Foreclosure The large number of errors and violations that have been found in the mortgage process have led courts to have a more sympathetic attitude toward borrowers. This article includes a list of the most common errors used to avoid foreclosure.
  • Worker’s Compensation in Virginia In Virginia, certain work accidents or work related diseases can be covered by worker's compensation but it is best to have attorney help.
  • Worker’s Compensation in Maryland The processes and benefits of workers' compensation laws in Maryland can be difficult to understand. They can best be interpreted by a personal injury lawyer.
  • Worker’s Compensation Injuries sustained due to an accident at work, requirements of a position or hazardous working conditions are covered by workers' compensation laws.
  • Truck Accidents Trucking accidents can be reason to file a lawsuit. Trucking companies are required to pay damages if an at-fault accident occurs on the road.
  • Motorcycle Accidents Motorcycle accidents typically have a different guidelines than automobile accidents, a personal injury lawyer will know how to interpret them.
  • Surgical Errors Surgical errors are defined as errors that occur when a procedure. Situations involving surgical errors are best interpreted by a personal injury lawyer.
  • Nursing Malpractice Nursing malpractice involves a nurse failing to act or acting in an irresponsible way while performing their job duties for a patient under their care.
  • Medical Malpractice in Hospitals Hospitals are only liable for medical errors made by employees, a hospital malpractice case should always be handled by a personal injury lawyer.
  • Early Discharge If a patient is discharged from medical supervision before they are medically stable and are harmed as a result, there may be grounds for medical malpractice.