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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  • Nursing Home Abuse Nursing home abuse/neglect is serious. If a resident of a nursing home facility has been victim to abuse or neglect, a personal injury lawyer should be hired.
  • Dog Bites Cases involving dog bites are a common type of personal injury lawsuit. There are guidelines & regulations which a personal injury lawyer can interpret.
  • Boating Accidents Negligence in boating accidents is determined by the situation. If you are injured in a boating accident, you should consult a personal injury lawyer.
  • Assaults Cases involving assault & battery are based on severity of damages done. Lawsuits involving assault should be assessed by a personal injury lawyer.
  • Car Accidents in Washington DC In Washington DC, there are many dangers and hazards on the road. If you have been injured in a car accident in Washington DC, you should know your rights
  • Car Accidents in Virginia Virginia has clear guidelines for determining fault car accidents. If you are involved in a car accident, you should consult a personal injury lawyer.
  • Car Accidents in Maryland Each year there are hundreds of traffic accidents in the state of Maryland. Many of these accidents involve injury and damages. Drivers, passengers and
  • Asbestos Mesothelioma victims who have been affected by asbestos may be entitled to compensation under the law and should consult with a personal injury lawyer.
  • L-2 Visa and Status L-2 visas are available to the immediate family of an L-1 visa holder. L-2 visa holders have certain privileges. L visa filing should be managed by an attorney.
  • L-1B Visa and Status The L-1B visa allows a U.S. employer to move an employee from its foreign branch offices to a U.S. branch office. A L-1B visa attorney can help the process.