Cell Phone Courtesy Month

By Ioana David on August 30, 2018 In Accidents

July is Cellphone Courtesy Month, offering a great opportunity to reflect on how your interactions with these devices impact other aspects of your life. Good behaviors to monitor this month include: How often do you look at your phone?​ How… read more

Dangers of Tailgating

By Ioana David on August 29, 2018 In Personal Injury

Motor vehicles accidents are still among the leading causes of death in the United States, especially among the 13-30 age range according to the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration. Our Baltimore auto accident attorneys at Cohen & Dwin have seen too… read more

How long you will be able to collect workers’ compensation benefits depends on the extent of your injuries and your ability to return to work. The Maryland workers’ compensation attorneys at Cohen & Dwin can help you understand the workers’ compensation system… read more

Driving Safely at Night

By Ioana David on August 29, 2018 In Personal Injury

Nighttime driving is more dangerous than daytime driving. It’s harder to see your surroundings, lights can glare or be momentarily blinding, and drunk drivers are more likely to be out. At Cohen & Dwin, our auto accident attorneys want to… read more

Baltimore Rear End Accident Injuries

By Ioana David on August 29, 2018 In Personal Injury

The most common auto accident is rear end collisions. Over two million rear end accidents are reported each year across the country. While most rear end accidents are relatively minor, and at low speed, serious injuries can still occur. Most motor… read more

Brain Injury and Motorcycle Accidents

By Ioana David on August 29, 2018 In Burn Injury

Brain injury is one of the most common consequences of motorcycle accidents. In an attempt to reduce risks to bikers, the state of Maryland requires riders and their passengers wear a DOT approved helmet while the vehicle is in operation. However,… read more

Maryland Workers Comp: Paralysis

By Matthew Farr on August 29, 2018 In Workers' Compensation

No worker plans on being injured on the job, but when your work injury causes full or partial paralysis, your life changes forever. At Cohen & Dwin, our workers’ compensation lawyers understand the hardship that comes with paraplegia or quadriplegia. Your work… read more

Maryland Workers Comp: Broken Bones

By Andrew Rodabaugh on August 29, 2018 In Workers' Compensation

Despite safety precautions, many workers are injured on the job. Among the most common types of workplace injuries are broken bones. Anything from a fall from scaffolding to getting crushed in machinery can result in broken bones for a worker. In Baltimore,… read more