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Things You Should Never Do After a Car Accident

November 5, 2018

Being in a car accident is a very frightening and stressful experience. In the immediate aftermath, you will most likely be confused and shaken. However, one of the best ways to ensure that you don’t suffer continued stress, is to remain calm. Here are a few things that you need to avoid following an accident. […]


When Should You Hire a Personal Injury Lawyer?

October 5, 2018

If you’ve been in a car accident, odds are you have suffered injuries. Even if you don’t notice them immediately, injuries can affect your quality of life following an accident. Even if your accident isn’t related to a vehicular collision, if you are injured by someone while going about your business, a personal injury lawyer […]


What Can We Learn from Your Metadata?

September 5, 2018

Metadata can be found all over the internet and within the files on your computer. It is attached to every word document, every photo, every email. Part of the services we offer here at DRA e-Law is called “metadata extraction.” Today we’re going to teach you a little bit more about metadata and what we […]


The Person Who Hit Me Doesn’t Have Insurance

August 15, 2018

In the state of Maryland, all motorists are required to have insurance for their vehicles in the event of a collision. However, not everyone follows the law. And even those who do, may not have enough coverage to cover medical bills resulting from a collision. So what should you do in these situations? Today we’re […]


Delayed Injuries After a Car Accident

July 3, 2018

Sometimes injuries caused by a car accident aren’t immediately obvious. Sometimes you may not notice serious injuries sustained in an accident until later and there are a variety of reasons for why this can happen. The question is what you should do in the event that you have delayed injuries after a car accident. You […]


Baltimore e-Discovery Lawyer

June 4, 2018

Electronic discovery is a relatively new process that was created to identify, collect, and produce ESI, or electronically stored information, as requested for a lawsuit or investigation. Let’s learn more about e-Discovery and how working with a professional Baltimore e-Discovery lawyer can benefit you. Electronic vs. Paper Information In legal cases, electronic information must be […]


Hiring a Baltimore E-Lawyer for the Digital Age

May 4, 2018

Can your Facebook messages be admissible in a court of law? What about your Instagram DM’s? The digital age has fundamentally changed the way that we handle evidence in court. There is so much data out there in the world and when it comes to parsing through it and understanding it, many people may feel […]


A Guide to E-Discovery

June 21, 2017

  The modern era of cell phones, electronic data, and social networking has led to a rise in what is call e-discovery. In modern court trials, the need to collect, categorize, and share electronic evidence and data is increasingly important. This is where an e-discovery law firm can step in. That said, what exactly is […]


A Tenant’s Rights in Baltimore City

May 15, 2017

If you rent your living space here in Baltimore City, there are various rights and legalities you should be aware of. In an effort to help clear the air on some of these, we’ve put together some frequently asked questions. Are Oral Agreements Legal? Yes, an oral agreement between a landlord and a tenant is […]


What to do if Injured by an Aggressive Driver in Baltimore

April 15, 2017

Car accidents can be startling, and accidents caused by aggression can leave you injured, scared, and unsure of what to do. There are certain steps you should take immediately if you are involved in an accident with an aggressive driver. Let’s look at the first things you should do following an accident. Check Yourself and […]


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