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Man’s injury becomes his life’s work

A debilitating injury can be difficult for anyone, and if it is caused by a negligent party or even an accident, there may be legal options available that will help pay for medical costs or pain and suffering. A spinal cord injury is particularly serious, so there may be costs accrued due to permanent disability, paralysis and long-term medical care. Despite the seriousness of the injury, there is hope for victims. Readers in Maryland or Virginia might be interested in knowing about a man, 37, who has focused on walking again after

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Maryland State Trooper seriously injured by tractor trailer truck

In yet another violation of the “move over law,” a Maryland State Trooper has been seriously injured while on duty. The accident occurred along Interstate 70 in June however authorities have just recently released the dash camera video of the incident in hopes of educating the public about the dangers of not obeying this relatively new law. The Maryland State Trooper was seriously injured in the accident, which according to the video could have been much worse. The trooper had pulled over another vehicle and was talking to the driver

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Stem cell research for spinal cord injuries receives $20 million

Maryland and Washington D.C. area residents may be interested to learn of a new $20 million grant to a state university and private company to research stem cell treatments for spinal cord injuries in the neck area. The grant will allow the university and private company to begin preparing for human testing of experimental treatments to improve or restore movement for those paralyzed through a spinal cord injury. The goal is to allow paralyzed patients to walk again however researchers anticipate more modest gains will result, at least initially. The

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What do paralyzed rats, electricity and chocolate have in common?

In a promising new study, researchers have created a new therapy regimen utilizing a variety of treatments in combinations that have proven to make paralyzed rats able to walk again. Spinal cord injuries have a debilitating effect on a large number of peoples’ lives and are often thought to be permanent. This new research could hold promise for disabled persons in Maryland and around the world who have been injured in car accidents and the like to someday recover some of their motor functions. Researchers are saying this new combination

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Steve H.Drone

Attorney Steven H. Dorne

Attorney Steven H. Dorne is an accomplished lawyer who practices in state and federal courts in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia. He brings more than 30 years of experience and a long record of success to each case. His law practice is distinguished by careful preparation and thorough analysis of each case.

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