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Personal Injury Lawyer
Have you been injured as a result of the negligence of others? Have you suffered injuries at work or while carrying out your duties as an employee?
As your personal injury lawyer, allow me to help you determine if you are entitled to compensation for your financial loses such as lost wages and medical bills. I am here to ensure you receive just compensation for your pain suffering as well.
Clients include people who have suffered severe injuries as a result of car accidents, truck accidents and motor cycles accidents. This site is maintained by Joseph K. Githuku, Esq. Mr. Githuku Mr. Githuku also assists workers injured on the job. He graduated from the University of Maryland School of Law.
Mr. Githuku can be reached at (410) 849-9529 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Serving Clients in: Parkville, Columbia, Glen Burnie, Towson, Annapolis, Pasadena, Rockville, Silver Spring, Laurel, College Park, Frederick, Ellicott City, Upper Marlboro, Landover, Lanham, Severn, Severna Park, Dundalk, Essex, Timonium, Catonsville, Brooklyn Park, Owings Mills, Reisterstown, Westminster, Eldersburg, Sykesville, Burtonsville, Odenton, Hanover, Prince George’s County, Howard County, Parkville County, Montgomery County, Anne Arundel County, and Frederick County.
JP Morgan Chase - Hackers Reach 76 Million Households
Hackers drilled deep into the bank’s vast computer systems, reaching more than 90 servers, the people with knowledge of the investigation said according to the New York Times.
The Business Insider and USA Today report that JP Morgan Chase is denying the NY Times report.
If this is indeed a second attack, the bank has a lot of explaining to do. First, the breach in the summertime began in June and was not identified until July according to the New York Times. Another attack affecting millions could be a disaster for the bank.
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Police Brutality Lawyer - Police Misconduct
According to a Baltimore Sun report, Baltimore City has paid $5.7 million in unlawful use of force claims brought against police officers since 2011.
In an interesting note, the article states that, "Department officials said some officers were exonerated in internal force investigations, even though jurors and the city awarded thousands of dollars to battered residents in those incidents."
The above comments is in line with another chilling revelation which quotes the Baltimore City Police Strategic Plan 2013: "Discipline has not always been a priority for the Baltimore Police Department. "
The victims identified on the story show that no one is safe. A 87 year old grandmother and a pregnant women were two of the victims of police brutality identified in the story. If true the treatment of the grandmother in the story is jaw dropping. Another woman was shot in the stomach. The victims injuries go beyond the physical injuries from gun shots, broken bones to lacerations. They also claim to live with the fear of the police. Some victims and witness declined to discuss the case in fear of retaliation.
It is no surprise that the police officers and the victims have startlingly different accounts of what happened in each incident. In one case, the office claimed that he did not remember the incident at all. In another, the description of the victims actions suggest she was aggressive toward the police and resisted arrest. Injuries were also minimized in the police reports.