Iamele & Iamele, LLP Baltimore Area Law Firm
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Work injuries result from accidents at the work place occurring in the course of employment. The workers’ compensation system is ...
Involved in an Accident?
The long term implications of many accident injuries resulting from mishaps or accidents often do not surface or become apparent until many years after the initial occurrence. Because these claims include medical care, earning capacity and quality of life, they can become complex legal matters.
Injured & Not Your Fault?
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Meet the Iameles, Attorneys in Baltimore
Iamele & Iamele was formed as a litigation firm with the intention of aiding injury victims, litigants and criminal defendants throughout the Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan area. Operating in the context of a small firm that emphasizes client service, both Domenic Iamele and Anton Iamele have been able to become personally involved in most aspects each case.
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Latest Legal News
Concern over Effect of Unpredictable Schedules on Workers; Seek Information about Companies’ Use of Scheduling Practice
Baltimore, MD (April 13, 2016) — Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh announced that his office has joined attorneys general from seven other states and the District of Columbia seeking information from national retailers about their use of â€˜on-call’ shifts, a practice in which workers must call their employer an […]
For Immediate Release 4/13/2016
Steven “Sandman” Melton was found guilty of several counts related to possession of a firearm by a prohibited person, wear-carry transport of a handgun, and prohibited possession of ammunition.
Assistant State’s Attorney Robert Daniels successfully prosecuted this case.
On September 20, 2014, a Baltimore Police officer on patrol […]
For Immediate Release 4/7/2016
Two Correctional Officers were found guilty of several offenses related to an attack on half a dozen inmates at the Maryland Reception Diagnostic and Classification Center (MRDCC) in Baltimore, Maryland.
After trial, Sergeant Kwai Ramsey and Sergeant Jemiah Green were convicted of two counts of second-degree assault and […]
At the end of a year in which allegations of police brutality have dominated headlines across the country, Maryland can no longer ignore the need for reform. Last week, Baltimore City Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake endorsed a series of policy changes to hold misbehaving officers more accountable, and a legislative […]