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Monthly Archives: November 2018


Maryland Laws Against Threats of Mass Violence

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School shootings and other public acts of mass violence can happen across the United States. When someone commits an act of mass of violence — or even just threatens to do so — it puts a severe strain on government resources. Law enforcement officers must arrive at the scene and mitigate the danger. Paramedics… Read More »

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Car Insurance Regulations in Maryland

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Almost every day, car accidents lead to many instances of bodily injury, death and property damage across the State of Maryland. In order to decrease the burden of these dangerous incidents, all car owners and drivers must have liability coverage through a valid car insurance policy. Does Everyone Need Car Insurance in Maryland? According… Read More »

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How Does Maryland Address Assault and Battery?

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It is fairly common to hear confusion surrounding assault and battery crimes. At common law, the term assault generally refers to the threat of force. An assault victim has a reasonable fear that the offender will cause harm or injury. Assault does not require physical contact. On the other hand, battery does require physical… Read More »

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What is Criminally Negligent Manslaughter by Vehicle or Vessel?

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With so many drivers on the road every day, car accidents are unfortunately common. In most cases, thankfully, these accidents are limited to lesser fender-benders, resulting in minor property damage. The drivers involved simply exchange their insurance information and go about their business. In the most extreme cases — where an accident leads to… Read More »

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Workplace Shooting in Maryland Claims 7 Crime Victims

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In Harford County, Maryland, a workplace shooting claimed seven crime victims and left four people dead, reported The Baltimore Sun. The shooter was a temp worker who concluded the rampage by killing herself. This workplace shooting occurred on September 20th at approximately 9 a.m. That is when the 26-year-old shooter entered her employer’s distribution… Read More »

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4 Essential Elements of Medical Malpractice Claims in Maryland

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Medical malpractice is a term that gets a lot of press these days. It seems like doctors across Maryland are constantly on trial, defending against claims of improper treatment and other failures. Media coverage thrusts the most egregious examples of medical malpractice into the spotlight, providing salacious details about grizzly medical mistakes. But the… Read More »

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What are the Boundaries of Wrongful Death Actions in Maryland?

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Wrongful death is a subsection of personal injury law that allows family members to recover compensation for the loss of a loved one. In Maryland, specifically, wrongful death actions generally address the death of a spouse, minor child, parent or dependent adults. If the surviving family members meet specific conditions, they may be able… Read More »

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The Interpreter Program for Maryland Workers’ Compensation Hearings

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For qualifying, work-related injuries in Maryland, workers’ compensation allows the injured employee to recover compensation for medical bills, lost wages and other related costs. The Maryland Workers’ Compensation Commission (the Commission) oversees and administers workers’ compensation claims across the state. During the hearings process for workers’ compensation claims, it is necessary for the injured… Read More »

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The Damages Cap for Maryland Premises Liability Claims

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Premises liability addresses injuries or harm that occur due to dangerous conditions on a property. If the property owner fails to maintain their property in a safe condition, then they may be liable for any resulting injury to a visitor. Though the duties and liabilities under this doctrine can vary based on the circumstances… Read More »

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