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Monthly Archives: December 2018


5 Different Compensation Sources for Maryland Crime Victims

By Iamele & Iamele, LLP |

In many criminal cases, the perpetrator often leaves behind a trail of crime victims. The perpetrator’s unlawful acts could result in physical injury or property damage, without any regard to the welfare of others. Admittedly, there are severe criminal penalties to deter such destructive behavior. But a criminal fine or even a prison sentence… Read More »

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3 FAQs on Medical Malpractice in Maryland

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Medical malpractice is a complicated facet of personal injury law. As modern medicine has become more and more complex, so too has the law regulating liability for patient injuries. In this ever-evolving medical field, it can be difficult to discern between human error and actual malpractice. To help provide some context, the following sections… Read More »

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Maximum Benefits for Maryland Workers’ Compensation Claims

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Under Maryland state law, workers’ compensation provides an efficient mechanism for addressing workplace injuries. For covered employees and employers, the workers’ compensation system allows for quick resolution of workplace incidents. The employee can receive financial assistance with medical bills and diminished earning capacity. The employer can avoid the danger of a costly and time-consuming… Read More »

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Maryland Wrongful Death Lawsuit Leads to $1.67 Million in Damages

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A Maryland jury awarded a Maryland widow $1.67 million in damages in a wrongful death lawsuit, reported The Daily Record. The verdict arrived this September in the Harford County Circuit Court — more than three years after a 57-year-old man died from gastrointestinal issues. This case originated back in 2014. In late February of… Read More »

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Visitor Classification in Maryland Premises Liability Cases

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Premises liability claims often arise because a property owner breached their duty of care. If this breach is the proximate cause of harm to a visitor, then the property owner may be responsible for a premises liability claim. That being said, a property owner’s required duty of care can change based on the type… Read More »

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Review Board Sues Baltimore Police Department for Misconduct Files

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The Baltimore Civilian Review Board (Board) filed a lawsuit to force the city police department to turn over records and documents related to allegations of police misconduct, reported The Baltimore Sun. The Board is a civilian agency that oversees claims of abuse against officers in the Baltimore Police Department (BPD). The Board is made… Read More »

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