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Monthly Archives: May 2019


Does Direct-to-Consumer Telemedicine Have a Lower Risk of Medical Malpractice?

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A recent study determined that direct-to-consumer (DTC) telemedicine services have an extremely low likelihood of medical malpractice claims, according to an article by MD Magazine. In the medical context, DTC refers to retail companies that provide medications directly to patients, with or without a prescription. Titled, Reported Cases of Medical Malpractice in Direct-to-Consumer Telemedicine,… Read More »

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Maryland Guidelines for Treatment of Crime Victims & Representatives

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Crime victims in Maryland bear a significant burden in the criminal justice system. Even after sustaining harm or injury as a result of criminal conduct, these victims are expected to testify and otherwise participate in the trial process. In recognition of the burden that crime victims face, Maryland law establishes certain protections for these… Read More »

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Legal Review of Maryland Medical Malpractice Claims

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When a healthcare provider inflicts harm or injury on a patient in Maryland, medical malpractice allows the patient to seek compensation and damages from the provider. In most cases, Maryland state law requires the injured patient and healthcare provider to engage in an arbitration process to resolve the dispute quickly. At the conclusion of… Read More »

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Autopsy Confirms Baltimore Crime Victim Stabbed to Death

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After completing an autopsy, the Baltimore County Police Department concluded that a crime victim was stabbed to death, according to an article by The Baltimore Sun. This stabbing incident occurred in the morning of March 29th at a residential complex in Towson. Police officers responded to the incident and arrived on the scene just… Read More »

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Liability for Car Accidents with Uninsured Motorists in Maryland

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Across the State of Maryland, any person who drives a car or operates other motor vehicles must maintain minimum levels of automotive insurance. These state requirements help address the costs of car accidents that result in property damage, physical harm, or death. Despite these legal regulations, however, certain drivers decide to drive motor vehicles… Read More »

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Maryland Man Faces Criminal Charges for Illegal Drugs & Eluding Police

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The Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office arrested and charged a Maryland man for several criminal and traffic offenses after an extended police chase, according to an article by 47ABC. This incident occurred at approximately 2 p.m. on Thursday, April 4th. That is when deputies observed that the 43-year-old Maryland man was driving on a suspended… Read More »

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Maryland Senate Approves Medical Marijuana for Workers’ Compensation Coverage

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Voting in unanimous fashion, the Maryland Senate passed a new bill to require medical marijuana coverage in workers’ compensation cases, according to an article by Business Insurance. Officially referred to as Senate Bill 854 (S.B. 854), this legislative measure aims to change existing workers’ compensation regulations and allow medical marijuana as part of approved… Read More »

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4 Features of Wrongful Death Actions in Maryland

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Wrongful death is a legal cause of action available under the umbrella of personal injury law. In essential terms, wrongful death actions are available to the surviving family members of a deceased person. If a wrongdoer caused the fatality in question, then the surviving family members may be able to file a lawsuit and… Read More »

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4 Types of Visitors in Maryland Premises Liability Claims

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Under the doctrine of premises liability, Maryland property owners have a duty to maintain a safe and orderly premises. If a dangerous condition exists on their property, then the owner generally must correct the problem or at least post a warning. When a property owner fails to honor their legal duties, visitors who sustain… Read More »

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Ex-Cop Pleads Guilty for Drinking on Duty in Baltimore City

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On April 19th, a former Baltimore Police Department (BPD) officer was sentenced for misconduct and driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol, according to an article by CBS Baltimore. In terms of background information, this case dates back to October 2, 2018. At approximately 1 p.m. on that day, the officer was on duty… Read More »

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