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Monthly Archives: October 2019


SUV Driver Smashes into North Baltimore Store

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Law enforcement is conducting an investigation into a recent car accident where an SUV driver smashed into a local store, according to an article by CBS Baltimore. This accident occurred on Friday, September 6th at approximately 4 p.m. At that point, the SUV driver was traveling on 41st Street in Hampden near Greenspring Tower… Read More »

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Wrongful Death Action Filed Against Maryland Beach Town After Fatal Accident

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Almost two years after a beach accident killed a Texas woman, her surviving family members filed a wrongful death lawsuit in Maryland against the town of Ocean City, according to an article by The Dispatch. The family members are seeking $1 million in damages after beach cleaning equipment allegedly caused the fatal accident. This… Read More »

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How Does Maryland Differentiate Between Reckless, Negligent & Aggressive Driving?

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Drivers who commit traffic offenses are the cause of many car and truck accidents across the State of Maryland. As a result of these accidents, many victims sustain physical injury or property damage. In the worst cases, traffic offenses and accidents can even result in death, depending on the circumstances. Recognizing this reality, Maryland… Read More »

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Maryland Court Dismisses Medical Malpractice Claim Against Baltimore Paramedics

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Maryland’s highest court recently dismissed a claim involving medical malpractice and wrongful death against several paramedics, according to a decision by the Maryland Court of Appeals. These paramedics worked for the Baltimore City Fire Department (BCFD). In order to comprehend the significance of this decision, it will be necessary to review the factual background… Read More »

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Oversight Failure Leads to Expiration of 76 Baltimore Police Misconduct Cases

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Since 2016, Baltimore law enforcement officials have lapsed in their investigation of 76 potential police misconduct cases, according to an article by The Baltimore Sun. As internal affairs did not investigate these misconduct cases within the required one-year timeline, the officers involved escaped without a finding of guilt or innocence. Back in 2017, the… Read More »

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Assessing the Requirements for Filing Maryland Workers’ Compensation Claims

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Workers’ compensation is a legal mechanism that helps injured employee secure benefits for certain accidental injuries that occur in the workplace. Assuming the employment situation and injury are eligible under Maryland workers’ compensation laws, then it is possible for an injured employee to receive compensation for medical bills, lost wages, and diminished working capacity…. Read More »

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What is Restitution & How Does it Help Maryland Crime Victims?

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Restitution is a type of compensation payment available to certain crime victims in Maryland. When a victim suffers harm or injury due to another person’s criminal or delinquent act, the Maryland courts may require restitution to compensate for the loss. Though Maryland law restricts restitution to specific eligible parties in limited circumstances. Who is… Read More »

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Maryland Court Reviews Negligent Security Claim from Super Bowl Parade

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A Maryland appellate court recently reviewed a negligent security claim stemming from the Baltimore Ravens’ 2013 Super Bowl parade, according to this decision from the Court of Special Appeals. The appellate court found sufficient evidence to order further legal proceedings in this case. In order to grasp the implications of this case, it will… Read More »

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Maryland Workers’ Compensation Commission Barred from Adjusting Past Award

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The Maryland Workers’ Compensation Commission (the Commission) is not allowed to change the rates of past benefit awards, according to this decision by the Maryland Court of Special Appeals. This appellate court determined that Maryland law only permits the Commission to change future awards of workers’ compensation benefits in limited circumstances. To gain an… Read More »

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