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Baltimore Crime Seems to be Decreasing After Violent 2017

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The amount of crime in Baltimore seems to have decreased after breaking records last year, reported The Baltimore Sun. Comparing January-March data from 2017 and 2018, there appears to be a drop in criminal activity across the board. Homicide and murder decreased 27 percent from the same time period last year. Other violent crimes… Read More »

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3 Key Limitations on Wrongful Death Lawsuits in Maryland

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Wrongful death is a legal mechanism that allows surviving family members to seek compensation for the death of a loved one. Classified under personal injury law, wrongful death actions require the surviving family members to prove negligence in order to obtain compensation. In addition to the standard requirements for any lawsuit based on negligence,… Read More »

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Premises Liability Claims Against Maryland Store Owners

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Premises liability is a specific type of personal injury claim in Maryland and across the United States. Essentially, premises liability protects visitors from unreasonably dangerous conditions on a property. If the visitor sustains harm or injury as a result of a dangerous condition, then the property owner may incur legal damages. Premises Liability Against… Read More »

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Baltimore Police Lieutenant Convicted of Theft and Misconduct

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A city jury convicted a 45-year-old lieutenant of theft and police misconduct, reported The Baltimore Sun. The police officer allegedly claimed regular and overtime pay while he was not working. After receiving a tip from a whistleblower, a team of investigators began to scrutinize the lieutenant’s work behavior and time sheets. Over the course… Read More »

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7 Types of Civil Lawsuits for Maryland Crime Victims

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Even in the absence of a conviction in criminal court, crime victims in Maryland might be able to receive compensation from a civil lawsuit. Referred to as torts instead of crimes, the civil courts allow victims to sue the perpetrator for various types of wrongdoing. The following sections will provide an overview of common… Read More »

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Examining the Standard of Care for Medical Malpractice Cases

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A medical malpractice case is a type of personal injury claim. Essentially, medical malpractice can happen whenever a doctor of similar healthcare professional commits an error. If that error results in harm or injury to a patient, then the patient may be able to sue for medical malpractice. An essential component of any medical… Read More »

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How to Avoid Hit-and-Run Charges in Maryland

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With so many vehicles on the road every day — not to mention ever-changing weather conditions — car accidents and truck accidents are a common occurrence. Recognizing this unfortunate reality, Maryland and other U.S. states have laws that prohibit a driver from leaving the scene of an accident. Often referred to as a hit… Read More »

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Driving Under the Influence (DUI) vs. Driving While Impaired (DWI)

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This blog post will provide an overarching comparison of two types of drunk driving charges in Maryland — driving under the influence (DUI) and driving while impaired (DWI). In order to gain a full appreciation of these two criminal offenses, the following sections will outline applicable definitions and penalties under Maryland law. What is… Read More »

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Timeline of a Slip and Fall Settlement in Maryland

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The term “slip and fall” is a common description for a certain type of personal injury claim in Maryland. Referred to legally as premises liability, this doctrine imposes a duty upon property owners to maintain their property in a safe condition. If a visitor slips and falls on the property — or otherwise sustains… Read More »

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How Vocational Rehabilitation Can Help Injured Workers in Maryland

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Vocational rehabilitation is a specific type of workers’ compensation benefit available to injured employees in Maryland. Administered by the Maryland Workers’ Compensation Commission (the Commission), vocational rehabilitation helps certain disabled workers find suitable employment. Among other services, vocational rehabilitation enables covered employees to benefit from employment-related testing, training, placement and counseling. Who is Eligible… Read More »

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