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Types of Compensation Available to Crime Victims in Maryland

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The subject for discussion today involves an exploration of the types of compensation available to crime victims in Maryland. In general terms, victims have several legal options available to offset the harm or injury suffered during the commission of a crime. Through restitution, the Criminal Injuries Compensation Board and civil lawsuits, victims can obtain… Read More »

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Longstanding Medical Malpractice by Imposter Doctor at Maryland Hospital

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A 25-year stretch of medical malpractice came to a close after federal authorities revealed that a Maryland doctor used a false identity to secure board certification and other credentials. More than 100 patients have banded together to file a class-action lawsuit, alleging negligent oversight by the Maryland hospital who employed the imposter for five… Read More »

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Snowy Car Crash Leads to DUI Charges for Virginia Man

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After initiating a car accident in the snow, a Virginia man faces charges for 17 different traffic offenses, including driving under the influence (DUI), as reported by The Washington Post. This car accident happened at approximately 2:45 a.m. on January 4th in Montgomery County, Virginia. In the midst of heavy snowfall, the Virginia man… Read More »

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Firearms Fuel Majority of Baltimore Murders in 2017

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Almost 90 percent of Baltimore murders in 2017 came as a result of a firearm, according to an article by The Baltimore Sun. Out of a total of 343 homicides, handguns were the cause of death in 295 of those cases, with shotguns and rifles also claiming six lives. According to data from the… Read More »

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Suffering continues for Howard County swatting victim

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by Joy Lepola Fox45Baltimore BALTIMORE, Md. (WBFF) — In an exclusive interview Fox45’s Crime & Justice Reporter Joy Lepola spoke with Tyran Dobbs. Dobbs is the victim of a swatting incident that happened in Howard County. Police responded to Dobbs’ apartment after a call was made the Maryland Coordination and Analysis Center’s Terrorism Hotline…. Read More »

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Maryland Firefighter Sustains Slip-and-Fall Injury During Residential Fire

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A firefighter with the Montgomery County Fire Department sustained a slip-and-fall injury while suppressing a fire at a residential property in Darnestown, Maryland, according to an article in The Baltimore Sun. The residential fire in question occurred early in the morning of December 31, 2017, near the 14600 block of Dodie Terrace. Approximately 75… Read More »

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Federal Jury Awards $15 Million in Police Misconduct Lawsuit in Baltimore

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After spending more than two decades in prison for a murder he did not commit, a Baltimore man won a $15 million jury award in a civil lawsuit for police misconduct, as reported by The Baltimore Sun. The man alleged that two Baltimore Police Department homicide detectives invented the murder case and violated his… Read More »

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Wrongful Death Action Filed Against Maryland Transportation Authority Police

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The Maryland Transportation Authority (MdTA) police face a wrongful death lawsuit in Baltimore City Circuit Court after a high-speed chase left two people dead and four injured, according to an article by The Baltimore Sun. The surviving family members of one woman are seeking $75,000 in damages, arguing negligence on the part of the… Read More »

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Maryland Workers’ Compensation Benefits for Total and Partial Disability

By Iamele & Iamele, LLP |

In Maryland and across most of the United States, workers’ compensation provides a legal mechanism to deal with work-related injuries. Employees can receive medical attention and related benefits quickly. Employers can avoid negligence lawsuits by purchasing workers’ compensation insurance. The topic for exploration today centers on the types of workers’ compensation benefits available to… Read More »

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What is the Maryland Criminal Injuries Compensation Board?

By Iamele & Iamele, LLP |

Approximately 19 million people become crime victims in the United States each year, according to a report from the National Crime Victim Bar Association. The expenses connected to a crime often go far beyond the actual criminal act, with costs totaling approximately $450 billion each year. On a larger level, every crime victim has… Read More »

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