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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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Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect in Maryland

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The following blog entry will provide an in-depth look at a specific area of medical malpractice in Maryland — nursing home abuse and neglect. When a person enters a nursing home or other long-term care facility in Maryland, certain rights and duties come into play. Recognizing that residents of nursing homes and similar facilities… Read More »

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Three Benefits of a Civil Lawsuit for Crime Victims in Maryland

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Crime victims in Maryland have several legal options to recover compensation for their injuries. One of the options available to victims after a crime involves a civil lawsuit against the perpetrator. By suing the perpetrator in civil court, a favorable judgment can lead to compensation for emotional distress as well as medical bills, lost… Read More »

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Robbery, Armed Robbery and Carjacking in Maryland

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This blog entry will provide an overview of important considerations for three theft crimes in Maryland – robbery, armed robbery and carjacking. In order to gain a full appreciation of these theft crimes in Maryland, the following sections will outline legal definitions and penalties. What is the Definition of Robbery in Maryland? As provided… Read More »

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Maryland State Police Trooper Injured in Collision with Drunk Driver

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Maryland State Police arrested a 47-year-old driver for driving under the influence (DUI) and other traffic offenses after he crashed into and injured a state trooper on patrol, according to an article by WJLA. This car accident occurred at approximately 2:50 p.m. on January 12, 2018. At that time the 47-year-old driver did not… Read More »

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5 Questions to Understand Wrongful Death in Maryland

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A central tenet in Maryland personal injury law involves the concept of wrongful death. On a larger level, wrongful death and survival actions allow family members to recover compensation for the death of a loved one. To gain a deep appreciation of this legal issue, the following questions and answers will provide an overview… Read More »

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3 Types of Police Misconduct that Violate Constitutional Rights

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In many police misconduct cases, the victim files a lawsuit against the transgressing officers for a violation of constitutional rights. There is often a violation of Fourth Amendment protections against unreasonable search and seizure. Or in other cases, police actions could violate the right to liberty and due process under the Fourteenth Amendment. While… Read More »

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Proving a Claim of Negligent Security in Maryland

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Negligent security is a legal doctrine that exists under the umbrella of Maryland personal injury law. A variation of premises liability, negligent security provides certain victims with a legal cause of action. If a business or property owner failed to address a risk of dangerous criminal conduct – such as assault and battery or… Read More »

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