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What are the Maximum Rates for Workers’ Compensation Benefits in Maryland?

By Iamele & Iamele, LLP |

In Maryland, the Workers’ Compensation Commission (the Commission) is responsible for setting the maximum benefit rates every calendar year. As established in Maryland Code of Labor Employment Section 9-603, the Commission uses data from the Department of Labor to determine the state average for weekly wages annually. This average wage is applied to calculate… Read More »

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Analyzing the Legal Backdrop of Wrongful Death Actions in Maryland

By Iamele & Iamele, LLP |

Wrongful death actions in Maryland provide an avenue for surviving family members to recover for the unjustified death of a loved one. As with many other U.S. states, Maryland law restricts this type of legal action to specific circumstances. In precise terms, the death in question must stem from a wrongful act. Additionally, the… Read More »

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DUI & Vehicular Homicide Charges Filed After Deadly Crash in Maryland

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A Maryland driver faces criminal charges for driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol and vehicular homicide after causing a deadly crash in Ocean City, according to an article by CBS Baltimore. This car accident occurred on Friday, June 21st at approximately 2 a.m. Around that time, the driver was operating his passenger vehicle… Read More »

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What are the Maryland Laws Against Distributing Illegal Drugs?

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In the interest of public health and safety, it is a crime in the State of Maryland to distribute illegal drugs. Referred to legally as controlled substances, illegal drugs generally have addictive qualities and can result in death in overdose situations. Accordingly, it is unlawful to engage in drug dealing or a similar effort… Read More »

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Maryland High Court Confirms One Satisfaction Rule in Medical Malpractice Case

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The Court of Appeals of Maryland confirmed that the One Satisfaction Rule prevented a victim from pursuing medical malpractice claims against both an insurance company and hospital at the same time. In this decision, Gallagher v. Mercy Medical Center Inc., the Court of Appeals reviewed and agreed with similar decisions from the lower courts…. Read More »

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What is the Difference Between Criminal Case & Civil Lawsuit for Maryland Crime Victims?

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The State of Maryland provides several legal options to crime victims who suffer harm or injury as a result of a criminal act. Two of the most common options in these situations are criminal cases and civil lawsuits. In both approaches, the criminal defendant can face liability in court for their wrongful actions. Though… Read More »

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Maryland Patient Receives $2 Million Award in Medical Malpractice Case

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A jury in Montgomery County decided there was a lack of informed consent in a medical malpractice case and awarded $2 million to an injured Maryland patient, according to an article by the Maryland Daily Record. Though the final award will likely decrease slightly due to the state cap on damages in medical malpractice… Read More »

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Baltimore Shootings Create 7 Crime Victims in Under 24 Hours

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At least seven crime victims were injured in a spree of unrelated Baltimore shootings, according to an article by The Baltimore Sun. These shootings started at approximately 10 p.m. on Memorial Day and continued into the next afternoon. North Fulton Avenue (approx. 10:18 p.m.) Police officers responded to reports of a shooting in the… Read More »

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Exploring 4 Versions of DUI & DWI in Maryland

By Iamele & Iamele, LLP |

Driving under the influence (DUI) and driving while impaired (DWI) are reckless behaviors that cause deaths, injuries, and property damage across Maryland each year. It does not matter if a driver consumes alcohol, drugs, or a combination of both. When a person loses the ability to control their vehicle and obey the rules of… Read More »

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Exploring Maryland Car & Truck Accident Laws

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When there is a car or truck accident in Maryland, the driver responsible may face legal consequences in the form of a personal injury lawsuit. Though in order to sue a driver for a truck or car accident in Maryland, the victim must be able to satisfy certain legal standards. Harm or Damage In… Read More »

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