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Eligibility for Filing a Wrongful Death Action in Maryland

By Iamele & Iamele, LLP |

Under Maryland law, wrongful death is a type of personal injury action designed to compensate family members for the death of a loved one. These actions are only available if the death resulted from a negligent or wrongful act. Additionally, Maryland law outlines various factors concerning the eligibility to file a wrongful death action… Read More »

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Overview of Medical Malpractice Claims Under Maryland Law

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Medical malpractice is a cause of action available under Maryland civil law. Malpractice claims arise when there is negligence, and a patient suffers a medical injury. To qualify as medical malpractice under Maryland law, the injury must involve a health care provider as well. What is the Definition of a Health Care Provider? Maryland… Read More »

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Are Maryland Landlords or Tenants Responsible for Premises Liability Claims?

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Premises liability is a doctrine that exists within the boundaries of personal injury law in Maryland. This doctrine addresses the legal liability of property owners for injuries that occur on their premises. On a larger level, premises liability requires an owner to take reasonable steps to address dangerous conditions that exist on their property…. Read More »

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Maryland Student Fatality Leads to Wrongful Death Settlement

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The Worcester County Board of Education recently settled a wrongful death lawsuit involving a 2016 student fatality, according to an article by The Dispatch. School officials declined to comment on the monetary value of this settlement. This wrongful death lawsuit originated in January of 2016. At that time, a 15-year-old boy with a seizure-related… Read More »

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Survey of Marijuana Laws & Penalties in Maryland

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Outside of narrowly constructed exceptions, it a criminal offense to possess or distribute marijuana in the State of Maryland. Any person who disregards these laws can face incarceration and steep monetary fines. But the exact nature of the criminal penalties fluctuates based on the type of offense, quantity of marijuana in question, and number… Read More »

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What are the Reporting Requirements for Maryland Car Accidents?

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Whenever a driver causes a car accident in Maryland, they have a duty to stop their vehicle and report certain information. Any driver who leaves the scene of the accident is guilty of a crime under Maryland law, commonly referred to as “hit and run.” Although the reporting requirements for these different types of… Read More »

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What is the Difference Between Murder & Manslaughter in Maryland?

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While murder and manslaughter crimes both result in the death of another person, there are subtle differences between these offenses under Maryland law. When a person intends to kill or inflict severe harm, it generally qualifies as murder. Though depending on the circumstances, the perpetrator could face charges for murder in the first or… Read More »

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How Does Maryland Define & Penalize Theft Crimes?

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The State of Maryland has stringent laws against theft crimes that deprive the rightful owner of their property or services. Any person who violates these laws will likely face criminal charges that are punishable by time in prison and steep fines. Though the applicable penalties can fluctuate based on the value of stolen goods… Read More »

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What is the Damages Cap for Maryland Wrongful Death Actions?

By Iamele & Iamele, LLP |

When a person dies due to the actions of a third party, surviving family members can file a wrongful death action to recover compensation for their losses. In these situations, the surviving family members usually request economic and non-economic damages. Though Maryland law does place a cap on the amount of certain damages available… Read More »

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Does a Maryland Parking Lot Shooting Qualify as Negligent Security?

By Iamele & Iamele, LLP |

A man from Chillum, Maryland, faces criminal charges after shooting and killing a man in a supermarket parking lot, according to an article by WTOP. This shooting occurred at approximately 3:45 p.m. on Saturday, September 14th. When law enforcement arrived at the 5600 block of Sargent Road, they found a 33-year-old victim with multiple… Read More »

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