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Comparing Temporary Workers’ Compensation Benefits in Maryland

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Workers’ compensation exists to provide financial benefits to covered employees who suffer a qualifying injury at the workplace. Although there are restrictions on the types of covered employees and qualifying injuries, many injured workers can secure temporary workers’ compensation benefits to help reduce their financial burden. Temporary Total Disability Benefits Temporary total disability benefits… Read More »

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Baltimore Appellate Judge Reverses $37 Million Jury Award for Wrongful Death

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A Baltimore appellate judge reversed a $37 million judgment in a wrongful death case, according to an article by CNN. This case stems from a 2016 standoff that ended with police officers killing a 23-year-old woman and wounding her five-year-old son. After a jury trial, the woman’s family and estate won a large award…. Read More »

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What are the Legal Elements of Premises Liability in Maryland?

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Under the umbrella of personal injury law, premises liability holds certain property owners responsible for harm or injury to visitors. A successful premises liability claim depends upon proving negligence. In order to prove negligence, an injured visitor must be able to demonstrate four elements: Duty, Breach, Cause, and Harm. Duty Duty of care is… Read More »

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Examining Different Types of Liability for Police Misconduct Claims

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When a person suffers harm or injury due to police misconduct, the officers involved can face civil liability in a variety of ways. Whether an officer actually causes harm or injury — or simply looks the other way — they can face liability in a personal capacity. Additionally, entire police departments can face liability… Read More »

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Maryland Medical Malpractice Case Leads to $1.3 Million Jury Award

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A jury in Montgomery County, Maryland, handed out a $1.3 million damages award in a medical malpractice lawsuit, reported the Daily Record. This case stemmed from a failure to diagnose a fatal heart attack in a 23-year-old male patient. The incident that gave rise to this medical malpractice lawsuit occurred on March 12, 2016…. Read More »

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Teenage Girl is Yet Another Crime Victim of Baltimore Gun Violence

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A December shooting in downtown Baltimore added two more crime victims to the city’s yearly total, including a 13-year-old girl and her 38-year-old family member, reported The Baltimore Sun. The incident in question occurred in the evening of December 9, 2018. At that point, the teenage girl and the family member were in a… Read More »

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Analyzing 3 Different Kinds of Robbery Crimes in Maryland

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Robbery might seem like a straightforward crime. But there are many subtle differences between robbery and other types of theft crimes under Maryland state law. And the penalties for each type of robbery crime can be vastly different. To illustrate this concept, consider the following differences between robbery, armed robbery and carjacking under the… Read More »

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Maryland Man Causes Accident While Drunk Driving on a Revoked License

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A Milford man may face charges for DUI and a traffic offense after causing a single-vehicle crash in Hebron, reported ABC affiliate WMDT. Maryland State Police troopers responded to this car accident at approximately 5:30 p.m. on Sunday, December 16th. Near Route 50 and Hebron Woods Boulevard, the Milford man lost control of his… Read More »

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What Types of Employees Qualify for Maryland Workers’ Compensation Benefits?

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Under Maryland law, workers’ compensation benefits are limited to situations where a person suffered an accidental personal injury or occupational disease arising out of and in the course of employment. But only workers who qualify as covered employees can get access to workers’ compensation benefits. Conversely, other employees are not covered and, thus, ineligible… Read More »

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Wrongful Death of Police Officer Imprisons Maryland Man for 195 Years

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A Maryland man received a 195-year prison sentence for his role in essentially causing the wrongful death of a police officer in a Prince George’s County shooting, reported WTOP. In March 2016, the 25-year-old Maryland man went to a police station in Landover. He took up a position with a .40-caliber pistol and began… Read More »

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