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What are Vocational Rehabilitation Benefits for Injured Maryland Workers?

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Vocational rehabilitation is a specific benefit available to qualifying employees under Maryland workers’ compensation laws. To qualify for vocational rehabilitation, the employee must sustain an injury arising out of their employment. Furthermore, the injury in question must prevent the employee from returning to their previous job duties and responsibilities. The Maryland Workers’ Compensation Commission… Read More »

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Notice of Wrongful Death Claim Filed Against University of Maryland

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The family members of a deceased University of Maryland student appear to be proceeding with a wrongful death claim against the school, according to an article by The Washington Post. The female student in question contracted adenovirus and later died as a result of illness. The potential of a wrongful death action comes on… Read More »

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Inspecting 2 Landmark Negligent Security Cases in Maryland

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In certain situations, Maryland law enables an injured visitor to sue property owners under the doctrine of premises liability. Within that doctrine, negligent security addresses when a property owner has a duty to prevent the criminal actions of third-party actors. Under Maryland law, negligent security is only appropriate if there is a special relationship… Read More »

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When Can Maryland Police Officers Make Warrantless Arrests?

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Under U.S. federal and Maryland state laws, police officers must normally obtain a warrant before making an arrest. Depriving a person of their constitutional right to liberty without a warrant generally qualifies as police misconduct. That being said, Maryland law does provide a number of exceptions to this rule. In narrowly tailored situations, Maryland… Read More »

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How Does Maryland Premises Liability Address Slip and Falls?

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Whenever someone slips and falls on another person’s property, a premises liability lawsuit is likely to follow. Rooted in negligence, this type of legal action allows a visitor to recover compensation from the property owner. Though the visitor must sustain an actual injury to mount a successful slip-and-fall lawsuit. Legal Background for Slip and… Read More »

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Baltimore Civilians to Serve on Review Board for Police Misconduct

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The City of Baltimore is presently accepting applications from civilians to serve on a review board for police misconduct, according to an article by The Baltimore Sun. City government officials made this announcement on April 24, 2019, ushering in a new era of police review and accountability. Residents of Baltimore can apply for each… Read More »

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Maryland Firefighters Will Benefit from New Workers’ Compensation Law

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Firefighters in Maryland will benefit from expanded workers’ compensation protection with the signing of a new law, according to a press release from the Office of Governor Larry Hogan. Now firefighters will have a presumed occupational disease if they contract certain types of cancer. The governor recently signed House Bill 595 (H.B. 595) into… Read More »

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Maryland Wrongful Death Lawsuit Ends in $1.9 Million Award

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The surviving family members of a Maryland woman slain in a truck accident garnered a $1.9 million wrongful death award, according to an article by Patch. The truck driver who caused the accident was allegedly under the influence of prescription drugs and fell asleep at the wheel. This fatal accident dates back to June… Read More »

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Virginia Laws Against & Penalties for Destructive Devices

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Across the State of Maryland, it is a criminal offense to possess, use, or otherwise detonate destructive devices. Under Maryland law, the term destructive device can apply to mechanism capable of delivering an explosive, incendiary, or toxic substance. These devices have similar characteristics to military hardware, sharing the same capability to inflict maximum physical… Read More »

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Maryland Woman Charged with Vehicular Homicide After Fatal Car Accident

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A Maryland woman faces charges for vehicular homicide under the influence of alcohol after causing a severe car accident that killed five children and one man, according to an article by NBC4. The car accident in question occurred on February 2nd at approximately 4:30 a.m. At that point, the Maryland woman in question was… Read More »

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