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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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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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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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Liability for Car Accidents with Uninsured Motorists in Maryland

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Across the State of Maryland, any person who drives a car or operates other motor vehicles must maintain minimum levels of automotive insurance. These state requirements help address the costs of car accidents that result in property damage, physical harm, or death. Despite these legal regulations, however, certain drivers decide to drive motor vehicles… Read More »

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Visitor Classification in Maryland Premises Liability Cases

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Premises liability claims often arise because a property owner breached their duty of care. If this breach is the proximate cause of harm to a visitor, then the property owner may be responsible for a premises liability claim. That being said, a property owner’s required duty of care can change based on the type… Read More »

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Car Insurance Regulations in Maryland

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Almost every day, car accidents lead to many instances of bodily injury, death and property damage across the State of Maryland. In order to decrease the burden of these dangerous incidents, all car owners and drivers must have liability coverage through a valid car insurance policy. Does Everyone Need Car Insurance in Maryland? According… Read More »

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The Damages Cap for Maryland Premises Liability Claims

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Premises liability addresses injuries or harm that occur due to dangerous conditions on a property. If the property owner fails to maintain their property in a safe condition, then they may be liable for any resulting injury to a visitor. Though the duties and liabilities under this doctrine can vary based on the circumstances… Read More »

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Gross Weight Restrictions for Commercial Vehicles in Maryland

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In order to minimize the chance of truck accidents and similar incidents, the State of Maryland imposes certain restrictions on the gross weight of commercial vehicles. By regulating the weight of commercial vehicles, the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration (the Administration) can help ensure safe public highways for all drivers within the state. Registration Based… Read More »

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Rotten Banana Peel Leads to $230k Jury Award in Maryland

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Almost five years after slipping on a rotten banana peel in a store parking lot, a Maryland woman was awarded approximately $230,000 in her premises liability case, reported the Daily Record. This slip and fall incident occurred in December 2013 at a convenience store in Lexington Park, Maryland. The woman was leaving the store… Read More »

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What are the Reporting Requirements for Maryland Car Accidents?

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With so many vehicles on the road, car accidents are a regular occurrence across the state of Maryland. When such an accident results in property damage, physical injury or death, then the driver must adhere to certain reporting requirements. If the driver fails to comply with these requirements, they may face administrative penalties under… Read More »

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