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- Man Charged with Felony Fraud for Faking a Slip on a Banana Peel
- New C. Diff Treatment May Be On the Horizon
- Recent MD Case Shows Importance of Filing Medical Malpractice Suits As Soon As Possible
- MARYLAND PASSES NEW LAW WHICH BANNING USE OF CELL PHONE WHILE DRIVING.
- Maryland Appellate Court Rules That Insurance Carriers Can’t Hide Their Identity From Juries
Category Archives: Personal Injury
It is a classic vaudeville trope: hapless pedestrian slips on an errant banana peel, taking a broad slapstick fall to the delight of the audience. It might be a surprise to learn that this type of injury is somewhat based … Continue reading
Over 70 percent of D.C. residents support the area’s traffic camera program. A recent survey found that D.C. area residents support the use of traffic cameras by local law enforcement. The survey was conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway … Continue reading
Family of Maryland teen who was fatally struck by a motor vehicle en route to her bus stop receives $90 million jury award.
In mid-April, a six member Price George’s County jury awarded $90 million in damages, including medical expenses and funeral costs, to the family of a girl who was killed after being hit by a car in 2009. The victim, Ashley … Continue reading
Lawmakers, Safety Groups and Victim Advocates Urge the Obama Administration to Establish Long Delayed Rear Visibility Rule.
A recent press event on Capitol Hill sought to bring attention to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s long delay in issuing a rear visibility rule. On April 11, safety groups and parents of children killed in backover accidents joined … Continue reading
On March 28, a one-year-old child was injured in an accident involving a school bus in Columbia, Maryland. The accident occurred when the car being driven by the victim’s mother attempted to make a left turn in front of a … Continue reading
One of the most common premises liability situations occurs when a member of the public is injured by a defect on a public sidewalk or roadway. Premises liability holds owners and occupiers of property legally responsible for accidents and injuries … Continue reading
Automobile accidents are an ever-present danger in today’s society. Each day, dozens of Maryland residents are seriously injured in collisions between automobiles or while walking as pedestrians. Sadly, a significant percentage of these people die from their injuries. Maryland wrongful … Continue reading
Every year thousands of residents of Maryland and Virginia receive medical care at military base facilities, share the road with postal trucks and visit national parks. If any of these people suffer an injury at the hands of a federal … Continue reading
New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day are among the most dangerous times of the year to be on the roads in the Baltimore and Washington, D.C. metro areas. While the occasion is marked by joyous festivities and celebrations amongst … Continue reading
The vast majority of Maryland’s population lives within a short drive of the Chesapeake Bay, the Atlantic Ocean, and dozens of other major navigable waterways. Even residents of Garrett County are within a short drive of Deep Creek Lake, a … Continue reading