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February 2014 Archives

Medical malpractice case ends with $9.1 million award

When a person is injured in Maryland, they can likely expect a certain line of treatment. For example, a person with a broken leg may have a cast and crutches. A person who breaks their ankle would not expect that such an injury would lead to the loss of their leg. Unfortunately in a recent medical malpractice case, one man claims that he lost his leg as a result of a doctor's treatment of pain, apparently stemming from a broken ankle.

Maryland officer on trial after causing 2 car accidents in 1 day

Maryland residents may recall the case of a police officer from Howard County allegedly being responsible for a crash last summer. In his ongoing trial, it was discovered that he was involved in two car accidents during that same day. Assistant State's Attorneys said that his actions could not be described as an accident, but rather as a criminal act.

Fatal Maryland accident could be due to truck driver negligence

Some people spend so much time traveling they sometimes become complacent about safety. In order to maintain personal safety and the safety of others, it is imperative that all drivers remain constantly vigilant. This is especially the case for drivers of commercial vehicles as truck driver negligence can have devastating consequences. The family of one Maryland woman is all too aware of this after a fatal accident involving a box truck took her life.

Maryland man suffered serious injuries in a truck accident

Many people are involved in motor vehicle accidents every week. These accidents range in severity from minor to serious. For many, their worst fear would be involvement in an accident that leaves them trapped in a burning car. One Maryland man, who suffered serious injuries in a truck accident, remains hospitalized after such an accident.

Workers' compensation likely applies to family of deceased worker

Police officers, firefighters and soldiers know that there is some degree of risk associated with their jobs. Although not the same obvious level of danger, almost all jobs hold some degree of risk of injury or even death. As a result, most employers are required to provide workers' compensation insurance coverage in the event of an accident. The family of a man employed by a company based in Maryland likely qualifies for such coverage after a fatal workplace accident.

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