Serving Maryland and Washington D.C. 301.870.1200

Blog Posts in November, 2016

All Posts
  • Assumption of Risk Not Strong Argument in Slip-and-Fall Cases Where Plaintiff Injured on Black Ice
    Assumption of Risk Not Strong Argument in Slip-and-Fall Cases Where Plaintiff Injured on Black Ice

    Winter is just around the corner, which brings with it the colder weather, the holiday spirit, and excitement about the soon-to-be snow-blanketed streets. Though there is a romantic quality to the ...

    Read More
  • Workers' Compensation and Occupational Diseases for State Correctional Officers
    Workers' Compensation and Occupational Diseases for State Correctional Officers

    Workers’ compensation is provided for employees as protection when the employee is injured while on the job. At the outset, employees would have to file claims against the employer to show that there ...

    Read More
  • Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress and Cyberbullying/Harassment in Maryland
    Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress and Cyberbullying/Harassment in Maryland

    We grew up with the old children's rhyme “Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me.” More and more as gadgets and devices invade our lives do we realize that this adage could ...

    Read More
  • The Risks Associated With Decorative Contact Lenses During the Halloween Holiday
    The Risks Associated With Decorative Contact Lenses During the Halloween Holiday

    Halloween is well-known for ghouls, goblins, witches, and haunted houses. Families enjoy creating and wearing fun costumes to celebrate the holiday, and going trick-or-treating with the young ones. ...

    Read More
  • New Bill Seeks to Prohibit Children From Riding as Passengers on Motorcycles
    New Bill Seeks to Prohibit Children From Riding as Passengers on Motorcycles

    In the state of Maryland, there are roughly 70 motorcyclists killed in traffic accidents annually and at least 1,400 riders and their passengers who are injured each year. According to Maryland ...

    Read More