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  • Expert Testimony in Medical Malpractice Cases
    Expert Testimony in Medical Malpractice Cases

    Medical malpractice lawsuits are brought against doctors and other health care professionals when a patient injury arises from negligent medical care. In order to be successful and recover damages in ...

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  • Are Emergency Responders Liable for Negligence?
    Are Emergency Responders Liable for Negligence?

    The Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services Systems (MIEMSS) describes five classes of clinicians — emergency medical dispatchers, emergency medical responders, emergency medical ...

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  • Who is Liable for Ice Related Accidents in Maryland?
    Who is Liable for Ice Related Accidents in Maryland?

    Winter means temperatures are less than ideal for going out, and heavy rains, sleet, ice, and snow can contribute to all sorts of problems for people. One of these problems is accidents. Whether it is ...

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  • Understanding Types of Visitors for Maryland Premises Liability Claims
    Understanding Types of Visitors for Maryland Premises Liability Claims

    Under premises liability law in Maryland, a property owner has a legal duty to keep his or her premises safe. If there is a dangerous condition on the property, then the owner is the one responsible ...

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  • Determining Liability in Maryland Premises Liability Cases
    Determining Liability in Maryland Premises Liability Cases

    Attempting to determine liability for a Charles County auto accident can be complex, so you can imagine that premises liability cases can be even more difficult. Depending on the circumstances, ...

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  • Maryland’s Discovery Rule Extends Statute of Limitation in Some Personal Injury Cases
    Maryland’s Discovery Rule Extends Statute of Limitation in Some Personal Injury Cases

    Under Maryland law , a three-year statute of limitations generally applies in personal injury cases. This means that an injured person has three years to bring a personal injury lawsuit based on his ...

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