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  • Maryland Wrongful Death Attorneys

    Some of the saddest personal injury cases involve the death of a loved one due to another person’s negligence. Known as wrongful death, this type of case allows survivors to seek legal redress through the court system. Maryland law provides up to three years to file a lawsuit from the date of your loved one’s death. Careful […]

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  • Who can Bring a Wrongful Death Claim in Maryland?

    When someone dies as a result of another party’s negligence or intentional act, the victim’s family may have the right to bring a wrongful death lawsuit. For example, your spouse passes away as a result of a major auto accident with another driver who ran a red light. You would have the right to sue […]

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  • Waldorf, MD Wrongful Death Lawsuits

    Each state has its own laws on wrongful death lawsuits, and Maryland is no different. Wrongful death is defined as a death that resulted from an act of negligence, including a criminal act, wherein the deceased could have brought an action to recover damages had he or she not died. The intent of a wrongful […]

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  • What is Maryland’s Fetal Homicide Law?

    It may come as a surprise to learn that Maryland has a law on the books regarding fetal homicide, meaning that an unborn child can be a murder victim. While the law has been on the books since 2005, the topic is now one of discussion after a recent segment on ABC2 Baltimore’s nightly news. Md. […]

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  • Maryland’s Move Over Law

    Enacted in 2010, and revised in 2014, Maryland’s Move Over Law is one you may not be familiar with, but you need to be. What is the Maryland Move Over Law? The law was aimed at making the roads safer for emergency personnel, like police officers and firefighters, who are working on the road. The law requires […]

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  • Bill Legalizing Physician-Assisted Suicide Reintroduced in Maryland

    The recent legalization of assisted suicide in California and a number of wrongful death suits have spurred support for broader end-of-life legal options for Maryland residents. A bill that would have overturned the state’s prohibition on physician-assisted suicide was tabled earlier this year after two committees from the House of Representatives and the Senate decided not to […]

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  • Nursing Home Negligence Leads to Death of 80-Year-Old Resident

    In Maryland, negligent care of nursing home residents can have serious financial and legal repercussions. The recent death of an 80-year-old patient who wandered away from a picnic outing sponsored by his nursing home has raised concerns about elder abuse in the state. Lubin Phipps was a resident of Woodmore House Assisted Living and required constant supervision […]

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