Tag Archives: Maryland

Establishing Fault in a Maryland Motorcycle Accident

While many Maryland motorcycle accidents are clearly the fault of one party or another, other accidents present more a complex situation. For example, if both of the drivers involved committed a traffic violation, it may be difficult to determine which … Continue reading

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Maryland Couple Dupe a 99-Year-Old Man Out of His Life Savings

A Montgomery County couple could face the next 55 years behind bars, after a jury found them guilty Monday of scamming a 99-year-old man out of his life savings. Read more detail on Recent Tax Law posts –

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Something to be thankful for in Maryland – Uniform Bar Exam coming in 2019

It’s been a while since #UBEWatch has had anything to do. Mostly, it’s been a waiting game. It’s been a year since the Illinois Board on Admissions to the Bar held hearings into the adoption of the Uniform Bar Exam. Sandy … Continue reading

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Maryland Nursing Home Fall Case Valuation

Over and over again, nursing home residents fall down and are seriously injured. They fall off beds; they fall off wheelchairs; they fall off toilets; they fall off countless other surfaces. And it’s costly: medical bills; broken bones; disability; long-term … Continue reading

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Maryland Hospital Wrongly Denies Stent Problem

Posted by: Salvatore J. Zambri, founding member and senior attorney      In a column in the Baltimore Sun (8/31), Jay Hancock writes that St. Joseph Medical Center in Towson, MD, "deserves credit for shutting down Dr. Mark Midei last … Continue reading

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