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Wrongful Death Claims Can Survive Beyond Medical Malpractice Time Frame

The Maryland Court of Appeals has held that the statute of limitations for wrongful death claims starts to run at the date of the death, even if a medical malpractice Read More

Fire Department Settles Wrongful Death Claim After Carnival Accident

The Earleigh Heights Volunteer Fire Department has reached a settlement in a wrongful death suit the family of a teen victim filed. The girl, from Pasadena, was killed at the Read More

Alcohol a Factor in Fatal Accident Involving Volunteer Firefighter

A volunteer firefighter from Nanjemoy, Maryland recently died in an accident in La Plata. The 20-year-old woman was struck head-on by another vehicle on the evening of April 28 on Read More

How Wrongful Death Laws Apply to Stillbirths

One of the cases in which state law allows for people to file a wrongful death claim is in the case of a stillbirth. Parents of a deceased fetus have Read More

Who Can File Wrongful Death Lawsuits?

All states have various laws in place that give people the right to recover compensation after the wrongful death of a loved one. However, the specific people that are allowed Read More

What is Aggressive Driving?

A woman and her 14-year-old son were killed recently after their car rear-ended a tractor-trailer on I-495. Initial reports said speed and aggressive driving may have been factors in the Read More

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