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Maryland's Cap on Damages Upheld in Pool Drowning Case

Maryland has a terribly unfair cap on damages in personal injury cases. On September 24, 2010 the Maryland Court of Appeals upheld the cap in DRD Pool Service, Inc. v. Thomas Freed. The case is a very sad case about the swimming pool drowning of Connor… Read More

Gulf Oil Disaster Cases Consolidated in New Orleans

We are happy to report that yesterday the Joint Panel For Multi-District Litigation ordered that the oil spill cases will be consolidated before Judge Barbier in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana pursuant to 28 USC Section… Read More

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Victims in Greenbelt Maryland

Unfortunately, 11 people including five minor children have experienced carbon monoxide poisoning according to Prince George's County EMS. This was the result of a faulty water heater that, in all likelihood, was negligently maintained by the landlord.… Read More

Fairfax Pastor Accused of Abuse

The Washington Post reports that Pastor Tommy Shelton has been accused of sexually abusing several young teens in Fairfax, VA when he was the pastor at Community Church of God at 2500 Gallows Road in Dunn Loring from 1995-2000. Two men apparently came… Read More

Airplane Crash results in substantial verdict

On April 7, 2010, a jury awarded $89 million in an airplane crash case. The 1999 airplane crash accident left four people dead and one seriously injured. While injuries and death from flying are undoubtedly less common than those from driving an automobile,… Read More

$1.25 Million Settlement in Virginia Fall Accident

Mr. Harold Spencer, age 73, died as a result of a trip and fall that occurred as he departed a meeting in Virginia in January 2008. He tripped over a 16-inch wall around a cistern outside the front door of the Warrenton-Fauquier Visitor Center in Virginia.… Read More

Prince George's County MD Verdict in Premises Liability Case

On Wednesday July 8, 2009, a Prince George's County, Maryland jury returned a verdict for our client in the amount of $67,553.14. This Prince Georges County Maryland premises liability case award consisted of $6,102.99 in past medical expenses, past lost… Read More

Control System Fails Test-Is System a Cause of the June 2009 Crash?

Metro had in place an automatic train control system that in theory, should have prevented the June 22, 2009 metro train crash in Washington, D.C. The system failed. In the days after the crash, the system was tested again by federal regulators (NTSB)… Read More

Metro Crash Information for Victims in Maryland, D.C. and Virginia

At least 6 people were killed and dozens injured as a result of the Metrorail train accident in Washington, D.C. yesterday. This train crash is being investigated by the NTSB and local authorities, but initial reports indicate that the metro crashed because… Read More

Governor to Welcome New President to Maryland Association for Justice

Installation for Silver Spring Attorney Kevin I. Goldberg Set for Friday Evening, May 8, at Baltimore's Tremont Grand Press Release: Kevin I. Goldberg, a partner at Silver Spring-based law firm Goldberg Finnegan, LLC, has been named incoming President… Read More

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