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Nov 26, 2012

Elevator Owners Owe You the Highest Duty of Care

By |Nov 26, 2012|Personal Injury|0 Comments

In a 2008 decision, Johns Hopkins Hospital v. Correia, 405 Md. 509, 954 A.2d 1073 (2008) the Maryland Court of Appeals, Maryland’s highest court, ruled that owners of elevators owe elevator passengers the highest duty of care available under the law.  The decision mandates that the owner of a passenger elevator is bound to […]

Nov 19, 2012

Why You Should Contact a Lawyer Quickly after You’ve Been Injured

By |Nov 19, 2012|Personal Injury|0 Comments

When you’ve been injured by negligence, Maryland law requires you to file a lawsuit for your injuries within a certain period of time after you are injured.  These laws, called statutes of limitations, vary according to how you were injured.  Regardless of what the statute of limitations is for your particular case, it is […]

Nov 12, 2012

Fungal Meningitis Outbreak Exposes Lack of Compounding Pharmacy Oversight

By |Nov 12, 2012|Fungal Meningitis|0 Comments

The recent outbreak of fungal meningitis from contaminated steroids has shed light on the lack of oversight of compounding pharmacies and the flagrant safety violations that can result when drugs are manufactured without proper regulation.  The recent fungal meningitis outbreak has so far sickened hundreds and killed 25 people nationwide. The outbreak resulted […]

Oct 9, 2012

Plaxen & Adler Fights to Change Maryland’s Dog Bite Law

By |Oct 9, 2012|Personal Injury|0 Comments

When a person is bitten by a dog in Maryland, it can be difficult to receive compensation from the dog’s owner for injuries caused by the bite.  This is due to Maryland’s law that requires the person who was bitten to prove that the dog owner knew that the dog was dangerous, which is […]

Sep 11, 2012

Plaxen & Adler Argues before Maryland’s Highest Court to Change Maryland’s Negligence Law

By |Sep 11, 2012|Personal Injury|1 Comment

On Monday, September 10, 2012 Bruce Plaxen of Plaxen & Adler argued before the Maryland Court of Appeals, Maryland’s highest court, to change Maryland’s negligence law for the benefit of people injured by the negligence of another.  Maryland currently has the contributory negligence rule, where a person who is injured through the negligence of […]

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