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Jan 17, 2018

Current State of Dog Bite Law (Presumption)

By |Jan 17, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments

The current state of dog bite law in Maryland is that if a dog attacks someone, it’s presumed that the owner of the dog knew the dog was dangerous prior to that attack happening.

This is a big change from how it used to be, where if a dog attacked somebody, the injured victim had […]

Jun 15, 2016

Overcoming the Challenges of Applying for Social Security Disability Benefits

By |Jun 15, 2016|Social Security Disability|0 Comments

When you are ill or injured, and you are unable to work to support yourself and your family, the Social Security Disability benefits program is a safety net that can provide you with the income you need if you meet the requirements for being found disabled. One of the challenges of applying for SSD […]

May 2, 2016

David Muncy Honored by the Maryland Association for Justice

By |May 2, 2016|News, Personal Injury|0 Comments

Plaxen & Adler attorney David Muncy was honored for his service with the Maryland Association for Justice (MAJ) when he was awarded the Section of the Year award for his leadership of the New Lawyer’s Section. The New Lawyer’s Section strives to engage new lawyers who represent injured persons through educational as well as […]

Feb 23, 2016

Maryland Senate Considers Bill to Raise Damages Cap for School Boards

By |Feb 23, 2016|New Laws, News|0 Comments

The Maryland Senate is conducting hearings this Thursday, February 25, 2016, on Senate Bill 575, which would raise the current damages caps that apply to all public school boards in Maryland. Plaxen & Adler, P.A. firm founder Bruce Plaxen will be testifying in favor of this new bill. Currently, if a student or any […]

Apr 14, 2015

The Maryland General Assembly Helps Injury Victims

By |Apr 14, 2015|New Laws, News, Personal Injury|0 Comments

The Maryland General Assembly has passed legislation to change the liability limits for claims against local governments and Maryland State Government. Currently under the Local Government Tort Claims Act (LGTCA) a person who is injured by the negligent conduct of an employee of a local government or municipality is limited to collecting a maximum […]

Apr 1, 2015

Maryland at Top of List for Workers’ Compensation Payouts

By |Apr 1, 2015|News, Workers Compensation|0 Comments

Across the country, working men and women are suffering because individual states keep cutting the amount of money they can receive after a serious accident on the job. Thankfully, Maryland workers do not have that problem, according to the Baltimore Business Journal. The article, which looks at a new interactive database created by ProPublica, […]

Mar 29, 2015

Doctors in Maryland Would Like to Deliver Babies with Immunity From Suit, Even if They are Negligent

By |Mar 29, 2015|Birth Injuries, Medical Malpractice, News, Our Firm, Safety|0 Comments

The Maryland Legislature is currently considering House Bill 553, which would create the “No-Fault Injured Baby Fund” which takes away the right to sue a doctor that negligently injured a baby that suffered a neurological injury while it was being born in exchange for a system of compensation meant to compensate the infant for […]

Mar 20, 2015

Maryland Senate Passes Punitive Damages Bill for Drunk Driving

By |Mar 20, 2015|New Laws, Our Firm|0 Comments

Maryland House to vote next on the bill
The Maryland Senate has passed a bill, by a margin of 46-0, allowing victims of injuries caused by a drunk driver to seek punitive damages from the drunk driver. The bill will now be voted on by the House. This bill is very important as it will […]

Mar 6, 2015

Has the Law for Dog Bites in Maryland Really Changed?

By |Mar 6, 2015|Dog Bites and Animal Attacks, Liability, Personal Injury, Safety|0 Comments

In recent years Maryland law has undergone changes in the laws that hold dog owners responsible when their dog attacks someone. Prior to a landmark Court of Appeals case in 2012, Tracy v. Soleskey, the law was unofficially known as the “one bite rule” because it was said a dog got one free bite […]

Feb 23, 2015

Maryland House Considering Bill Requiring Payment to Subpoena Baltimore County Police Officers to Court

By |Feb 23, 2015|New Laws, News|0 Comments

The Maryland House of Delegates is currently considering a bill that would require a person who requests a court to issue a subpoena for a Baltimore County police officer to come to court for a civil case to pay Baltimore County for the cost of the officer’s salary and travel expenses. A $250.00 deposit […]

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