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Blog Posts in 2018

  • Maryland High Court Broadly Interprets State's Cap on Non-Economic Damages

    Posted By Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata, Siegel, P.C. || 1-May-2018

    By: Matthew Tievsky In a personal injury lawsuit, you may recover “economic damages” as well as “noneconomic damages.” Economic damages include medical bills, lost wages, and other forms of lost money. Noneconomic damages are everything else – the intangible injuries and damages that you can suffer from an injury such as pain, inconvenience, humiliation, and ...
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  • Maryland Bill Proposes to Make Sexual Consent Classes Mandatory

    Posted By Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata, Siegel, P.C. || 10-Apr-2018

    By: Megan Gibson The bill would require sex education classes in Maryland public schools to include lessons on sexual consent, a very welcome change to the current curriculum. It is an important step in efforts to institutionalize sexual assault prevention programs earlier on in life, and in the prevention of sexual assaults after students leave their classrooms. Under the measure, middle and high ...
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  • Multiple Vehicles Involved in Crash on I-270 After Tractor-Trailer Spills Load, Leaves Scene

    Posted By Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata, Siegel, P.C. || 20-Mar-2018

    By: Allan M. Siegel Maryland State Police are looking for an unidentified tractor-trailer and its driver after it triggered an 18-vehicle pile-up Monday morning on Interstate 270 in Germantown. According to authorities, the truck made an unsafe lane change into the right lane of the four-lane highway and caused another vehicle to slam on its brakes, leading to a chain reaction. The wreck, which ...
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  • By: Megan Gibson In December, 2017 Sander B. Cohen, 33, a deputy chief state fire marshal and a lieutenant with the Rockville Volunteer Fire Department, and Carlos Wolff, 36, a supervisory special agent in the District office of the FBI, were struck and killed on I-270. They were struck by a vehicle as they stood on the southbound shoulder of I-270. They were waiting for help, as Wolff’s car ...
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