A Maryland jury assessed damages of $18.9 million against Wal-Mart Stores Inc. for putting a new tire on an eroded rim — an action that led to the death of a woman and her two children.
A Baltimore jury has awarded $1.42 million to a woman whose doctor removed the wrong ovary and unnecessarily took out a fallopian tube during surgery.
A former dancer has withdrawn her claim against Johnson & Johnson over faulty hip replacements on the same day the trial was to start.
A high-school graduate who operated a fake law firm in Baltimore must cease doing business and pay $261,000 for representing clients in bankruptcy cases.
Increasingly, attorneys are using social media to generate dialogue about their areas of law and establish a community. The marketing aspect of Facebook and blogs are secondary, they say, and new clients and business are just an added benefit.
Maryland’s highest court has refused to impose any sanctions on a Baltimore-based lawyer whose stepmother accused him of deceit and fraud in handling the estate of his deceased father, who was a famed night club operator and real estate developer.
A Baltimore judge has ordered U.S. Bank N.A. to pay a real estate agent $155,566 for injuries she received during an inspection at a bank-owned house.
A Maryland jury has awarded $21 million to a family whose son suffers from cerebral palsy due to complications during his birth.
Personal injury attorneys could be moving away from flashy ads on the sides of buses and spots on daytime television.
Several firms have recently launched apps for smartphones as a way to market and streamline their business.
A Maryland woman has been awarded $1.2 million in damages in her medical malpractice lawsuit against a cardiologist who left her with permanent nerve damage in her foot and leg.