Daily Archives: January 12, 2010

Heating-oil spill sparks a second lawsuit

A Hagerstown couple’s grown children are suing a heating-oil company and its lawyers, alleging that the firm hid test results showing elevated levels of the carcinogen benzene in the air at the house. McGuireWoods LLP knew about the results for ...

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BCSB selling 4 branches to American

Baltimore County Savings Bank said Tuesday it will sell four branches to American Bank, satisfying the economic needs of the Baltimore bank and expanding the footprint of American. The sale will mark the entrance of Rockville-based American Bank into the ...

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Court of Appeals preserves non-economic damages cap

ANNAPOLIS – Maryland’s controversial cap on medical-malpractice awards for pain and suffering applies to all lawsuits regardless of whether they were first submitted to voluntary arbitration, the state’s top court unanimously held Tuesday. In its 7-0 decision, the Court of ...

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FAA reports surge in wildlife strikes

WASHINGTON— Reports of airplanes hitting birds and other wildlife surged last year, including serious accidents such as birds crashing through cockpits and crippling engines in flight, according to an Associated Press analysis of new government data. More than a dozen ...

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