The source of lead paint exposure can be established through circumstantial evidence, without expert testimony, the Court of Appeals held Friday.Read More »
The Housing Authority of Baltimore City has paid $3.67 million toward a lead-paint verdict after recovering money from a liquidated insurance company.Read More »
The overturning of a lead-paint verdict that stated the process of seizing a city agency’s vehicles tops the list of most-read legal affairs stories of the week. The list also includes a lawsuit filed by security guards who allege they ...Read More »
The bitter legal feud over unpaid damages for lead-paint poisoning victims by the Housing Authority of Baltimore City is heating up. Wednesday, attorneys for two plaintiffs filed a motion in Baltimore City Circuit Court claiming the HABC was “attempting to ...Read More »
Sheriff to begin seizure process for Baltimore Housing Authority property to pay for lead paint judgment
The Baltimore City Sheriff will begin the process of seizing nearly two dozen trucks, computers and other office supplies owned by the Housing Authority of Baltimore City Wednesday to auction and pay an outstanding lead paint poisoning judgment against the ...Read More »
The courthouse doors are closed to an alleged victim of childhood lead-paint poisoning who failed to notify the Housing Authority of Baltimore City within 180 days after being diagnosed with an elevated blood lead level, a Maryland appeals court has ...
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