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Man hurt at Camden Yards moves to rehab facility; family’s lawyers seek witnesses

A Maryland man hurt in a fight during a Baltimore Orioles game last month has moved to a rehab facility, and his lawyers said Monday they are looking for anyone who may have witnessed the exchange. The family of 25-year-old ...

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Despite signed release, appeals court orders trial in suit against BJ’s

Parents cannot sign away their children’s right to recover for injuries they might sustain in a store’s play area, Maryland’s intermediate appellate court has held.

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Players 2, Redskins 0 in workers’ comp disputes

In a second loss for the Washington Redskins in as many days, the Maryland Court of Appeals found former wide receiver Darnerian McCants was employed primarily in Maryland because that is where the team’s home games are played.

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Former Redskins punter wins workers’ compensation case

Former Washington Redskins punter Tom Tupa can collect workers’ compensation benefits in Maryland for a career-ending back injury that occurred at FedEx field during warm-ups before a preseason game in August 2005, the Court of Appeals held Wednesday.

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Losing party’s costs don’t include document translators

The cost of having documents translated is not covered under a federal statute that requires the losing party in litigation to pay for “compensation for interpreters,” the Supreme Court held Monday. The decision reverses an award of $5,517.20 in costs ...

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Redskins hope to kick workers’ compensation cases

Greenbelt workers’ compensation attorney Benjamin T. Boscolo finds one great irony in his legal fight with the Washington Redskins over whether Maryland or Virginia has jurisdiction to compensate his clients, two former Redskins players, for their on-the-field injuries. The District ...

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Broken wrist during traffic stop to cost city $30k

The city of Baltimore is poised to pay $30,000 to a furnace repairman named Michael Wright, who claims a police officer dragged him out of a vehicle and broke his wrist during a traffic stop in 2009. In February, the ...

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