Appellant was badly injured after being struck by a car driven by an intoxicated eighteen-year-old. Appellee allegedly provided alcohol to the underaged driver. The circuit court granted summary judgment for appellee on the grounds that Maryland does not hold social hosts liable for the injuries caused by their intoxicated guests
Michael Banks worked at the Flying Dog Brewery in Frederick, Maryland; he operated a forklift that moved pallets of beer kegs in the brewery’s cooler. On March 23, 2009, a co-worker found him in the cooler lying unconscious next to the forklift, and he died a day later.
Did the circuit court err by ruling that, as a matter of law, the operator of an outpatient methadone clinic owed no duty of care to third parties?
A federal judge has allowed a lawsuit to move forward against three Frederick County sheriff's deputies in the death of a young man with Down syndrome.
Sounding like an NFL referee, a judge dismissed a woman’s claim that a bus driver’s negligence caused her to trip and fall after viewing a video showing she fell on her own.
A Newport News, Virginia jury has returned a $1.2 million verdict against a Hampton lawyer accused of costing his divorce client that amount in lost alimony by failing to appear in the case.
Prosecutors say a woman charged with texting while driving has been fined $500 for an accident that killed a motorcyclist.
A Wicomico County jury has found a general surgeon liable for failing to diagnose the cancer that ultimately killed a 25-year-old Salisbury woman and has awarded $2.5 million in damages to her parents and her estate.
Retailers can enforce the waiver agreements they make parents sign before allowing their children to enter a play area, the state’s highest court has held.
The city’s Board of Estimates is set to approve settlements Wednesday in two slip-and-fall cases totaling $125,000.
The family of a six-month-old who was strangled by her father has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against him, the state and the Baltimore County Department of Social Services, a state agency.
An epileptic inmate who was injured after he fell from the top of his bunk during a seizure has settled his federal lawsuit against officials at a state prison.