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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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Law digest – 7/23/12

COURT OF SPECIAL APPEALS Criminal Procedure, Jury instructions: The circuit court erred by refusing to submit the charge of fourth-degree burglary to the jury, where the evidence was legally sufficient for defendant to be convicted of either third-degree burglary or ...

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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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Suitland woman gets 2 years for workers comp fraud

LAS VEGAS — A Maryland woman has been sentenced to more than two years in prison for worker’s compensation fraud devised during a 2006 stay at the Las Vegas Hilton. The Nevada Attorney General’s office said Wednesday that 45-year-old Tamara ...

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Top 5: ‘I have tremendous support’

State. Sen. Ulysses Currie was acquitted of all charges this week, and the owner of famed ‘Cafe Hon’ has decided to give up the trademark of the word ‘Hon,’ which caused much controversy earlier this year. Those stories and more ...

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Redskins fight ex-punter’s workers’ compensation claim

The Washington Redskins on Tuesday urged Maryland’s top court to sack prior decisions requiring the team to pay Maryland workers’ compensation benefits to ex-punter Tom Tupa, who suffered a career-ending back injury during preseason warm-ups at FedEx Field in Landover ...

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