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December 2017 Archives

Maryland case on exceptions to the going-and-coming rule

Normally, Workers’ Compensation is not available in Maryland when an employee is injured during his or her regular commute to work. This concept is called the going-and-coming rule, based on the idea that a commute is not an action in the course of employment. Rather, a commute is considered a common, ordinary risk all workers who commute take. However, there are exceptions. 

Possible suicide of Baltimore police could prevent death benefits

Last month, a veteran 43-year-old Baltimore police detective died after having been shot with his own official police weapon while investigating a triple homicide in the Harlem Park neighborhood. With 18 years of service behind him, the officer is survived by his wife and five children, according to The Baltimore Sun

Beware of drunk or drugged drivers in Maryland over the holidays

The attorneys at all six of our Maryland offices fight for justice and compensation for our clients across the state who were injured in motor vehicle accidents caused by drivers who were under the influence of alcohol as well as of drugs, both illegal and legal. When someone is harmed because of the reckless and unlawful conduct of a driver who got behind the wheel impaired by a substance, the victim may sue the responsible party in a personal injury lawsuit.

Maryland Workers’ Compensation and holiday parties away from work

We are entering the season of work-sponsored holiday parties. When an employer-sponsored party is held off of work premises such as at a hotel, casino or restaurant and an employee is injured at the party or during the trip to or from the event, whether the injury is covered under Maryland Workers’ Compensation law can be a complicated question. 

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