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November 2012 Archives

Study: Injuries/Insurance Claims More Often Reported for Drivers of Small Cars

Wrecked car.jpgSmall cars and cars with powerful engines have the most frequent insurance claims for injuries to their occupants, while high-end sports cars and luxury vehicles rack up the most expensive claims for damage. These are just a couple of the insights that can be gleaned from the latest claims information published by the Highway Loss Data Institute.

Maryland Courts Rule on Qualified Expert Certificate Questions

Caduceus.jpgOne of the threshold requirements for filing a medical malpractice lawsuit is that a "Certificate of Qualified Expert" must be filed with Maryland Health Care Alternative Dispute Resolution Office (HCADRO), an administrative agency that promotes arbitration of medical claims. The certificate must state that the injury was caused by a departure from the standard of care and that this departure caused the alleged injury. The certificate must be filed within 90 days after the filing of the complaint.

Doctor's Testimony Ruled Not Scientifically Valid in Workers' Compensation Lawsuit Involving Mold

One of the scourges of the modern-day world is mold and the impact of exposure upon our health. In a recent court case, Maryland's Court of Special Appeals decided that a doctor's opinion that exposure to mold led to a raft of problems for workers in a water-damaged building was not scientifically valid under the standard presently used in the Maryland court system.

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