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Slip-and-fall accidents: Broken bones and brain injuries possible

Although spring is near, winter is not quite over in Maryland. With more weeks of winter weather still possible, there is continued risk for slip-and-fall accidents because of ice. According to some experts, injuries from falls on ice can be as bad as injuries from car accidents. As with car accidents, fall accidents can result in disabling injuries such as broken bones or brain injuries.

Man suffers traumatic brain injuries after fall at deli

Numerous building codes exist for personal homes, public buildings and businesses to ensure the safety of the occupants or visitors in Maryland. When codes are neglected, serious safety hazards may be present and serious slip-and-fall accidents can occur. Sadly, an elderly man suffered traumatic brain injuries believed to be a result of neglected building codes.

Joe Gorga sued for failure to provide safe premises

The "Real Housewives" television franchise and its viewers enjoy a good drama, and those who participate in the show typically have plenty to provide. Recently, it was a husband who provided some real-life drama; he is known because of his wife and sister's participation on the popular show. Maryland residents may be interested to learn that Joe Gorga has had a lawsuit filed against him for failure to provide safe premises.

Mother sues school for failure to provide safe premises for son

Many Maryland parents are thankful for the access to and education from the public school system and the services it provides. Trusting children to the care and management of teachers and administration can sometimes be difficult. Parents expect safety measures to protect children from any unnecessary danger and to be provided at all times. One mother in another state has accused the school her son attends of failure to provide safe premises, and she has filed a slip-and-fall accident lawsuit against the public school.

Television excutive suffers broken bones at Emmys

People in Maryland often enjoy viewing Hollywood award shows such as the Emmys and Oscars which are usually full of glitz and glamor and attended by some of  Hollywood's elite. Unfortunately, for one television executive, the 2016 Emmys resulted in her being hospitalized with broken bones. She has recently filed a lawsuit against several organizations for their alleged negligence that she claims resulted in her fall. 

Lawsuit against stadium for failure to provide safe premise

Thousands of Maryland residents attend events in stadiums every year. Due to the large amounts of people that are shuttled in and out of stadiums for events, it is important for stadium owners and operators to understand any safety risks that could be present. When there is a failure to provide safe premise, serious injuries can occur. Sadly, for one family in another state, they lost their loved one in an unfortunate and tragic slip-and-fall accident last year at a stadium.

Early morning crash may have been caused by drunk driver

Route 50 in Maryland is one of the busiest routes in the state. It is the path that thousands of vacationers take to reach the beaches of the Chesapeake Bay or to get to the ocean-side resort towns just a few hours away. Unfortunately, all of that heavy traffic also means that a serious crash can happen at any time.

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