One thing I have committed to in 2013 is writing a blog post on every new Maryland personal injury-related opinion. Not just for you or for the blog traffic but to keep me abreast of ever-changing Maryland law. If you think I have missed a case, please let me know.
We have four personal injury related cases so far in 2013:
- Smith v. Johns Hopkins Community Physicians: New forum non conveniens opinion from the Maryland Court of Special Appeals that I can’t say I enjoyed.
- 100 Investment Limited Partnership v. Columbia Town Center Title Company: This is a contract case that a crafty plaintiffs’ lawyer tried to make into a tort claim. Good hustle but the Maryland high court rejected the claim.
- Station Maintenance v. Two Farms: Court reverses what I’ll even admit was a pretty Draconian trial court sanction based on insurance company’s violation of a scheduling order.
- Danner v. International Freight: Interesting Maryland District Court collateral source ruling that has implications in personal injury cases.