One of the things that 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 myself 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.