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Blog Posts in April, 2011

  • On March 5, 2011, the DMV Music Awards organization had a music awards festival in Arlington, Virginia. Our client was a bartender at that awards ceremony. Unfortunately, the participants in the ceremony became unruly and arguments began. The arguments escalated into shoving, pushing and fighting and ultimately, objects around the room were being thrown. Our client was struck in the eye by a ...
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  • The Washington Post has taken an interest in the football camp incident in which three football players sustained a concussion. Partner Joseph Cammarata and the law firm represent each of the brain injured football players. The Washington Post's latest news article can be found here.
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  • NBC 4 Washington, continues its coverage of the football training camp incident in which three players suffered a concussion. One of the players, Lamont Baldwin was hospitalized due to a skull fracture and bleeding on the brain. His father, Gregory Baldwin was interviewed at the law firm's offices concerning his son's condition following the brain injury. Partner Joseph Cammarata was also part of ...
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  • NBC4 Washington interviewed Partner Joseph Cammarata

    Posted By Page1Admin || 19-Apr-2011

    NBC4 Washington interviewed Partner Joseph Cammarata, for his representation of three high school football players who suffered a brain injury when coaches from a training camp chose not to supervise the players as they were participating in a passing drill. See the interview of Mr. Cammarata here.
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  • Law Firm Obtains Full Policy Limits

    Posted By Page1Admin || 8-Apr-2011

    Our client was a pedestrian jogging on a sidewalk in Montgomery County when he was struck by a bicyclist. The bicyclist was not paying attention to where he was going. He knocked our client down causing him to suffer a severe brain injury and go into a coma. The client later died from complications from this injury. The negligent party was an eighteen year old. When our client's wife first came to ...
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  • Slip and Fall Cases in Maryland

    Posted By Page1Admin || 1-Apr-2011

    In winter we receive many phone calls from clients who have slipped and fallen on ice. Unfortunately, the Maryland Court of Appeals made these cases much more difficult to win in Maryland. Approximately two years ago, the Maryland Court of Appeals held that that an injured party cannot recover when he slips and falls on black ice if he knew that there could have been ice on the walkway. In other ...
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