Temporary Total may be paid despite an unemployment claim. The entitlement triggers for unemployment and temporary total are different. 1) Temporary Total must be unable to perform the duties of the pre-injury employment. 2) Unemployment: must be ready, willing and able to be gainfully employed. An Employee can be ready willing and able to do […]
Monthly Archives: April 2016
Dependency of Wife in Workers Compensation Claim
Dependency in a Workers compensation Death Case and a Baltimore Workers Compensation Claim. 218 Md. 581 (1959) 147 A.2d 756 MULLAN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY ET AL. v. DAY Although they had been married in 1949, the claimant testified that she and her husband had never pooled their earnings. She used her money to buy things she […]
Can You Sue a Home Inspector In Maryland?
Can you sue a Home Inspector in Maryland for a poor inspection? – Home inspector exculpatory clauses There are courts in other jurisdictions that have invalidated limitation-of-liability or exculpatory clauses in home inspection contracts. See Finch v. Inspectech, LLC, 727 S.E.2d 823 (W.Va. 2012); Glassford v. Brickkicker, 35 A.3d 1044 (Vt. 2011); Pitts v. Watkins, 905 So.2d 553 […]