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Last Month’s Judiciary Stats

By Byron Warnken

In March, circuit courts of Maryland were, per usual, quite busy.  There were 8723 listed actions, not including criminal cases.  Of these, there were 6633 different case numbers assigned.

Also as usual, the number of cases listed as personal injury or related, was only a small fraction of the whole.  There were 30 medical malpractice cases and 320 car accident cases.  There were 58 cases specifically listed as workers’ compensation appeals, with another 224 cases as administrative agency appeals.  (The bulk of these are workers’ compensation appeals.)  The specifically delineated stats in this paragraph do not account for Prince George’s County or Montgomery County who list personal injury type cases as, generically, “Civil.”

This month, we highlight some of the top Maryland car accident lawyers for the month.

  • Clinten Allgair filed six different lawsuits, four of which were in Anne Arundel County
  • Stuart Arnovits filed five different suits, all in Baltimore City
  • Ben Boscolo, perhaps better known for his work on behalf of injured workers, filed four different car accident lawsuits
  • Charlie Gilman filed five different suits between Baltimore City, Baltimore County and Carroll County
  • Steven Nichols filed five different suits
  • Alex Poberesky filed four suits, as did Deborah Potter and Frank Trock
  • Brennan Walter led the way with seven car accident lawsuits in Maryland Circuit Courts

Please note, the above stats are only for Circuit Courts and do not include Prince George’s or Montgomery counties.


The Largest Law Firms in Baltimore Serve Businesses

By Byron Warnken

If you are an attorney or otherwise sophisticated in the law or business, you read the headline above and say, “Duh.”  Of course the Baltimore’s biggest law firms serve businesses.  Same is true everywhere for that matter. But not everyone knows this simple fact.  Law firms and lawyers are arguably far more important to individuals […]

Details of Settlement Published – $35 Million for Stent Patients

By Byron Warnken

One week ago, the Baltimore Business Journal, reported the details of a settlement previously announced by Jay Miller of Miller, Murtha, & Psoras.  The settlement totaled $35.25 million.  The article states the injured “could receive a total of $35.25 million.”  Nothing in the article indicates anything about what the conditions for that sum to be […]

Towson Injury Lawyers

By Byron Warnken

The county seat for Baltimore County is Towson.  There are more lawyers in Towson than any other particular area of Baltimore County.  Many big defense firms have a presence in Towson, as do criminal lawyers, real estate lawyers, and numerous others.  This, of course, includes numerous injury lawyers. alone lists 87 Towson injury lawyers. […]

Who visits InjuryLawyerDatabase and what do they want to know?

By Byron Warnken expects to generate much of its web traffic from Internet search engines.  There is early evidence the expectation will be met.  In the last three months, has seen 1,481 different search terms bring visitors to the site.  Some search terms have brought hundreds of visitors, many only one. Broadly, the searches fall into […]

Workers’ Compensation – Statistics from Two Databases

By Byron Warnken

The website is actually made up of two separate databases.  One database comes from the Workers’ Compensation Commission list of cases.  The other database comes from Maryland Case Search, the Maryland Judiciary’s list of cases.  The two databases are not combined on the website, resulting in multiple listings for a number of the more […]

Active Lawyers in Maryland Contracts Cases

By Byron Warnken

Our statistics start out from a list on lawyers of our choosing.  At this point, we do not list every lawyer found in Maryland case search.  Eventually, and perhaps by the time you have read this, the entirety of case search will be published.  Therefore, when looking at top lawyer lists, keep in mind there […]

Baltimore Lead Paint Cases Restored

By Byron Warnken

The Court of Appeals of Maryland has reinstated multiple lead paint cases, according to the MD Daily Record.  The cases are both from Baltimore City. Court cases often need to be proved through expert testimony.  On one hand, if something is obvious, you don’t need an expert to say so.  Let’s suppose a ceiling fell […]