I hope this note finds everyone safe and healthy. The Court system will be re-opening to full capacity over the next several weeks, including the resumption of Jury Trials in April. Covid protocols remain in effect and masks are mandatory, but the wheels of Justice are slowly returning to normal. 

Were you aware that the Statute of Limitations, the time to bring a claim against an individual or company, is three (3) years in Maryland? Is there a legal matter that changed the course of your life over the past year? Have you had any negative interactions with an individual, a business, a medical provider or an insurance company? If you have a legal question or need my assistance with a claim, please reach out to me for a confidential complimentary discussion.

I am pleased to announce that the Angelos Legal Group, on behalf of the Gaddis and Limmer families, reached an amicable settlement with Baltimore County regarding our Wrongful death claims against the County for the negligent design of the roadway by Dulaney High School which contributed to the deaths of five-year-old Delaney Gaddis and her grandmother, Deborah Limmer. Delaney’s parents, Jennifer and Brian Gaddis, were also blessed with the birth of a daughter, Brynn, in September of 2020. ❤️

Finally, from the Criminal Court, our office effectuated the release of a Towson man from the Department of Corrections into an in-patient drug rehab facility. This young man had been incarcerated for many years and there were several failed legal challenges to get him relief, but we were not deterred. We successfully brought a rarely used petition to the Circuit Court and, in collaboration with professional substance abuse professionals, secured a more fitting and proper disposition for our client.   

Today’s current circumstances give rise to a new definition of ‘March Madness’ but know that our team is here to help you navigate any legal difficulties that may arise. We can be reached at 410-252-2066 or via e-mail johncm@johnangeloslaw.com. Be well. John & Staff  

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