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Maryland Personal Injury Lawyers

Maryland personal injury lawyers practice their trade from Baltimore to Cumberland and Hagerstown to Frederick and other areas of the state as well. One important aspect that Maryland personal injury lawyers must we well adept at is how to file a lawsuit within the state.

 

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In May 1997, the Maryland State Bar Association’s Board of Governors approved the following aspirational Code of Civility for all lawyers and judges in Maryland. MSBA encourages all Maryland lawyers and judges to honor and voluntarily adhere to the standards set forth in these codes. Civility is the cornerstone of the legal profession.

LAWYERS’ DUTIES

1. We will treat all participants in the legal process, in a civil, professional, and courteous manner and with respect at all times and in all communications, whether oral or written. These principles are intended to apply to all attorneys who practice law in the State of Maryland regardless of the nature of their practice. We will refrain from acting upon or manifesting racial, gender, or other bias or prejudice toward any participant in the legal process. We will treat all participants in the legal process with respect.

2. We will abstain from disparaging personal remarks or acrimony toward any participants in the legal process and treat everyone with fair consideration. We will advise our clients and witnesses to act civilly and respectfully to all participants in the legal process. We will, in all communications, speak and write civilly and respectfully to the Court, staff, and other court or agency personnel with an awareness that they, too, are an integral part of the judicial system.

3. We will not encourage any person under our control to engage in conduct that would be inappropriate under these standards if we were to engage in such conduct.

4. We will not bring the profession into disrepute by making unfounded accusations of impropriety or attacking counsel, and absent good cause, we will not attribute bad motives or improper conduct to other counsel.

5. We will strive for orderly, efficient, ethical and fair disposition of litigation, as well as disputed matters that are not yet the subject of litigation, and for the efficient, ethical, and fair negotiation and consummation of business transactions.

6. We will not engage in conduct that offends the dignity and decorum of judicial and administrative proceedings, bring disorder to the tribunal or undermines the image of the legal profession, nor will we allow clients or witnesses to engage in such conduct. We will educate clients and witnesses about proper courtroom decorum and to the best of our ability, prevent them from creating disorder or disruption in the courtroom.

7. We will not knowingly misrepresent, mischaracterize, or misquote fact or authorities cited.

8. We will be punctual and prepared for all scheduled appearances so that all matters may begin on time and proceed efficiently. Furthermore, we will also educate everyone involved concerning the need to be punctual and prepared, and if delayed, we will notify everyone involved, if at all possible.

9. We will attempt to verify the availability of necessary participants and witnesses so we can promptly reschedule appearances if necessary.

10. We will avoid ex parte communications with the court, including the judge’s staff, on pending matters in person (whether in social, professional, or other contexts), by telephone, and in letters and other forms of written communication, unless authorized.

Maryland Personal Injury Lawyers

Maryland personal injury lawyers need to be well-versed in the procedure for filing a complaint in the state including various parts of the complaint including the joinder of claims, counterclaims, cross claims, a third party claim and joinder of parties. The Maryland personal injury lawyers also need to know the difference among the permissive joinder, required joinder, intervention and interpleader.

Maryland personal injury lawyers need to know about large lawsuits past and present including the cases concerning Kool cigarettes, gay marriage, ZeniMax Media wrongful termination and Montgomery County Public School sex education. Other cases that Maryland personal injury lawyers would do well to be knowledgeable about include Supreme Court Nominee Robert Bork's slip and fall, the raw milk ban and litigation involving the state's 17 Superfund sites.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 


 

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