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Rosemann v. SALSBURY, CLEMENTS

... motion for summary judgment and denying the judgment creditor's motion for summary judgment on the ground that Courts Article, Section 11-504(b)(2) provides an exemption from execution for money payable in the event of sickness, accident or injury, even though Maryland ...

Youngblud v. Fallston Supply

... It is considered that the fall and the resulting injury constitute the accident within the contemplation of the Act. ... See, eg, Robertson v. North American Refractories Co., 169 Md. 187, 181 A. 223 (1935) (where no evidence of accident, injury not compensable). ...

YOUNGBLUD v. FALLSTON SUPPLY CO., INC.

... It is considered that the fall and the resulting injury constitute the accident within the contemplation of the Act. ... See, eg, Robertson v. North American Refractories Co., 169 Md. 187, 181 A. 223 (1935) (where no evidence of accident, injury not compensable). ...