Maryland Rules | Selected Rules Relating to Personal Injury Cases
Below are some of the Maryland Rules that are applicable to personal injury trial lawyers.
- Maryland Rule 2-413: Deposition - Place
- Maryland Rule 2-412: Deposition - Notice
- Maryland Rule 2-432: Motion Upon Failure to Provide Discovery
- Maryland Rule 2-422: Discovery of Documents and Property
- Maryland Rule 2-424: Admission of Facts and Genuineness of Documents
- Maryland Rule 2-504: Scheduling Orders
- Maryland Rule 15-1001: Wrongful Death
Except for the rule covering wrongful death, these are all procedural rules adopted by the Maryland Court of Appeals to guide trial lawyer on the correct path to bring and defend lawsuits in Circuit Court. These rules have the force or Maryland law and they are generally enforced zealously by trial judges in Maryland.
You will note all of these court rules for Circuit Court begin with a 2.