The population of Essex is approaching 40,000 Baltimore County
residents. On August 2, 2009 Essex celebrated their Centennial Celebration with live music and food in Cox’s Point Park. Essex was founded by the Taylor Land Company in 1909 as an alternative for Baltimore city dwellers who desired ownership of some land.
Today, Essex is home to a number of talented lawyers who are familiar with local Baltimore County Courts. Lawyers in Essex take a broad scope of cases including, but not limited to, divorce, bankruptcy, civil lawsuit, real estate, DUI, and immigration cases like visa issues.
Recently in Essex, the family of Ryne Dougherty filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the local high school and the doctor that cleared him to play. Dougherty had received two mild concussions during football games in the previous month when he was hit in the head causing a brain hemorrhage that killed him two days later.
If you have wrongful death lawsuit in Essex, you will probably be visiting the Circuit Court of Baltimore County and filing with the civil division. Circuit courts have exclusive jurisdiction over juvenile, criminal appeals, mental health, and civil appeals cases but also handle domestic relations, real property, and other cases. Immigration issues must be taken up with the U.S. Immigration Court in Baltimore
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