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Case Results

  • $1,900,000
    Anonymous Estate and Family v. Multiple Defendants
    Recovery for family of wrongful death victim.
  • $875,000
    Anonymous v. BJ and Liberty Mutual Insurance Co.
    Substantial recovery for victim of another’s negligent driving that necessitated surgery.
  • $850,000
    Anonymous Family v. Defendant Driver
    Near policy limits recovery was paid to the family of a young woman wrongfully killed by a negligent driver.
  • $775,000
    Anonymous v. Building Owner
    Substantial recovery for the victim of a slip-and-fall accident who suffered a traumatic brain injury.
  • $250,000
    Anonymous v. PM and Insurance Company
    Policy limits paid to a man who lost mobility due to the negligence of another.
  • $175,000
    Anonymous v. Defendant Trucking Company
    Recovery for victim struck by a large truck that failed to stop at a red light.
  • $112,000
    Anonymous v. Defendant Driver and Nationwide Insurance Co.
    Six-figure recovery for victim of a multiple roll-over accident that claimed less than $20,000 in medical expenses.
  • $100,000
    Anonymous v. Defendant Homeowner
    Sizable recovery for a minor attacked by a dog, causing injuries which required multiple stitches.
  • $100,000
    KB v. Defendant Driver
    Policy limits tender for client with limited medical expenses, but suffered permanent injuries in her hands and wrists as a result of the accident.
  • Gilchrist v. Parkway Condominium
    Homeowners Association / Condominium
    Successfully represented Prince George’s County condominium unit owners challenging an improper election. The Circuit Court granted our clients’ request for a temporary restraining order (TRO), invalidating the election and appointing an independent ...
  • Herauf v. The Elmont Condominium
    Homeowners Association / Condominium
    Successfully represented Baltimore City condominium owner in a two-day trial where the condominium failed to promptly restore and repair the unit after a structural issue rendered the unit uninhabitable. In addition to a judgment in our client’s ...
  • Davy v. Fox Chase Townhouse Association, Inc.
    Homeowners Association / Condominium
    Successfully represented a homeowner challenging her HOA’s right to place a lien for improperly accelerated assessments and attorneys’ fees. After a trial in the Circuit Court in Annapolis, the Court found that the HOA was not entitled to the lien ...
  • DM v. Anonymous Condominium
    Homeowners Association / Condominium
    Successfully resolved a case brought by a Prince George’s County tenant in a matter where the condominium regime shut off her water due to her landlord’s failure to pay condominium assessments. A TRO was entered, our client’s water service was ...
  • E.L. v. Thomas and Debra Freed
    Contract and Business Law
    E.L. v. Thomas and Debra Freed – Mr. Skipper represented a woman who alleged that her former business partners failed to pay the buyout price required by the agreement between the parties. The Defendants denied liability, arguing that the deal had ...
  • D.H., et al. v. Challenger Transportation
    Employment
    D.H., et al. v. Challenger Transportation – Mr. Skipper represented a class of 44 plaintiffs who had been employed as transportation drivers for the Defendant employer. Plaintiffs alleged in the lawsuit that they were required to report to work at a ...
  • Anonymous v. Anonymous
    Homeowners Association / Condominium
    Mr. Skipper resolved claims on behalf of his client surrounding allegedly illegal debt collection and violations of the Fair Housing Act. The case, in the Circuit Court of Anne Arundel County, was resolved with Mr. Skipper’s client receiving $150,000 ...
  • Strong v. Pleasant Prospect Homeowners’ Association, Inc.
    Homeowners Association / Condominium
    Successfully challenged an HOA’s adoption of an illegal rule requiring our clients to purchase and install a $500 mailbox. After a multi-day bench trial, the Court ruled that the requirement was null and void. Our client’s important victory resolved ...
  • Pierce v. Maryland Mutual No. Eight, Inc.
    Homeowners Association / Condominium
    Successfully represented a former condominium board president in Montgomery County challenging his improper removal from the board of directors. After a multi-day hearing, the Montgomery County CCOC ruled in our client’s favor, determining he was ...
  • R.J. & W.H. v. Anonymous Employer
    Employment
    R.J. & W.H. v. Anonymous Employer – Two police officers were passed over for a potential promotion that was given to less qualified colleagues without a competitive process and without the chance to interview for the position. Mr. Skipper brought ...
  • $250,000
    G.M. v. P.M.
    A husband was struck by his estranged wife with the couple’s pickup truck when the wife, who was backing out of the drive, suddenly drove forward, crushing Ms. Skipper’s client’s leg between the truck and a parked vehicle. The insurance carrier did ...
  • Davy v. Fox Chase Townhouse Association, Inc.
    Illegal Debt Collection/Consumer Protection
    Successfully represented a homeowner challenging her HOA’s right to place a lien for improperly accelerated assessments and attorneys’ fees. After a trial in the Circuit Court in Annapolis, the Court found that the HOA was not entitled to the lien ...
  • Davy v. Fox Chase Townhouse Association, Inc.
    Appeals
    Successfully represented a homeowner challenging her HOA’s right to place a lien for improperly accelerated assessments and attorneys’ fees. After a trial in the Circuit Court in Annapolis, the Court found that the HOA was not entitled to the lien ...
  • Fair Housing Issues
    Homeowners Association / Condominium
    Skipper Law regularly advises and assists property owners with reasonable accommodation and reasonable modification requests to provide our clients the equal opportunity to use and enjoy their homes.
  • G.F. v. Anonymous Condominium
    Homeowners Association / Condominium
    When a resident moved to sell her unit, her closing was unilaterally canceled by her potential buyers’ real estate agent. The Defendant Condominium had failed to properly renew its Federal Housing Administration certification, and because the buyer ...
  • J.C. v. Erie Insurance
    Personal Injury
    J.C. v. Erie Insurance – Mr. Skipper represented a man hurt in a hit-and-run accident who suffered substantial back injuries when a reckless driver pulled out in front of the client, and then fled the scene of the accident. Mr. Skipper’s client had ...
  • J.T. v. Anonymous Employer
    Employment
    J.T. v. Anonymous Employer – Ms. Skipper represented a woman who was being paid less than her male counterparts with comparable experience. After a lengthy demand and negotiation process during which Mr. Skipper alleged and proved Equal Pay Act ...
  • Knipp v. Defendant driver
    Appeals
    Obtained a reversal of the trial court on appeal, with the appellate court finding the trial court erred by failing to award compensation for all medical expenses and failing to consider permanent injuries in a personal injury case. Upon remand, the ...
  • L.D. & K.D. v. HOA
    Homeowners Association / Condominium
    After an HOA was awarded its attorneys’ fees after a dispute with one of the residents, the couple retained Mr. Skipper. A letter he authored caused the HOA’s insurance to pay the attorneys’ fee award on behalf Mr. Skipper’s clients. When the HOA ...
  • M.T. v. HOA
    Homeowners Association / Condominium
    An Anne Arundel County homeowners association approved a proposal for Mr. Skipper’s client to build a deck on her home. Later, after granting approval, a representative of the HOA told the client that the deck could not be white, but had to be some ...
  • Monterey Condominium v. Tanya Clarke-Brown
    Homeowners Association / Condominium
    Successfully represented a Montgomery County homeowner and tenant in a matter where the HOA sued to have an emotional support animal removed from the unit. After filing a counterclaim, our clients secured a $30,000 settlement despite the fact that ...
  • Anonymous v. Anonymous Company
    Contract and Business Law
    Received and collected a judgment for nearly $30,000 for an insurance broker against an entity in Guam for an unpaid brokerage fees.
  • Anonymous Homeowner v. Contractor
    Contract and Business Law
    Secure sanctions against a home improvement contractor in Howard County for maintaining an action in bad faith against our clients.
  • Illegal Debt Collection/Consumer Protection
    Successfully resolve various matters for Maryland Consumer Debt Collection Act, Maryland Contract Lien Act, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and Maryland Consumer Protection Act for property owners who had: (a) their parking or pool access revoked ...
  • Anonymous
    Contract and Business Law
    Secure summary judgment in excess of $90,000 for homeowners against their contractor.
  • Anonymous
    Contract and Business Law
    Secure Circuit Court judgment in Prince George’s County for clients in excess of $70,000 in dispute with their former military superior who failed to repay a personal loan.
  • Anonymous
    Contract and Business Law
    Secure judgment after an ex parte hearing for in excess of $60,000 plus reasonable attorneys’ fees.
  • Anonymous Claimant
    Contract and Business Law
    Successfully litigated a dispute against the Maryland State Retirement and Pension System before the Office of Administrative Hearings where our client was wrongfully denied disability benefits after her husband passed. The judge issued a written ...
  • D.T. v. Anonymous Pharmacy
    Personal Injury
    D.T. v. Anonymous Pharmacy – When a pharmacy negligently filled the wrong prescription, Mr. Skipper’s client suffered partial temporary paralysis of his legs. Mr. Skipper brought claims on behalf of his client, who did make a full recovery, and the ...
  • C.L v. Baltimore Gas & Electric
    Personal Injury
    C.L v. Baltimore Gas & Electric – Mr. Skipper represented a tenant and property owner against a public utility for claims arising from what plaintiffs alleged was an unsafe condition a home in Lothian, Maryland. The tenant reported that the ...
  • Clarke v. Steffen
    Homeowners Association / Condominium
    Successfully represented a homeowner in an Anne Arundel County community whose neighbor (who was the civic association President) filed a petition for a peace order and sought criminal charges against our client, both of which were thrown out. After ...
  • R.M. v. HOA
    Homeowners Association / Condominium
    An HOA claimed a married couple was in violation of the governing documents because they installed solar panels on the front of their home. The couple did so because the panels would not work properly on the rear of the home, and their contractor ...
  • R.P. v. Jason Handley
    Personal Injury
    R.P. v. Jason Handley – Mr. Skipper represented a young woman who alleged that she was brutally assaulted on her own porch by the Defendant. The Defendant denied liability, and the case was tried before a jury in Calvert County, Maryland. The jury ...
  • Strong v. HOA
    Homeowners Association / Condominium
    Read the full article from the Washington Post here. In 2009 Woodmore, a gated community in Bowie, passed a regulation requiring every homeowner to purchase a new, costly mailbox from a single manufacturer, Frontgate. With installation, the mailboxes ...
  • T.B., et al v. G.H.
    Personal Injury
    T.B., et al v. G.H. – Mr. Skipper represented a family who was involved in an auto accident in Carroll County, Maryland. The defendant claimed in deposition that the bottom of his new leather shoes became slick, causing his foot to slip off the brake ...
  • Tuohey v. West River Yacht Harbour Condominium
    Homeowners Association / Condominium
    Successfully recovered $300,000 for a condominium owner who alleged that the condominium was improperly placing fines on her account without due process or providing a hearing as required by the Maryland Condominium Act; the board members were hiring ...
  • Unit Owner v. Anonymous Condominium
    Homeowners Association / Condominium
    Successfully resolved a matter for a condominium unit owner whose association failed to disclose known defects to him in his resale certificate at the time of sale.
  • Various Anonymous Homeowners with Water Damage
    Homeowners Association / Condominium
    Successfully represented many unit owners in litigation in various counties and courts resulting from Associations’ failure to promptly and properly restore and repair their condominium units after water damage.
  • Various Covenant Disputes/Architectural Disputes
    Homeowners Association / Condominium
    Skipper Law regularly represents homeowners involved in disputes over Architectural Review Committee compliance, including fence issues, landscaping issues, issues with objects on porches, and others issues related to homeowners’ use and enjoyment of ...
  • Various Lien Challenge Actions
    Homeowners Association / Condominium
    Skipper Law has handled many cases called lien challenge actions whereby we file lawsuits on behalf of homeowners challenging their Association’s right to place a lien on their property. These claims are unique, are rarely litigated and require ...
  • Various Neighbor Disputes
    Homeowners Association / Condominium
    Skipper Law regularly represents property owners in disputes with their neighbors in associations, including when a property owner’s use and quiet enjoyment of the property is affected.
  • Vincent June, Jr. v. E. Thomasson
    Appeals
    When municipality improperly attempted to appeal mid-case, Skipper Law successfully obtained a court order striking the Fourth Circuit appeal, sending the matter back for trial in federal court
  • Visicore v. Cheeks
    Contract and Business Law
    Successfully litigated a mulit-day trial arising over a promissory note dispute between former business partners in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court. Judge Crooks awarded our client the full amount of the promissory note and reasonable attorneys’ fe ...