Yes, I'm in Maryland, and it is unfortunately one of the 5 states left (as I've been told), that comparative fault does not even if found at a mere 1% negligent, then I would be entitled to no recovery whatsoever (which I think is extremely unfair, especially considering circumstances (i.e. what if it were a pregnant woman who fell as a result of the owner's negligence, but someone determined that she could have possibly avoided it, resulting in maybe a 1 or 2% "negligence" on her part although largely the fault of the property owner, and she lost the baby- absolutely no recovery/compensation for her loss). Shouldn't the property owner face ANY consequences? I would think such a law would enable business owners to not ensure their premises were safe whatsoever, to save them money, no matter what dangers lie for their customers.