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Birth Injury Medical Malpractice Claims In Baltimore

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It can be upsetting and stressful for families who face a health emergency. While childbirth is part of daily life in many hospitals, the common procedure still relies on everyone on the healthcare team performing well. If there is negligent behavior or a reckless decision is made, birth injuries can result. Sometimes mistakes are… Read More »

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Emergency Room Mistakes in Maryland

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Going to a hospital emergency room can stressful. Patients typically enter ER because they are injured or ill. Because of this, they often are feeling vulnerable. Sometimes this is heightened when individuals are coping with a trauma that resulted in the injury, from accidents to health emergencies. When you are in a vulnerable place,… Read More »

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Maryland Mother Seeks Medical Malpractice Claim Against U.S. Navy

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A Maryland mother would like to pursue a medical malpractice claim against the U.S. Navy after the death of her son, according to an article by WFMD. But long-standing legal precedence prevents members of the armed forces from pursuing medical malpractice claims related to military service. Back in December of 2017, the son was… Read More »

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Overview of Medical Malpractice Claims Under Maryland Law

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Medical malpractice is a cause of action available under Maryland civil law. Malpractice claims arise when there is negligence, and a patient suffers a medical injury. To qualify as medical malpractice under Maryland law, the injury must involve a health care provider as well. What is the Definition of a Health Care Provider? Maryland… Read More »

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Maryland Regent Dies in the Midst of Medical Malpractice Lawsuit

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An attorney who served on the University of Maryland Board of Regents died from cancer in the midst of a medical malpractice lawsuit, according to an article by WTOP. This attorney was only 39 years old at the time of her death after a prolonged battle with cancer that eventually claimed her life. This… Read More »

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Maryland Court Dismisses Medical Malpractice Claim Against Baltimore Paramedics

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Maryland’s highest court recently dismissed a claim involving medical malpractice and wrongful death against several paramedics, according to a decision by the Maryland Court of Appeals. These paramedics worked for the Baltimore City Fire Department (BCFD). In order to comprehend the significance of this decision, it will be necessary to review the factual background… Read More »

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When Does Maryland Require Qualified Expert Certificates for Medical Malpractice Claims?

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Under Maryland law, medical malpractice occurs when a medical professional deviates from usually accepted standards of care and injures a patient. This type of malpractice claim is only applicable if the medical professional’s actions were the proximate cause of the patient’s injury. Otherwise, the injured patient is unlikely to recover compensation in a medical… Read More »

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Maryland High Court Confirms One Satisfaction Rule in Medical Malpractice Case

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The Court of Appeals of Maryland confirmed that the One Satisfaction Rule prevented a victim from pursuing medical malpractice claims against both an insurance company and hospital at the same time. In this decision, Gallagher v. Mercy Medical Center Inc., the Court of Appeals reviewed and agreed with similar decisions from the lower courts…. Read More »

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Maryland Patient Receives $2 Million Award in Medical Malpractice Case

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A jury in Montgomery County decided there was a lack of informed consent in a medical malpractice case and awarded $2 million to an injured Maryland patient, according to an article by the Maryland Daily Record. Though the final award will likely decrease slightly due to the state cap on damages in medical malpractice… Read More »

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Does Direct-to-Consumer Telemedicine Have a Lower Risk of Medical Malpractice?

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A recent study determined that direct-to-consumer (DTC) telemedicine services have an extremely low likelihood of medical malpractice claims, according to an article by MD Magazine. In the medical context, DTC refers to retail companies that provide medications directly to patients, with or without a prescription. Titled, Reported Cases of Medical Malpractice in Direct-to-Consumer Telemedicine,… Read More »

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