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  • Placental Abruption Birth Injuries in Maryland
    Placental Abruption Birth Injuries in Maryland

    Pregnant women face a number of risks before giving birth, and one of these is a placental abruption. Normally, the placenta separates after the baby is born and will pass through the birth canal on ...

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  • What to Know About Medical Malpractice Cases in Maryland
    What to Know About Medical Malpractice Cases in Maryland

    Medical mistakes can take on many forms; however, a mistake is not necessarily evidence of medical malpractice. To qualify as medical malpractice, the case must meet specific criteria. Medical ...

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  • Defective Medical Devices and Personal Injury Claims
    Defective Medical Devices and Personal Injury Claims

    The use of high-tech medical devices and products has clearly revolutionized medical care. However, when a device fails or is defective, it can cause serious injury, or even death in some cases. It is ...

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  • Medical Malpractice in Maryland
    Medical Malpractice in Maryland

    Getting into a serious accident and undergoing massive surgery or giving birth to a child with birth defects are traumatic experiences. What happens when a bad situation is compounded by a medical ...

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  • MD Senate to Review Cap for Noneconomic Damages Associated with Catastrophic Injuries
    MD Senate to Review Cap for Noneconomic Damages Associated with Catastrophic Injuries

    When someone has been injured by a medical professional, either due to the health care provider’s negligence or other wrongful conduct, the person has a cause of action to bring a civil case against ...

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  • Genetic Testing Could Lead to Misdiagnoses Due to Non-Diverse Genetic Databases
    Genetic Testing Could Lead to Misdiagnoses Due to Non-Diverse Genetic Databases

    A well-known adage has stated that knowledge is power. Many believe that the more he or she knows, the better the decisions can be made for how he or she lives life. This is especially true when it ...

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