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  • Expert Testimony in Medical Malpractice Cases
    Expert Testimony in Medical Malpractice Cases

    Medical malpractice lawsuits are brought against doctors and other health care professionals when a patient injury arises from negligent medical care. In order to be successful and recover damages in ...

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  • Medical Malpractice Cases: Certificate of Merit Required
    Medical Malpractice Cases: Certificate of Merit Required

    In order to sue any board-certified health care provider in Maryland for medical malpractice, for any action filed on or after January 1, 2005, the plaintiff must obtain what is known as a certificate ...

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  • How do Medical Malpractice Cases Work in Maryland?
    How do Medical Malpractice Cases Work in Maryland?

    Medical malpractice claims in Maryland involve some of the most complex laws and rules. As modern medicine advances, the law regulating liability becomes even more complex. If you believe you have a ...

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  • What are Birth-Related Injuries in a Maryland Medical Malpractice Claim?
    What are Birth-Related Injuries in a Maryland Medical Malpractice Claim?

    Given the number of new babies that enter the world every day, it is not surprising that there are issues and complications when some babies are born. Not every pregnancy will go smoothly, and ...

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  • Medical Misdiagnosis: Can You Sue for Medical Malpractice in Maryland?
    Medical Misdiagnosis: Can You Sue for Medical Malpractice in Maryland?

    When a doctor misdiagnoses or fails to diagnose an illness or injury, it could lead to a medical malpractice lawsuit. On its own, misdiagnosis is not necessarily medical malpractice; even the most ...

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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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