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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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  • 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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