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Mar 29, 2015

Doctors in Maryland Would Like to Deliver Babies with Immunity From Suit, Even if They are Negligent

By |Mar 29, 2015|Birth Injuries, Medical Malpractice, News, Our Firm, Safety|0 Comments

The Maryland Legislature is currently considering House Bill 553, which would create the “No-Fault Injured Baby Fund” which takes away the right to sue a doctor that negligently injured a baby that suffered a neurological injury while it was being born in exchange for a system of compensation meant to compensate the infant for […]

Mar 26, 2015

Drivers Should be Wary of Construction on I-95 in Baltimore

By |Mar 26, 2015|Auto Accidents, News, Safety|0 Comments

No one would deny that I-95 in Baltimore needs some work; aging and broken drainage troughs and concrete need to be replaced, and there are structural repairs to be made. For the next two years, however, drivers must be on their guard while navigating through the work zones, as new dangers can arise in […]

Mar 24, 2015

Horrific Multi-Car Collision on Route 50 Leads to Three Tragic Deaths

By |Mar 24, 2015|Uncategorized|0 Comments

On Saturday, my wife, Tanique and I were traveling from our home in Howard County to spend the afternoon in Annapolis. We were making good time with little traffic on Route 97. Just before reaching Route 50 in Annapolis, traffic came to an almost complete stop. Ambulances rushed by us, police cars were everywhere […]

Mar 20, 2015

Maryland Senate Passes Punitive Damages Bill for Drunk Driving

By |Mar 20, 2015|New Laws, Our Firm|0 Comments

Maryland House to vote next on the bill
The Maryland Senate has passed a bill, by a margin of 46-0, allowing victims of injuries caused by a drunk driver to seek punitive damages from the drunk driver. The bill will now be voted on by the House. This bill is very important as it will […]

Mar 19, 2015

Johnson & Johnson Loses $5.7 Million Pelvic Mesh Verdict

By |Mar 19, 2015|Medical Malpractice, Products Liability, Safety|0 Comments

We recently discussed that C.R. Bard had begun settlement talks with the plaintiffs in the several thousand lawsuits filed against the company over side effects from their pelvic mesh. On March 5, 2015, Johnson & Johnson became the latest pharmaceutical company to be found liable for a defective product in a lawsuit against them […]

Mar 16, 2015

Harvard Releases Study into Patient Perception of Medical Malpractice

By |Mar 16, 2015|Medical Malpractice, News|0 Comments

A new report by the Harvard School of Public Health into how the public perceives medical malpractice has been released. Researchers polled 1,224 adults in December of 2014 about six different issues:

What have been Massachusetts residents’ real-life experiences with patient safety/medical error issues over the past five years?
Did patients who experienced a medical error […]

Mar 13, 2015

C.R. Bard, Inc. Looks to Settle Thousands of Pelvic Mesh Lawsuits

By |Mar 13, 2015|Class Action Lawsuits, Liability, News, Products Liability, Safety|0 Comments

The medical device manufacturer C.R. Bard, Inc. faces more than 14,000 lawsuits around the country from women who have suffered because of defective pelvis mesh implants. U.S. District Judge Joseph Goodwin has appointed an attorney to “’to facilitate settlement discussions’ between plaintiffs’ attorneys and Bard,” which might allow all parties to avoid litigation.

C.R. Bard […]

Mar 10, 2015

Medicare Cracking Down on “Pill Mill” Doctors

By |Mar 10, 2015|Medical Malpractice, News, Safety|0 Comments

Doctors who over-prescribe narcotic painkillers contribute to the severe opiate addiction problem facing America, and put patient’s lives at risk. Despite the known dangers of over-prescribing, Medicare’s coverage of these drugs has actually increased. ProPublica, a non-profit organization of investigative journalists, has discovered that Medicare “covered nearly 27 million prescriptions for powerful narcotic painkillers […]

Mar 6, 2015

Has the Law for Dog Bites in Maryland Really Changed?

By |Mar 6, 2015|Dog Bites and Animal Attacks, Liability, Personal Injury, Safety|0 Comments

In recent years Maryland law has undergone changes in the laws that hold dog owners responsible when their dog attacks someone. Prior to a landmark Court of Appeals case in 2012, Tracy v. Soleskey, the law was unofficially known as the “one bite rule” because it was said a dog got one free bite […]

Mar 4, 2015

Why Seeking the Help of a Personal Injury Lawyer After a Car Accident is the Right Move

By |Mar 4, 2015|Auto Accidents, Personal Injury, Safety, Uncategorized|0 Comments

If you wanted to purchase a home or buy a new car, you would probably seek the advice of a realtor or a mechanic about your purchase. And if the home you purchased caved in, or the car you purchased turned out to be a lemon, you would probably seek the advice of a […]

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