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December 2016 Archives

Medical malpractice suit leads to $250K award

Individuals go to medical professionals in order to receive accurate diagnoses, quality care and to get better when they are ailing. Most of the time, the individual is healed. However, when it does not work out that way and medical malpractice occurs, the Maryland legal system is available to help to determine liability for injuries suffered as well as the resulting damages.

Recent Texas hit-and-run accident after street race leaves 1 dead

It's a person's worst nightmare: to be awoken by the sound of a police officer knocking at the door to break the news that one's spouse, parent or child is never coming home again. However, this is a tragic reality for countless individuals every year who lose loved ones to car accidents in Maryland. One such fatal hit-and-run accident recently occurred.

Woman awarded $1.2 million in medical malpractice suit

Sometimes, a Maryland resident may go in for a routine medical procedure, only to suffer complications and unforeseen side effects later. At other times, an individual may suffer what they feel to be unnecessary pain while in the care of a medical professional. Sometimes doctors fail to diagnose serious conditions. If any of the above are the case, medical malpractice may have occurred.

Recent Maryland car accident: 1 student killed in 2-car crash

When individuals are the victims of vehicle accidents, the effects may be life-altering and in some cases, fatal. The injuries suffered may result in those individuals not being able to work in the short term or even survive, in the event of a critical car accident. When a victim is involved in a fatal accident, loved ones may have legal recourse through a personal injury suit via the Maryland civil court system.

Parents awarded $1.1 million in medical malpractice suit

When injured or sick, individuals seek the expert advice and care of medical professionals. Most of the time, they are healed and continue on with their lives. However, it unfortunately does not always work out this way for some Maryland residents, whose conditions either deteriorate, are complicated or even receive further injury. Fortunately for these victims, the legal system has developed rules and procedures to help to determine who is liable for these sorts of injuries suffered -- this is known as medical malpractice.

Pedestrian seriously injured in car accident

When a car crash occurs in Maryland, the resulting damage may range from a minor fender bender to multi-vehicle pileups with serious injuries, or worse. However, when the car accident involves a pedestrian, the injuries suffered are often catastrophic. If a pedestrian is injured and decides to file a legal claim, these claims are governed by the law of negligence. This means that motorists must exercise reasonable care under the circumstances, and a failure to do so typically constitutes negligence.

Recent Maryland car accident: 2 seriously injured in collision

Traffic accidents can create a major impact on the physical, emotional and financial well-being of victims and their families. In addition to injuries suffered in a crash, a car accident victim may end up with significant medical bills, lost wages due to his or her inability to work, and other types of emotional and mental trauma. There are avenues for recourse for victims in the Maryland legal system of civil courts.

Woman suffers stroke after surgery, claims medical malpractice

When a patient in Maryland suffers a serious injury that resulted from the negligence of a health care professional, the victim has the right to pursue a medical malpractice claim against the party or parties believed responsible. Successfully navigated, this type of claim may result in a monetary judgment for damages sustained, which can help lessen some of the costs that are typically associated with these kinds of injuries. A recent out-of-state medical malpractice suit is underway after an experimental procedure allegedly caused a woman to suffer a stroke.

Man dies in recent Maryland car accident, woman facing charges

When Maryland residents are the victims of vehicular accidents, the effects may be life altering. The injuries suffered, whether temporary or permanent, may result in the victims suffering debilitating injuries and not being able to return to work ever again. In a serious car accident, the medical bills may become insurmountable -- particularly when an individual does not have sufficient health care coverage. Sadly, many tragedies result in a victim's death.

Mother and daughter bring medical malpractice suit against clinic

When injured or ill, Maryland residents often seek the help of doctors and other medical professionals in order to receive accurate diagnoses, high-quality care and treatment; unfortunately, it may not always work out the way that they had planned. Sometimes, further injury may be caused or other complications arise. However, the legal system has developed rules and procedures to help determine who is liable for injuries suffered while a patient is receiving medical care -- this is known as medical malpractice.

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