The First Step In A Birth Injury Or Medical Malpractice Case

  What is the first step in a birth injury or medical malpractice case? Because this can be a new experience for many parents and families, things can get overwhelming fast. From “what’s wrong with my baby” to “will I be able to ever work again,” questions will...

Can’t Get A Medical Malpractice Attorney To Take Your Case?

  Can’t get a medical malpractice attorney to take your case? In other words, are you being turned away by medical malpractice attorneys because, in their words, you do not have a “traumatic” injury? In this context, we are using traumatic to mean a “high value”...

If The Doctor Did Not Bill You Is This Proof Of Medical Malpractice In Maryland?

  From time to time we get phone calls in which the person on the other end is convinced medical malpractice occurred to them because either the doctor or hospital did not bill them, or severely reduced their bill. So, if the doctor did not bill you is this proof...

How No Autopsy Might Hurt A Wrongful Death Case In Maryland…

  How no autopsy might hurt a wrongful death case in Maryland. This article is important because in some cases, individuals will contact us regarding a suspicious death at a hospital, or other medical facility, and inform us that there was no autopsy performed....

Help With The Jury Selection Process In Maryland

  The jury selection process differs from state to state and in some states county by county. However, many judges follow similar local rules for selecting jurors. In this Maryland medical malpractice educational video we will discuss help with the jury selection...

The Doctor Has Insurance In Your Medical Malpractice Case Can You Tell Jury?

  The doctor has insurance in your medical malpractice case, can you tell the jury this fact in Maryland? This is a question that comes up from time to time because some plaintiffs conclude that because the doctor is not going to pay the verdict out of their own...

A Benefit Of Settling Your Medical Malpractice Case

  In some cases, a medical malpractice case may not be resolved with a jury or fact finder, but through settlement. When this occurs, a benefit of settling your medical malpractice case might be on the minds of the plaintiff, or the person bringing the case....

Because Waiting Too Long Can Destroy Your Medical Malpractice Case

  Do you have essentially forever to bring your Maryland medical malpractice case? Maryland law can be quite brutal on this subject because waiting too long can destroy your medical malpractice case. You will be surprised how many people who contact us are...