Below, we have attached a release that demonstrates what we have been advocating for years: that the insurance industry's cries of medical malpractice cases causing a "malpractice crisis" were in fact false and made up by the insurance industry. Trial… Read More
The continuing assaults on the civil justice system by the insurance industry and big business have instilled fear in the public: they state that plaintiff's lawsuits are the main reason for higher health care and as such, tort reform is necessary. Trial… Read More
For most people, going to the hospital entails a fair amount of stress, pain, and apprehension. Thus, when the caregivers violate the highest precept of their calling ("first, do no harm") hospital visits result in new, deeper pain.
A reputable Silver… Read More
Tuesday's Washington Post contained an article about Michelle Hereford, whose husband died from sepsis (where an infection spreads throughout the body) while being treated at the hospital. Ms. Hereford claims that the hospital ignored the signs and symptoms… Read More
If you have been injured as a result of medical malpractice at Doctor's Community Hospital in Maryland, you are not alone. The Washington Post reports that Doctors Community Hospital located in Lanham, Maryland was fined for not reporting medical errors… Read More
On Friday May 29, 2009 a Frederick County, Maryland jury awarded $3,900,000.00 ($3.9 Million Dollars) to a boy whose family proved that his cerebral palsy was the result of doctor negligence and medical malpractice.
The doctors apparently failed to properly… Read More
On April 20, 2009 the Circuit Court for Montgomery County, Maryland essentially ruled that Maryland's cap on non-economic damages in medical negligence cases does not exist for cases arising after January 1, 2005. By way of history, Maryland has had a… Read More
No doubt you have heard or read about medical malpractice. But, are you aware of such a thing called Maryland psychiatric medical malpractice? It is no laughing matter. In today's world, there are thousands of people who see psychiatrists to help deal… Read More
Well, if you are, read on. In 2007, it was estimated that more than 50 million surgeries were carried out in US. With such a huge number, it is not surprising that there were many surgical errors, including cases of Maryland medical malpractice. If you're… Read More
As you may know, Washington, DC heart disease is the number killer in the world today. Thousands of people have died due to sudden heart attacks. And there are millions of people suffering from heart attack problems.
But, if your heart problem was detected… Read More