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Baltimore County Jury Awards $500,000 to Plaintiff in Medical Malpractice Case

On January 11, 2012 the Plaintiff was admitted to St. Joseph's Medical Center for surgery, and stayed at the hospital for several days to recover. Plaintiff claimed that during his stay at the hospital, nurses at St. Joseph's Medical Center did not turn and reposition the Plaintiff to relieve pressure on his skin. By the time the Plaintiff was discharged, he had developed a severe pressure injury, or bed sore, on his back side. 

Maryland nursing home falls and resulting injuries

As discussed previously in this blog, serious injuries can be suffered when a traumatic accident occurs suddenly, such as a car accident that brings a high amount of force and energy. However, it is not necessary for these extreme events to occur before Marylanders suffers a serious personal injury.

Awake during surgery? The horrors of anesthesia awareness

Going into surgery can be a scary and anxious event for Baltimore residents. While patients place their trust in the medical professionals who are treating them, they often cannot help but think of the possibilities of what could go wrong during the surgery. These complications may be rare, but they do happen from time to time.

What can cause medication errors?

When Baltimore residents are ill or in need of medical treatment, they rely heavily on their doctors and other care providers. One important tool used by medical providers to address a patient's symptoms is the use of medications, which can be used to treat any number of ailments.

Causation often at the heart of medical malpractice cases

When Baltimore residents disagree about how something happened, it can be difficult to get to the truth of the matter. This is particularly true when it is a "he-said, she-said" situation, as there may be little other proof to determine what really happened.

How does an injured patient show the doctor made a mistake?

Every Baltimore resident makes mistakes from time to time, as nobody is perfect. Most times, these mistakes are relatively minor and easy to correct, so the person can simply learn from the mistake and try not to repeat it in the future. In other circumstances, however, a person's mistakes can result in serious harm to others, such as with a case of medical malpractice.

Drawing the line of negligence in a medical malpractice case

At one point or another, nearly every Baltimore resident has likely endured a situation where they received bad customer service or were dissatisfied with a business. Fortunately, these occasions are often relatively minor in scope, as they do not involve physical harm to anyone.

Put our skills to work in a medical malpractice case

When you seek the care and advice of a doctor or medical professional, you rely on their education, experience and expertise to explain your situation, arrive at a proper diagnosis and provide standard care. Unfortunately, this is not always how the situation works because sometimes medical facilities are understaffed, caseloads are too heavy or the medical professionals are inexperienced or negligent.

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