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Recent Articles

What Are the After-Effects of a Transient Ischemic Attack (TIA) in Maryland?

Transient ischemic attacks (TIAs) can be incredibly damaging. Unfortunately, the after-effects are often misdiagnosed in Maryland patients. Because of this, it’s important for Maryland residents to learn how to identify the after-effects of a TIA and what to do if they are misdiagnosed. The after-effects of a TIA are similar to the aftermath of a […]

Who Are Strokes Most Often Misdiagnosed in in Maryland?

Strokes can be incredibly debilitating, forever altering a person’s quality of life. Unfortunately, Maryland doctors may misdiagnose patients, especially individuals of a specific gender, ethnicity, or age, failing to catch a stroke before it occurs. In Maryland and across the country, early signs of strokes are often misdiagnosed most in women, minorities, and those under […]

What is Strict Liability in A Maryland Personal Injury Case?

In most Maryland personal injury cases, an injured party must show that they were injured because of another’s negligence.  In proving negligence, the plaintiff must show that the defendant breached a duty of care.  In other cases, strict liability rules apply. In a strict liability case in Maryland, the plaintiff does not need to prove […]

Can You File a Lawsuit if Your Infant Has Necrotizing Enterocolitis (NEC)?

Necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC) is a devastating disease that occurs in infants. The symptoms of NEC are often severe and sometimes fatal. Some infants have developed NEC because they ingested baby formula based with cow’s milk. Fortunately, many parents of children who developed necrotizing enterocolitis can sue for their child’s injuries. Products liability is a field […]

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