Personal Injury Law Blog
The Definition of Medical Malpractice
At its core, it can be deduced that medical malpractice is committed when a patient received inadequate care from a medical professional or organization. Whether it be a surgery that has gone awry, a diagnosis that is deemed to be inaccurate, or a prescription that is not appropriate for the situation at hand, the occurrence of medical malpractice stems from an action or failure to provide proper medical treatment.
Medical Malpractice Expert Witness 20% Rule
The rule generally precludes testimony in medical malpractice cases by experts who spend more than twenty percent of their time acting as expert witnesses. In Brown v. Falik & Karim, P.A., et al., the Court of Special Appeals decided the issue of “whether [Ms.] Brown’s expert witness, Dr. Sanford Davne was in compliance with the so-called ‘twenty-percent rule,’.
Maryland Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Coverage
If you have just been involved in a car accident, then you may have spoken with a lawyer that asked you how much “PIP” that you have under your auto insurance policy. If you are like a lot of people, you may have no idea what your lawyer is talking about. Do not feel alone.
Help! Insurance Will Not Buy A New Car!
If you have just been involved in an automobile accident, then your car was likely damaged or, worse, considered a total loss. If that is the case, then you might be simultaneously dealing with the stress of trying to get physically better at the same time that you are left without reliable transportation.
Personal Injury Protection (PIP) in Maryland
Many lawyers forget that an auto accident might be a clients first involvement with the legal system or insurance companies. If you find yourself as the victim of an automobile accident, you may have any number of questions. You may also be shocked about the things that you learn.
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