Your Partner in Medical Malpractice and Administrative Defense

We are skilled litigators known for a vigorous approach to defending health care providers, medical institutions, and insureds. Using more than 200 years of collective knowledge and experience, we try cases throughout Maryland and Washington, D.C., relating to a wide range of medical-legal issues.

About Us

When dealing with medical malpractice and professional administrative defense issues, you need a partner you can trust. Waranch & Brown has been earning that trust in Maryland for more than 20 years. Our trial attorneys are dedicated to ensuring health care providers, state-wide hospital systems and national insurance carriers receive vigorous and efficient defenses of their legal disputes.

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Services

Medical Malpractice Defense

As medical malpractice defense attorneys, we have extensive experience defending health care professionals and hospitals and understand complex medical issues.

Licensure and Privileging

We represent health care providers in matters relating to licensure and credentialing, and regularly defend physicians, nurses, podiatrists and other health care providers in actions taken against them by professional Boards.

Clinical Trials and Research Studies

Our attorneys have over a decade of experience representing hospitals, research institutions and individual researchers/ physicians at every stage of the litigation process.

Civil Litigation

Waranch & Brown is regarded as one of Maryland's premier civil litigation defense firms, representing a wide range of individuals, insurers and corporations in virtually every type of personal and commercial litigation.

We defended a local orthopedic surgeon in a Baltimore County Circuit jury trial. Plaintiff alleged a failure to diagnose timely and appropriately treat a dislocated prosthesis with sciatic nerve involvement. On behalf of our physician client, we obtained a defense verdict.

Madhiraju v. Orthopedist, M.D.

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