A Prescription for Disaster?

Plaintiffs’ medical malpractice cases concerning prescription instructions are not always as strong as they appear at first. If you do a little exploration, you may find that what seems to be a prescription for disaster could turn out to be … Read more

An Increased “Cap?” No way!

Beware of plaintiffs who try to raise the “homerun” number in medical malpractice wrongful death cases… For example, consider the wrongful death lawsuit recently filed against our client, Dr. Dogooder, by the only daughter of an 84-year-old widow, Mrs. Doe, who died … Read more

Trial outside the courtroom…

“I just can’t get through a 2-week medical malpractice trial in Baltimore City,”explained Dr. Smith, the almost-retired defendant doctor, busy caring for his ill spouse.  “I just don’t have the emotional wherewithal to handle a long trial!” What now?  Dr. … Read more