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Plaintiff Allowed Extension to Meet Procedural Requirements in Maryland Medical Malpractice Case

The procedures for bringing a Maryland medical malpractice action can be complicated in some cases.  In a June 28, 2018 decision, the Court of Special Appeals of Maryland considered whether the plaintiff could pursue a claim against his  doctor and … Continue reading

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Explaining Medical Mistakes Can Reduce Maryland Medical Professionals’ Liability

Careless communication or miscommunication between medical professionals can lead to serious medical injuries. If you or a loved one suffered harm due to a physician communication error, we urge you to contact a skilled Baltimore medical malpractice attorney who can … Continue reading

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Department Store Customer Injured in Escalator Accident Pursues Maryland Negligence Claim

In some Maryland negligence cases, it is difficult to determine exactly how the victim’s personal injury occurred.  Legal recourse may nevertheless be possible under the doctrine of res ipsa loquitur if the jury could infer that negligence on the part … Continue reading

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Johns Hopkins Evades Maryland Woman’s Medical Malpractice Claim Over Misdiagnosis of Rare Disease

A misdiagnosis can have severe and long-term consequences for a patient. If you have been hurt because a medical professional misdiagnosed your condition, you may be able to seek compensation for your harm. At Arfaa Law Group, our diligent Baltimore … Continue reading

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Maryland top court issues lengthy split opinions on application of Eighth Amendment limits on juve life sentences

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