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5 of the Largest Medical Malpractice Verdicts of 2022

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Several record-breaking medical malpractice verdicts in 2022 compensated patients who suffered catastrophic, life-altering harm due to negligent healthcare providers. Here are five of the nation’s largest medical malpractice trial awards in 2022. Thapa v. St. Cloud Orthopedic Associates: $111 Million...

Maryland Attorney General Releases Report on Child Sexual Abuse in Catholic Church

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As a result of a four-year investigation into sexual abuse in the Catholic Church’s Archdiocese of Baltimore, Maryland Attorney General Anthony G. Brown released a report that details allegations of misconduct on the part of 156 clergy members and others...

$17.1 Million Dollar Medical Malpractice Verdict


Please join me in congratulating Katie Bertram and Allan Siegel on their $17.1 Million Dollar medical malpractice verdict against MedStar Washington Hospital Center on Wednesday, April 6, 2022. Defense attorneys Dan Costello and Tim Fisher defended MedStar Washington Hospital Center in...

Are Liability Waivers Enforceable in Virginia?

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If you were injured as a result of a medical professional’s careless error, you probably want to know what your options are for seeking financial recovery in a medical malpractice case. If you signed a liability waiver prior to your...

If My Child Was Misdiagnosed, Is That Pediatric Malpractice?

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When pediatricians misdiagnose or delay the diagnosis of a child’s illness or injury, the consequences for young patients can be severe or even fatal. However, misdiagnosis isn’t necessarily grounds for a medical malpractice lawsuit. For misdiagnosis to qualify as medical...

$10 million Verdict Reached in Medical Malpractice trial


A jury has returned a $10 million verdict against a defendant nephrologist in a medical malpractice case stemming from the death of a 63-year-old patient due to untreated acute kidney failure. The jury returned defense verdicts against two additional defendants:...

CDC Investigates Tuberculosis Outbreak Associated with Recalled Putty Used in Spinal Surgery

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is investigating a multi-state outbreak of tuberculosis in more than 100 spinal surgery patients who may have been exposed to TB bacteria through a contaminated bone repair putty. On June 2, the biotech...

Criminal Neglect at a Nursing Home for Military Veterans

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Of all the victims of the COVID-19 crisis across America, residents of congregate settings like nursing homes are one of the most vulnerable. Veterans’ facilities have been particularly hard hit, resulting in the nation’s first criminal indictments of two leaders...

‘Take Home’ COVID Lawsuits

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The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has created countless challenges for workers and businesses alike. Many businesses closed temporarily to protect their employees, while others had to find new ways to do business without placing workers or customers at risk. There are...

Coronavirus Transmission in Jails Like a Ticking Time Bomb

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The highly contagious COVID-19 virus has been spreading widely through correctional facilities in Washington, D.C. Facilities where many people live in close quarters and share common spaces are referred to as congregate housing. Prisons and jails are some of the...

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