Maryland Lawsuit News and Information
Former patients of Dr. Mark Midei who received a coronary artery stent procedure at St. Joseph Medical Center in Towson, Maryland may have important legal rights. According to letters sent by the hospital to hundreds of patients, it appears that some patients received a stent when it may not have been needed. STATUS ST. JOSEPH […]
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At least 150 people were evacuated and 15 hospitalized after carbon monoxide gas filled a Bethesda, Maryland, apartment building this weekend.
A Maryland judge has overturned a jury verdict that would have given $1.7 million to the family of a man who died of bladder cancer after taking the diabetes drug Actos.
The number of children suffering from lead poisoning dropped again last year, according to a new report.
An investigation of an outbreak of strep infections linked to a liposuction spa revealed dirty equipment and unsanitary conditions, resulting in the closure of the spa.
A jury awarded $5.5 million to the daughter of a woman who bled to death after cardiac bypass surgery pacing wires were removed from her chest.
Carbon monoxide deaths in Maryland and North Carolina are under investigation
A ban on baby crib bumper pads went into effect in the state of Maryland on June 21, making it the first state to outlaw the devices, which critics say serve no purpose and put infant lives at risk.
A CSX freight train carrying hazardous chemicals derailed and exploded Tuesday night just outside of Baltimore, Maryland.
Monster Beverage Corp. is pushing back against allegations raised in a recent wrongful death lawsuit, which claimed that side effects of the energy drink caused the death of a 14-year-old Maryland girl.
Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore faces class action lawsuits filed on behalf of former patients of Dr. Nikita Levy, a gynecologist and obstetrician who allegedly photographed and videotaped patients with hidden cameras during examinations.
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