Who Can Sue for a Birth Injury and What are the Time Limitations?

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An individual’s ability to bring a lawsuit before a court is known as “standing.” It requires that you have a significant connection to the harm that has been caused to give rise to the legal right to seek compensation. The unique circumstances of a birth injury case can make the issue of who has the legal … Continued

Hospital Discharge Presents Dangers for Patients

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After a stay in the hospital, the discharge process is usually a welcome event. For most, it means a return to familiar and comfortable surroundings. But in some circumstances, a patient’s discharge represents the beginning of more pain and could even result in death. If you or a loved one was injured due to a … Continued

Medical Malpractice Statistics and Steps for Prevention

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When you trust your health to a medical professional, you expect that your care will be handled competently and completely. Yet, every year thousands of patients receive care that falls short of these expectations. According to a report by TrueCostOfHealthcare.net, about 8,900 medical malpractice claims were paid in 2014, accounting for payouts in excess of … Continued

Partner Spotlight: Attorney Jonathan Schochor

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For decades, Jonathan Schochor has been a trusted member of the legal and local community in the greater Baltimore area. Since his early days at the American University School of Law, where he was Associate Editor in Chief of the Law Review, Schochor has demonstrated a passion for legal justice and a dedication to tackling … Continued