Maryland Rule 2-327(c) provides that upon the request of one of the parties to a suit, the court may transfer a case to another circuit court if it determines that the transfer would result in a venue that was more convenient for the parties and witnesses and serves the interests of justice. In Odenton Dev. Co. v. Lamy,
Maryland Medical Malpractice Lawyer – Child Care Expenses Awarded for Healthy But Unplanned Baby After Tubal Ligation As a Maryland personal injury lawyer, I have had conversations with parents who thought they were done having children until they were surprised with news from their doctors that they they were expecting. The mothers had undergone a
The Daily Record reports that a Wicomico County Jury entered a judgment of $2.5 million in favor of the parents of a young woman who died of cancer after it determined that the general surgeon failed to properly diagnose the illness. An article on livescience reports that, misdiagnosis is one the leding causes onf medicla
In a 2010 case, the Court of Appeals heard from a father who had obtained a judgment for child support arrears against the mother, Ms. Rosemann. The father was trying to excute on a personal injury settlement Ms. Rosemann received for injuries suffered on a flight. The court held that under Md. Code Ann., Cts.
In December of 2013, A couple in Washington State was awarded $50 million dollars after a jury trial where they alleged that had their doctor told them that their five-year-old son would be born with a genetic defect, they would have aborted him.The child had “unbalanced chromosomal translocation” resulting in extra or missing genetic material. He cannot