Maryland Medical Malpractice Lawsuits Filed in May 2018

  1. Byroad v Montgomery General Hospital (filed May 1, 2018): A man developed an infection after undergoing a dialysis treatment. Because his physicians did not diagnose the infection in a timely manner, the man suffered a variety of painful complications.

  2. Blair v. Catonsville Commons (filed May 1, 2018): A nursing home resident suffered multiple falls, including one that fractured her hip. The woman's health substantially declined after her injury until she suffered an untimely death.

  3. Baker v. Overlea Health and Rehabilitation Center (filed May 2, 2018): A woman suffered a femur fracture when nursing home staff attempted to transfer her from a chair to her bed.

  4. McGill v. White Square Vascular Surgery (filed May 2, 2018): A man suffered a stroke following an unnecessary carotid artery surgery. As a result, the man is permanently disabled and requires around-the-clock care.

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