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Maryland lags most of the nation in inspecting high-priority nursing home complaints — a problem past administrations have promised to fix, but that continues to vex state health officials — a federal inspector general has found.
Two months after the crash, the driver learned the city would pay him about $2,400 for the crash. But that money won’t come in time to get his vehicle out of the tow yard.
The U.S. Department of Justice won't bring federal charges against six police officers involved in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray, a young black man whose death touched off weeks of protests and unrest in Baltimore.
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The X-Lite guard rail system, found on many Maryland highways, has been removed from other state's roads due to deaths resulting from impacts. The Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA) estimates 1,635 of them are in use.
A federal judge is allowing key parts of a lawsuit against Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby, brought by five of the six police officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray, to move forward.
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Attorneys: Lawsuits against Baltimore prosecutor lack merit Source: ABC 2 News – WMAR BALTIMORE (AP) – Lawyers for Baltimore’s top prosecutor say lawsuits filed against her by five of the officers charged in the death...
A hearing will determine whether Alex Brizzi was of "sound mind" at the time of April 28 at FOX 45 studios in Baltimore.
Researchers: Medical Errors Now Third Leading Cause Of Death In US Source: Washington Post Nightmare stories of nurses giving potent drugs meant for one patient to another and surgeons removing the wrong body parts have dominated...
When Bad Doctors Happen to Good Patients Source: The New York Times, Thomas Moore and Steve Cohen ONLY in Albany can a bill pass the Assembly with overwhelming bipartisan support, be sponsored by a majority...
Family alleges negligence at ManorCare in Catonsville Source: The Baltimore Sun, Alison Knezevich The family of an 85-year-old woman who died last year has sued a Catonsville nursing home, saying video shot by her daughter-in-law shows...
David Ellin Discusses The Legal Implications Of Medical Misdiagnosis
Pa. Man Charged In Woman’s Fatal Butt Injection In D.C. Area “I would have serious reservations about how sterile the motel was where these injections were given,” said malpractice attorney David Ellin. CBSBaltimore.com UPPER MARLBORO,...
Mother of 2 Suffers Miscarriage, Slips into Coma: GBMC, Hopkins Face $28M Lawsuit David Ellin and Julia Arfaa are attorneys representing family. FOXBaltimore.com A trip to the ER for what appeared to be morning sickness...
Congressman Andy Harris’ Office Issues Subpoenas Baltimore Attorney David Ellin Discusses On FOX 45 News FOXBaltimore.com Four months after a FIRST ON FOX investigation revealed the Inspector General was collecting information on the workings of the...
Maryland hospitals aren’t reporting all errors and complications, experts say As state tries to improve reporting of hospital adverse events, level of patient harm unclear. By Meredith Cohn, The Baltimore Sun Nadege Neim won a $1.4...
After Small Crash, A Long, Costly Court Battle By Craig R. McCoy, Inquirer Staff Writer It was a nasty car crash, but not an extraordinary one. Sherri Berg’s Jeep Grand Cherokee was hit hard by...
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What Surgeons Leave Behind Costs Some Patients Peter Eisler, USA TODAY More than a dozen times a day, doctors sew up patients with sponges and other supplies mistakenly left inside. The mistake costs some victims...
Woman Dies After Lack Of Appropriate Medical Attention In Central Booking Fox Baltimore A woman who was charged with animal cruelty in Baltimore has died of liver disease and her attorney says her health deteriorated...