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Archives : Medical Malpractice

Why do Only Plaintiffs’ Lawyers Oppose Tort Reform

“Why is it that pretty much the only people on the planet who oppose tort reform… are plaintiff’s lawyers.” That was the question posed in a comment on another of my blogs – Injury Lawyer Database.  It was followed up by the lovely statement: “Sorry… it’s coming. Sack up.. get used to it. It’s time […]

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December 2016 Results from Warnken, LLC

Warnken, LLC Opens 421 Personal Injury Files in 2016 Baltimore injury firm ends 2016 strong, recovering $1,358,288.74 for the injured in December Warnken, LLC’s personal injury files broke down as follows: 377 Workers’ Compensation Cases 36 Personal Injury Cases (motor vehicle crashes or premises liability cases) 8 Medical Malpractice Cases Below are some of the […]

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119,024 Web Visitors Doesn’t Mean We’re Good Lawyers

Year to date, our four most highly trafficked sites have seen 119,024 web visitors seeking information about workers’ compensation, personal injury, appellate litigation, criminal law, medical malpractice, law enforcement, and other legal topics impacting individuals.  We have not gotten 119,024 new clients, but we have gotten quite a few – enough to keep five lawyers […]

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Is there a “Best” Lawyer?

People generally want to believe there is a “best” something.  How many times have you heard someone recommend a doctor saying, “Oh, you have to go to him.  He’s the best.”  What they really mean to say is he has the best reputation. Either they went to that doctor and didn’t go to any of […]

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POD’s and Misdiagnosis

A new concept has come across our desk, and it warrants discussion. Physician Owned Distributorships. What are PODs? Profit maximization in the healthcare industry is becoming more and more commonplace, and nothing exemplifies this more than the recent influx of physician owned medical device distributors (PODs). Since doctors can generate referrals that benefit the company […]

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Brief Filed in Martinez v. Johns Hopkins Hospital

Warnken, LLC filed the reply brief in Martinez v. Johns Hopkins Hospital, the Maryland cerebral palsy case from the Baltimore City Circuit Court.  The brief can be found here.

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Medical Malpractice Caps

There is an interesting article from the Legal Examiner out of Kansas City, MO.  The article discusses proposed legislation limiting access to the courts.  The article also highlights a few scenarios where injustice would certainly prevail.  Medical Malpractice Damage Caps and access to the courts is most certainly a Constitutional issue.  The article is full […]

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Warnken, LLC Helps Secure Med Mal Award

Byron L. Warnken, Esq. and James Nichols, Esq. served as counsel in the post-trial motions for Maryland’s largest ever medical malpractice verdict.  This week the Honorable Marcus Shar in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City, ruled largely in favor of the plaintiffs in Enzo Martinez, et al vs. Johns Hopkins Hospital, et al.  The jury’s […]

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