Rosen and Montgomery: Dueling decisions on failure to admit

In two recent decisions, Williams v. Peninsula Regional and Crise v. Maryland General, separate panels of Maryland’s intermediate appellate court reached opposite conclusions, within three months of each other, in regard to a hospital’s potential liability for failing to admit an allegedly mentally ill patient who then suffers injury.

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