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Amputee’s federal lawsuit against Prince George’s hospital moves forward

An Upper Marlboro man’s lawsuit under a federal anti-patient-dumping statute will proceed after a judge found claims that Prince George’s Hospital Center’s failure to perform surgery in a timely manner may have led to the amputations of the plaintiff’s legs. Terence Williams filed suit last year in Prince George's County Circuit Court alleging he was not ...

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