Tag Archives: baltimore city circuit court

Psychiatric patient’s suit against ER revived on appeal

A psychiatric patient who was badly injured when he walked out of an emergency room and jumped from a nearby bridge can sue the hospital for allegedly failing to keep sufficient tabs on him, the Court of Special Appeals has held.

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Opinions – 6/27/13: Maryland Court of Special Appeals

Civil Procedure Statute of Repose  BOTTOM LINE: Plaintiff’s asbestos-related claims were barred by the Statute of Repose because defendant was not in actual possession and control of the property where plaintiff worked when the injury occurred. CASE: Burns v. Bechtel ...

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Woman awarded $620K med-mal verdict after neck injury

A Baltimore City Circuit Court jury has awarded $620,000 to Roshell Blue of Baltimore as a result of two herniated discs in her neck — an injury that she said occurred during a spinal tap at the emergency room at University of Maryland Medical Center in 2007.

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