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    Medical malpractice occurs whenever a doctor, hospital, nurse, or other medical professional fails to provide a patient with adequate care. The results of this type of negligence can be devastating and leave patients feeling like they have nowhere to turn. The Snyder Law Group, LLC understand the needs and the heavy burden of proof clients must endure in order for their case to succeed. Our firm has experienced medical malpractice lawyers that can help make the difference to your case.

    Why are We Right For Your Case?

    • Unparalleled preparation for each case
    • Hundreds of millions in verdicts and settlements on behalf of our clients*
    • Experienced medical malpractice attorneys
    • Award-winning counsel and representation

    What Qualifies as Medical Malpractice?

    The key factors that span all medical malpractice cases include a doctor-patient relationship, a violation of the accepted standards of care, and an injury caused as a result. Several different incidents can be considered medical malpractice.

    • Surgical Injuries
    • Failure to Diagnose
    • Nursing Home Abuse
    • Hospital and Nurse Negligence
    • Failure to Properly Read/Interpret Radiological Films

    If you have suffered harm as the result of insufficient or inappropriate treatment for a medical condition or disease, the Snyder Law Group, LLC is just a phone call away. Our firm is ready to provide you with the counsel you need. A sample medical malpractice trial is available for review if you would like to learn more about what you should expect in a case.

    Do Statutes Of Limitations for Medical Malpractice Claims Exist?

    Each state can have unique statutes of limitations for medical negligence and malpractice claims. According to Maryland Courts and Judicial Proceedings § 5-109, a claim must be filed either (a) 5 years from the time of injury; or, (b) within 3 years following the date the injury was discovered. For a minor, the statute of limitations is different. Usually, if someone is injured while under the age of 18, they can file a lawsuit up until their 21st birthday. This is a general guideline and there are always expectations, so consult a legal professional when making decisions about your case.

    What Type of Compensation Could I Obtain?

    It is the personal injury lawyer’s goal to help the hurt client become “whole” again. However, the physical and emotional hardship caused by medical negligence is often impossible to undo. Based on the case, injured parties in a medical malpractice lawsuit could reclaim damages for lost wages, medical expenses, pain and suffering, and other accident-related costs. Family members who have lost a loved one to wrongful death can recoup funds for funeral costs and loss of consortium. Further, dependents of the deceased may be eligible for financial compensation to cover the foregone financial support.

    Call 410-THE-FIRM (843-3476) For a Free Case Evaluation

    The Snyder Law Group, LLC proudly represents clients throughout Maryland and Washington, D.C. Our experienced attorneys understand the frustration that comes with an insurance company, medical professional, or other party that refuses to accept liability for negligent or reckless behavior. You can take heart in knowing there are talented and experienced lawyers ready to work for you.

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