Many Maryland residents deal with unreliable or plain negligent landlords on a regular basis; and for those unfortunate souls, it is best to chronicle all of the wrongful actions of your landlord. Keeping such a record of improprieties can greatly bolster any premises liability case you may have to make due to poor or unsafe living conditions that the landlord could have (and should have) repaired.
Sometimes in life miracles do happen, rare as they are even in Maryland. In what might be considered a case of medical malpractice and misdiagnosis of a medical condition, one mother and father got the surprise of their lives when they went to the morgue to see their stillborn daughter one last time to say goodbye and discovered she was not dead. Doctors had informed the couple their newborn baby was still born and had no vital signs at birth.
Inherited heart defects are among the most common type of defects infants can have at birth. It might surprise many people to know that there are steps that expectant Maryland mothers can take to prevent some forms of defects, or at least reduce the chance that a newborn will suffer extended long-term effects because of the problem.
Obstetricians go through a lot to get their license to practice professionally. They also tend to earn a lot of money as a result of their special training. But attorneys in Maryland with experience in birth injury law know that's no guarantee that mistakes won't occur during the delivery of a newborn. Babies who suffer trauma during birth may live with the damage for their entire lives, as will their families.
In this day and age, many women rely on birth control as a part of their everyday health regimens. The major reason to take "the pill" is to avoid unwanted pregnancy. Of course, there are other benefits to taking the pill for some as well.