ER Physician Provider Hit With $9.5M Verdict For Injury

Law360, New York (November 27, 2013, 3:34 PM EST) -- A Maryland jury recently returned a $9.5 million verdict against a hospital’s emergency physician services provider that was found to have negligently delayed telling an infant girl’s parents about a bacterial infection, which caused her to develop cerebral palsy.

Prior to the Nov. 22 verdict, the jury had said that Maryland Provo-I Medical Services PC — which does business as EmCare Inc. and provided physicians to run the emergency room at Laurel Regional Hospital — breached its standard of care to Desirae Gregg by failing to...
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