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Group of Maryland doctors accused of medical malpractice

It is typically assumed that the primary duty of doctors is to help patients to the best of their ability, so it is not surprising that most people place significant trust in their doctor's opinions and suggestions. In most cases, this trust is earned; medical professionals of all types are regularly knowledgeable, well trained and focused on the welfare of patients. However, there are scenarios when this trust is betrayed and a doctor makes a medical error that harms the patient. This appears to be the situation in a string of medical malpractice lawsuits recently brought against doctors at St. Joseph Medical Center in Maryland.

Truck crash leaves one in hospital

It will come as no surprise to Maryland readers that driving can be a dangerous activity. Small moments of driver's negligence can translate into a dangerous moment which threatens the safety of all those on the road. Most of these moments pass without incident, but not all of them. Sometimes, unfortunately, a drivers' behavior can cause an accident which can involve and potentially injure other drivers.

Medically unfit pose threat on roadways

Many Maryland residents may not like to think about it, but driving a car is likely one of the more dangerous activities an individual does on a daily basis. Auto accidents happen every day, and in many cases, result in serious injury or even death for those involved. Car accidents are the result of negligent or reckless driving, and sometimes they're caused by a simple unintended error. But a recent report from Canadian doctors focuses on a different cause of car accidents: drivers who are medically unfit to driver.

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