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Results Matter at Gilman & Bedigian – Successful Trial Lawyers

Personal injury cases, medical malpractice cases, and automobile accident cases can quickly become very expensive for the injured victim. Medical expenses and bills add up fast. Not being able to work for weeks or months can be costly. Suddenly, you're deep in debt and unsure about your future.

Other lawyers may shy away from personal injury claims as these cases are complex and very expensive to handle. Your lawyer needs to advance substantial time and money for the litigation and case file. Medical records need to be acquired. Various experts and professionals need to be consulted to evaluate the medical records and other evidence. Depositions need to be taken of your doctors and all witnesses to the occurrence. You will need a law firm that is both experienced in handling these types of cases as well as having the financial ability to build the strongest case on your behalf and to rebut the insurance companies defenses to your case.

A skilled trial lawyer can make things right. If someone else's careless behavior caused your injury, you shouldn't have to suffer and pay for their mistakes. At Gilman & Bedigian, we hold irresponsible people accountable for their actions.

Large verdicts, important cases, proven track record. Demand justice now.

Our lawyers have a proven track record of obtaining some of the largest verdicts in the Baltimore-Washington DC area as well as throughout Maryland and Pennsylvania. In 2012, Attorney H. Briggs Bedigian was the lead attorney on two record-setting Baltimore medical malpractice cases that resulted in verdicts of $55 million and $21 million. In the last five years, Briggs has tried and won more medical malpractice trials than any other lawyer in the Baltimore-Washington DC area. Briggs' record resulted in him being named Maryland Trial Lawyer of the Year 2012 by the Maryland Association of Justice (MAJ).

Results count at Gilman & Bedigian – but people matter more. Contact us today and schedule a free case evaluation. Call 800-529-6162. And best of all, you pay us nothing if you don't win. That's because we work on a contingency fee basis. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain.

We want to help you make things right.

Below are some of Briggs' recent notable verdicts.

JURY VERDICT CASE
$55,000,000 Medical Malpractice – Martinez v. Johns Hopkins Hospital
$21,000,000 Medical Malpractice – Norfleet v. Harbor Hospital
$5,360,000 Medical Malpractice – Berger v.Chucker, M.D.
$4,200,000 Medical Malpractice – Richard and Gail Dallatezza v. Charles L. Schnee,
M.D. and Hennessy, Shuey, & Schnee, Chartered
$4,000,000 Wrongful death – Drowning – Freed v. D.R.D. Pool Services
$3,500,000 Medical Malpractice – Gomez v. University of Maryland Medical System
$3,000,000 Birth-Injury – Uriah Evans, et. al. v. University of Maryland Medical
Systems Corporation
$2,500,000 Medical Malpractice – Williams v. Hemphill
$1,800,000 Medical Malpractice – Sheldon v. University of Maryland Hospital
$1,400,000 Medical Malpractice – Buttion v. Johns Hopkins Hospital
$1,400,000 Medical Malpractice – Campbell v. Qureshi, M.D.
$1,200,000 Fraud – Cator v. Ardin Logistics
$1,000,000 Medical Malpractice – Pittman v. Mid Atlantic Cardiology
$675,000 Medical Malpractice – Smith v. Greater Baltimore Medical Center
$450,000 Medical Malpractice – Scriber v. Lima
$2,600,000 Medical Malpractice - Sobo, et al. v. Vincent D. Hayes, M.D., et al.

DISCLAIMER: These case results do not constitute a guarantee, warranty, or prediction regarding the outcome of your legal matter..

  • Harford County Car Accident Results in $120,000 Victory

    Jury awards Plaintiff, Rachel Johnson, damages for past medical expenses in amount of $30,790.67 and non-economic damages in amount of $120,000.00. Counsel stipulated to cap of $100,000.00. In Rachel Johnson's case, we fought hard again for a victim of personal injury. In Rachel's case, we had ... Read On

  • Maryland Transit Administration Bus Accident Victim Wins $170,000 At Trial

    January 2017

    In the end, the Maryland Transit Administration had to pay the whole $170,000.00 that our client was awarded at trial, plus interest for the time that the MTA refused to pay (this is called post-judgment interest). Read On

  • Baltimore Auto Accident Jury Verdict Against State Farm

    May 2017

    Here is an example of a case that our law firm took to trial in Baltimore in May of 2017 because State Farm Insurance refused to pay our clients anything after a rear end collision. Instead, the insurance company denied that its policy holder was responsible, and therefore that it was responsible for paying the claim. Read On

  • Sobo, et al. v. Vincent D. Hayes, M.D., et al.

    On December 10, 2015, a Montgomery County jury rendered a verdict against an emergency room physician, Vincent D. Hayes, M.D., and his employer, Emergency Medicine Associates, P.A., in a case involving the failure to recognize and treat an upper urinary tract infection that progressed to sepsis. ... Read On

  • Gomez v. University of Maryland Medical Systems

    While a patient was under the care of his medical providers, he developed a bacterial infection at the site of his catheter because the catheter was not properly maintained by his doctors. Once the infection developed, the doctors overlooked the obvious signs of the infection. The patient develop... Read On

  • Evans v. University of Maryland Medical System

    September 2014

    The University of Maryland Medical System was ordered by a Baltimore City jury verdict to pay $3 million for committing medical malpractice during the delivery of a baby girl.  On September 5, 2014, after a two-week trial, the verdict was rendered in the Plaintiff's favor.  The obstetricians acte... Read On

  • Berger v. Chucker, M.D.

    June 2012

    Mr. Berger developed colon cancer and died because his doctor negligently failed to order timely cancer screening during the course of 16 years. Dr. Chucker failed to perform proper colon cancer screening as laid out in guidelines from national health organizations. Instead, Dr. Chucker only did ... Read On

  • Pittman v. Mid Atlantic Cardiology

    May 2009

    On May 22, 2009, Ms. Pittman died during a routine cardiac catheterization due to a deadly allergic reaction, as a result of her doctors' negligence. Ms. Pittman's doctors failed to provide appropriate clinical and diagnostic studies prior to her surgery that would have revealed Ms. Pittman's all... Read On

  • Sheldon v. University of Maryland Hospital

    September 2007

    On September 27, 2007, after an ankle injury from a fall off a ladder, Mr. Sheldon was flown by helicopter to Shock Trauma at the University of Maryland. After surgery to repair his broken ankle, and during his post-operative recovery, Mr. Sheldon developed an infectious disease at the site wound... Read On

  • Scriber v. Lima

    November 2007

    On November 21, 2007, Mr. Scriber died as a result of negligent management of his post-operative care following hip replacement surgery. Following surgery, Mr. Scriber was placed on anti-coagulation therapy to prevent blood clotting, which was required by the standards of care. His doctors acted ... Read On

  • Largest Medical Malpractice Verdict In Baltimore: $55 Million Dollar Medical Malpractice Verdict Against Johns Hopkins Hospital

    On March 26, 2010, the mother of baby Martinez was in labor and taken by ambulance to Johns Hopkins Hospital. Upon examination by her doctors, obvious signs of fetal distress were displayed that required an emergency cesarean delivery, but were ignored.  Her doctors failed to timely intervene, by... Read On

  • Norfleet v. Harbor Hospital

    September 2002

    On September 6, 2002, Ms. Norfleet was admitted into MedStar Harbor Hospital, when she was 32 weeks pregnant due to both mom and baby having high blood pressure. As a result, her doctor induced labor. During labor, the baby's oxygen levels plunged dangerously, which required a prompt cesarean del... Read On

  • Baltimore Man Paralyzed by Neurosurgeon Awarded $4.24 Million in Medical Malpractice Case

    A Maryland jury decided that neurosurgeon, Charles L. Schnee, M.D. and Hennessy, Shuey, & Schnee, Chartered committed malpractice by negligently managing a patient's post-operative care following surgery, which left 64-year old Richard Dallatezza a paraplegic.  Charles L. Schnee, M.D. and He... Read On

  • Jury Awards $2.6 Million in Medical Malpractice Case

    December 2015

    On December 10, 2015, a Montgomery County jury rendered a verdict against an emergency room physician, Vincent D. Hayes, M.D., and his employer, Emergency Medicine Associates, P.A., in a case involving the failure to recognize and treat an upper urinary tract infection that progressed to sepsis. ... Read On

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