With over three decades of medical malpractice trial experience and a history of taking these cases to trial and winning, there’s simply no better law firm to handle your case than The Valente Law Group of Maryland. We will front all costs associated with the litigation, and you will never pay any attorney’s fees or costs until we win your case.
We handle all medical malpractice cases
If you or a loved one are injured by the medical negligence of a doctor, hospital, nurse, or other healthcare providers, you have the right to seek compensation for your injuries and damages. At The Valente Law Group, we will diligently examine your claim and consult with our network of exceedingly qualified experts to assure that your claim is appropriately positioned for the maximum recovery you are due. We have decades of trial experience and successful proven history of taking these cases of medical negligence to trial and winning.
For example, Mr. Valente has had tremendous success litigating cases in Southern Maryland for women who have been injured during gynecological surgeries. In Prince George’s County, Mr. Valente obtained a verdict for a woman whose ureter was injured during a hysterectomy for 5.2 million dollars. In Calvert County, Mr. Valente obtained a verdict in the amount of 3.5 million dollars for a woman whose bowel was injured during a hysterectomy. This is the largest verdict in Calvert County history.
In addition to the vast success for women injured during gynecological surgeries, Mr. Valente has successfully handled many complex medical malpractice cases, resulting in millions of dollars for his clients in settlements and verdicts. These cases involved injuries or death resulting from, for example
- Morphine overdose;
- Brain damage to babies at birth;
- Complications from total knee replacements;
- Brachial plexus injuries to babies at birth;
- Failing to diagnose abdominal aortic aneurysms in a timely manner;
- Failing to diagnose cancer in a timely manner;
- Unrecognized injuries caused by surgeons during surgical procedures;
- Instrumentation from surgery, such as sponges, towels, and scalpels, being left in patients;
- Prescribing the wrong medication to a patient;
- Failing to timely diagnose a heart attack.