Maryland Lawsuits AgainstSINAI HOSPITAL OF BALTIMORE INC

Baltimore, MD 21215

Medical Malpractice Lawsuits Against Sinai Hospital

According to Maryland Judiciary Case Search, a search for Sinai Hospital as a defendant, entered with that exact spelling, shows 59 total results since August 2012. (The stats from before August 2012 are graphed below.)  Of those cases, at least 48 were medical malpractice lawsuits.  There were some suits listing Sinai involving contract, tax, condemnation, or foreclosure actions.  These were, however, the minority. More than 50 cases were tried in Baltimore City Circuit Court, with fewer in Baltimore County and Harford County Circuit Courts, as well as various district courts.

Sinai Hospital, hosting more than 450 beds in its Baltimore City location, is a part of LifeBridge Health. LifeBridge also runs other medical centers, like Northwest Hospital and Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center and Hospital. For this reason, it is possible that LifeBridge could be associated with lawsuits against Sinai. If you have been injured by Sinai Hospital, or any other medical facility, you should contact a personal injury or medical malpractice lawyer to assess your claim.

Some of the personal injury firms that litigated against Sinai Hospital are: Goodman, Meagher & Enoch, Cardaro & Peek, Weltchek, Mallahan & Weltchek, Bennett & Heyman, and Schochor, Federico And Staton.

Though Sinai Hospital is more likely to be in the news for being a defendant, they do sue other parties, mostly for contract and guardianship claims.

Bringing a medical malpractice lawsuit is not the same as other kinds of suits.  A certificate of merit is required to bring the action.  Seek counsel from a listed med mal lawyer or from our FeeReducer service.

Last updated August 11, 2015

All data below is as according to the MD Judiciary, As of: 9/26/2012. Data Policy

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