Michael H. Bereston, Inc.

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Toll Free: 866-517-4037

April 2015 Archives

Your baby?s well-being deserves to be protected

In Maryland, countless families welcome new babies each year. This is generally a joyful event, though the months leading up to the birth are often busy and exhausting. There is a lot to plan, but also a lot to look forward to. However, for some parents their expectations are shattered by tragedy on the day of their baby's birth.

Some medicines can harm your baby

The discovery that you are pregnant is often a wonderful moment. Although there is a lot to plan and organize and it can mean a few big changes to your lifestyle, welcoming a new baby into your family is a wonderful experience. However, there are many women in Maryland who rely on medicines to help them control serious medical conditions and help them get through their day.

Is it ever too late to report a surgical error?

Many residents of Maryland require surgery at some point in their lives. This is often a daunting prospect as it can involve anesthesia and invasive procedures. When you go for surgery, you place your trust and even your life in the hands of medical professionals. Usually this is absolutely fine and everything goes smoothly, but sadly this is not exclusively the case.

Maryland patient waits 35 years for treatment

As most patients in Maryland know, it can be exhausting living with a medical condition, especially when it feels like your treatment is going nowhere. While many of Maryland's physicians work hard to give their patients the best possible care, not every patient receives the attention and treatment they require. All too often, patients are left with misdiagnosed or undiagnosed conditions that continue to get worse as time goes on.

Medical malpractice should not be tolerated

Most residents of Maryland have to visit a doctor at some point in their lives. Usually, this is a quick and easy process. You tell your doctor the symptoms, he or she figures out the problem and offers a treatment to put things in order. Sometimes this process may be lengthened by tests or the pursuit of specialist opinion, but in general you expect the medical professionals helping you to find the fastest and most effective means of helping you back to good health.

Office Location

Michael H. Bereston, Inc.
138 Main Street, Suite 200
P.O. Box 2990
Annapolis, MD 21401

Maryland: 410-793-4554
Toll Free: 866-517-4037
Baltimore/Annapolis: 410-269-5011
DC: 202-628-2226
Fax: 410-269-5022

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