The malpractice case against former St. Joseph doctor Mark Midei ended in a mistrial late Wednesday evening. Jurors failed to agree on how much to award a prominent patient who says Midei cost him tens of millions of dollars in deals.
For the second consecutive day, the jury– weighing what damages should be awarded to a Maryland businessman for an unnecessary medical procedure– sent out a note saying that it could not come to a unanimous verdict.
Still no verdict from the jury weighing what damages should be awarded to a Maryland businessman for an unnecessary medical procedure.
Millions of dollars are at stake, and now, it’s all in the hands of a Baltimore County jury. It is the same jury that earlier found Dr. Mark Midei performed an unnecessary stent procedure on Maryland businessman, Glenn Weinberg.
First the verdict, now the penalty. The civil lawsuit of former cardiologist Mark Midei entered the damages phase Monday.
A $150 million lawsuit against a Baltimore County hospital and one of its former doctors is now in the hands of the jury. The month-long case involves a physician once called the best heart doctor in the country.
Closing arguments are underway in the case against a former cardiologist, once known as the best heart doctor in Baltimore County. It’s a case that dates back four years, involving hundreds of patients receiving unnecessary stents.
His case has gotten national attention. Baltimore cardiologist Dr. Mark Midei is accused of performing unnecessary stent procedures. Midei is facing lawsuits from hundreds of former patients.
It was a scandal that ruined a doctor’s career, forced a hospital to sell and left hundreds suing over stent procedures they may not have needed.
A legal defeat for the Towson cardiologist accused of performing hundreds of unnecessary stent procedures.
Legal limbo. A judge will soon decide if a Maryland hospital will face a multi-million dollar lawsuit. The plaintiff is Dr. Mark Midei, an embattled cardiologist at the center of the stent scandal.
An Eastern Shore doctor may be going to prison for defrauding taxpayers out of thousands of dollars. The U.S. Attorney says it stems from heart operations he performed unnecessarily.