Paul M. D’Amore, Esq.
Founding Member, Trial Lawyer
AWARDS & RECOGNITION
Our Winning Philosophy
Readers of the Maryland Daily Record voted D’Amore Personal Injury Law their #1 choice for medical malpractice cases in Maryland.
My Proudest Moment as a Lawyer
I once agreed to defend a young mother against criminal charges of serious abuse to her 2 month old baby. She was desperate for help and could not afford a lawyer. Because of the abuse allegations, her baby and her other two children had been taken from her home and put into foster care. I fought the case at various levels for 18 months. Along the way we were able to show the State that the child had an undiagnosed medical condition that had been mistaken for child abuse.
I will never forget the day I received the phone call informing me that we had prevailed on every front. The criminal charges were dismissed, the abuse allegations were vacated, and the children were all returned home in time for Christmas!
Meet Paul M. D’Amore
Paul received a Bachelor of Science degree in business finance from Boston University’s School of Management in 1992 and a Juris Doctor from Northeastern University’s School of Law in 1997. Paul began his legal career as an Assistant Prosecutor for the State of New Jersey. Thereafter, he spent 8 years successfully defending corporations, doctors, nurses and hospitals in Maryland and Washington, D.C. against claims of negligence.
After a decade of successful practice, Paul decided he would rather help real people instead of the rich hospitals and insurance companies that once retained him. He resigned his partnership at a prestigious defense firm, and began working as a personal injury lawyer serving injured people in their fight for justice against the very hospitals, corporations and insurance companies that once retained him.
Since then, Paul has obtained tens of millions of dollars in compensation for his injured clients and their families. The results that Paul has achieved for his injured clients have earned him recognition as a Super Lawyer, a Top 100 Trial Lawyer and Life Membership in the Million Dollar and Multi Million Dollar Advocates Forums.
By: Kieara D.
Working with Paul D’Amore has been a wonderful experience. He has been professional, compassionate and dedicated to my daughter’s case every step of the way. It has truly been a pleasure and a privilege working with Mr. D’Amore. I would definitely recommend him to anyone.
Past Cases Of Interest
- Paralysis from Failure to Diagnose Type IV Elher’s Danlo’s Syndrome
- Paralysis from Failure to Diagnose Paraneoplastic Neurologic Syndrome
- Death from Failure to Prepare Proper Surgical Plan for Removal of Massive Hepatic Carcinoma
- Permanent Injury from Esophageal Perforation during cervical discectomy
- Death from Esophageal perforation during endoscopy
- Permanent injury from Colon perforation during colonoscopy
- Paralysis secondary to negligent Blood Pressure management during surgery
- Brain Damage from failure to properly treat cluster seizures
- Cerebral Palsy from failing to recognize placental abruption
- Cerebral Palsy from failing to recognize fetal distress
- Cerebral Palsy from failure to recognize placental insufficiency
- Cerebral Palsy from failure to recognize infection
- Brain injury from failure to properly manage breathing tube
- Paralysis from failure to recognize post-operative spinal cord compression
- Blindness from complications of gastric bypass
- Death from failure to diagnose heart attack in the Emergency Room
- Death from overdose of blood thinners
- Lack of Informed Consent for abdominal surgery on Disabled Child
- Brain damage from negligent repair of congenital heart defect in 6 month old baby
- Punctured Heart from surgical guide wire
- Death from Breast Cancer after misread mammogram
Cases I am Currently Working On
- Brain Damage after successful Heart Transplant
- Paralysis after tethered spinal cord release
- Wrongful Birth of Child with Undiagnosed Dandy Walker Variant
- Cerebral Palsy from undiagnosed hydrocephalus
- Erb’s Palsy from excessive head traction at delivery
- Quadriplegia from negligent blood transfusion
- Leg Amputation from improperly treated foot wound
- Death From Undiagnosed Aortic Dissection