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Employer Has No Subrogation Claim Against Settlement Paid by Negligent Provider

Tuesday, February 11, 2020 | 338 | 0 | 11 min read

The Court of Special Appeals of Maryland ruled that an employer does not have a subrogation right against damages that an employee received from a negligent, third-party health care provider. Case: Baltimore County v. Ulrich, No. 2541, 01/30/2020, published. Facts: Charles Ulrich worked for the Baltimore County Department of Recreation and Parks. He suffered an injury to his arm in June 2011 while lifting a heavy trash receptacle. Ulrich sought treatment on the day of his injury at a facility operated by Concentra Health Services. A family practitioner diagnosed a strain of the left biceps ...

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