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Trial Lawyer

Ace McBride

  • Proudly Serving

    Baltimore, Annapolis & Washington, D.C.

  • Licensed For

    10 years

Types of Cases I Handle

  • Medical Malpractice
  • Birth Injury
  • Personal Injury

Education

  • University of Baltimore School of Law
    JD - Juris Doctor
  • Youngstown State University
    BS - Biology

Admitted to Practice

State Courts
  • Maryland
Federal Courts
  • District of Columbia

Awards & Recognition

  • SuperLawyers Badge
  • unnamed-1
  • DR-MedMal-Winner-Badge
  • DR-PI-Top-Three
  • Ravens Badge
  • BBB Babdge

What My Clients Are Saying

"Paul and Ace Were Great! "

Gail S.

"Paul and Ace were great and they helped me get justice for my husband and me. I am very happy with the result and my attorneys."

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Our Winning Philosophy

Readers of the Maryland Daily Record votedD’Amore Personal Injury Law their #1 choicefor medical malpractice cases in Maryland.

Ace McBride

Ace McBride is a prominent personal injury attorney with extensive experience in medical malpractice law. Working as a defense attorney for over 10 years before representing victims of medical malpractice, Ace is familiar with the ins and outs of both sides of the law, offering a significant advantage to his clients. His scientific background, as well as his dynamic and straightforward approach to the law, have allowed him to successfully resolve some of the most catastrophic cases of medical negligence.

Clients working with Ace can expect availability and transparency throughout their entire case. Ace strives to ensure his clients are educated on legal process from the very beginning, providing constructive and compassionate support along the way.  As a father of a child with disabilities, Ace understands first-hand the challenges families face when it comes to birth injuries, and he fights for every client to maximize their compensation and obtain justice.

Ace practices in various areas of the law, but concentrates in medical malpractice, birth injuries, and cerebral palsy.  Ace's achievements have earned him recognition as a Super Lawyers "Rising Star". He has litigated medical malpractice cases in Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, and Tennessee, as well the United States District Court for the District of Maryland. 

Prior to attending law school, Ace received his Bachelor of Science Degree from Youngstown State University and was a researcher for The National Institute of Mental Health Psychoactive Drug Screening Program at Case Western Reserve University.  

Ace graduated, magna cum laude, from the University of Baltimore School of Law in 2003.  While in law school, he was the Editor-in-Chief of the Law Review and member of the University of Baltimore School of Law Heuisler Honor Society.

Directly out of law school Ace spent over a decade defending pharmaceutical companies, physicians, and hospitals at some of the largest defense firms in Maryland. He was named a partner before changing his career path to represent victims of medical negligence,  and proudly joined the D’Amore Law team in 2018.

Previous Cases Of Interest

  • Birth injury due to hyperstimulation of the uterus following excessive administration of Pitocin during labor and delivery resulting in hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy.
  • Birth injury following a delayed cesarean section in the face of worrisome fetal monitor strips indicative of fetal distress resulting in cerebral palsy.
  • Delayed cesarean section in the face of an obstetrical emergency following artificial rupture of membranes resulting in excessive bleeding and brain injury.
  • Failure to diagnose and treat a patient with Chronic Mesenteric Ischemia resulting in death.
  • Unintended removal of an appendix during a hysterectomy.  
  • Failure to recognition and repair a perforated bowel during surgery.
  • Failure to administer proper wound care resulting in a below the knee amputation.

Cases I'm Currently Working

  • Failure to diagnose a brain bleed and negligent administration of anticoagulants resulting in a massive subdural hematoma and death.
  • Inappropriate critical care management of a trauma patient resulting in cardiac arrest and death.
  • Failure to recognize and appreciate signs of compartmental syndrome following surgery resulting in neurological injury to a minor’s lower extremity.