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Trial Lawyer

Michael L. Sanders

  • Proudly Serving

    Baltimore, Annapolis & Washington, D.C.

  • Licensed For

    18 years

Types of Cases I Handle

  • Medical Malpractice
  • Birth Injury
  • Brain Injury
  • Major Accidents
  • Personal Injury
  • Wrongful Death

Education

  • University of Maryland School of Law
    JD - Juris Doctor
  • Kenyon College
    BS – Bachelor of Arts

Admitted to Practice

State Courts
  • Maryland
Federal Courts
  • District of Columbia
  • Maryland

Awards & Recognition

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

What My Clients Are Saying

"Michael Sanders Worked Feverishly, Intelligently and with Great Respect"

David J.

"Being of 'late age', my malpractice suit wasn’t worth enough for the number of lawyers who turned me down to take it on, but then I heard about Paul D’Amore, and money was not his primary motivator. I don’t tell “lawyer jokes” any longer. Both he and his associate Michael Sanders worked feverishly, intelligently and with great respect for me to get the best result possible, and from a very highly-lawyered and prominent hospital in Maryland."

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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.

Michael L. Sanders

For nearly a decade, Mr. Sanders defended doctors and hospitals who were being sued in medical negligence cases. In 2011, Mr. Sanders stopped his defense practice to focus solely on representing victims of medical negligence and other catastrophic injuries.

To date, he has recovered millions of dollars on behalf of his clients and has tried numerous cases in the courts of Maryland and the District of Columbia. He joined D’Amore Personal Injury Law, LLC in March 2016 to continue his work on behalf of injured patients.

Michael L. Sanders is a Maryland native, having grown up in northern Baltimore County. He completed his undergraduate studies at Kenyon College and graduated from the University of Maryland School of Law.

Following graduation from law school, Mr. Sanders served as Law Clerk to the Honorable Thomas E. Marshall (retired) of the Circuit Court for Harford County where he saw first-hand the daily wins and losses of trial attorneys and decided that he wanted to be a litigator.

Mr. Sanders has been named as a rising star by Super Lawyers and has also become a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, which is reserved for those attorneys who have won million dollar verdicts or settlements for their clients. He has written on numerous issues related to medical negligence law, with a special focus on the issue of special needs children.

Mr. Sanders is admitted to both the Maryland and District of Columbia Bars, and has been specially admitted to the Bars of Ohio and Virginia.

Mr. Sanders lives in Towson. In his spare time, he can usually be found with his two kids or playing his Martin acoustic.

Previous Cases Of Interest

  • Death from failure to diagnose gastric cancer
  • Urologic injury from failure to remove appendix during appendectomy
  • Lower extremity paralysis from failure to treat post-operative infection
  • Death from failure to do appropriate pre-operative blood work
  • Death as a result of tractor trailer collapse
  • Severe pressure sores from failing to properly turn patient after surgery
  • Failure to prevent suicide in patient who told doctor he was feeling suicidal
  • Death from failure to diagnose colon cancer
  • Permanent kidney injury from failure to diagnose pneumonia in ER
  • Death from anesthesia complications during surgery
  • Lower extremity dysfunction as a result of infected surgical wound
  • Death from failure to monitor patient after giving narcotic pain medication
  • Death from failure to treat complications during a colonoscopy
  • Lower extremity paralysis from failure to properly perform hernia surgery
  • Stroke as a result of pharmacy giving patient wrong medicine
  • Death from failure to appropriately treat diabetic foot wound
  • Gynecologic injury from failure to properly perform delivery
  • Brain injury from fall caused by failure of management to dry floors after cleaning

Cases I'm Currently Working

  • 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