Georgia has rethought its cap on caps on non-economic damages in medical malpractice cases. Will Maryland follow suit? I think it is unlikely but as the Baltimore Injury Lawyer Blog points out, the Maryland high court will get another look at this issue next month in DRD Pool Service, Inc. v. Freed. That case has a constitutional challenge to the non-economic damages cap in non-medical malpractice cases. I’m not optimistic but I’m hopeful.