Andrew J. Marter

Mr. Marter comes from a family of health care providers: Father and Grandfather, general surgeons; Mother, nurse; Father-in-Law, pediatric hematologist; Wife, radiation therapy dosimetrist; Brother, obstetrician/gynecologist; Uncles, orthopedic surgeon and radiologist. As such, Mr. Marter brings very personal understanding, care, and concern to his healthcare provider clients.

Mr. Marter has tried dozens of malpractice and personal injury cases in his now almost 30-year career. He practices in the state and federal courts of Maryland and the District of Columbia. Mr. Marter defends physicians, nurses, hospitals, and other healthcare providers against claims of medical negligence, and he represents providers in licensing matters before the Board of Physicians, Nursing Board, and other professional boards. Mr. Marter also represents client injured in motorcycle, motor vehicle, and trucking accidents.


  • Columbia Union College (now known as Washington Adventist University), B.S., B.A., 1991, magna cum laude
  • George Washington University, J.D., 1995, member: Moot Court Board

Practice Areas

  • Medical Malpractice Defense
  • Medical and Nursing Disciplinary Proceedings
  • Auto and Personal Injury for Plaintiffs
  • Civil Litigation
  • Trial Practice

Professional Organizations

  • Montgomery County Bar Association
  • Maryland State Bar Association
  • American Bar Association
  • District of Columbia Bar Association
  • Former Mediator, District Court of Maryland for Montgomery County


  • Consultant Liability and Artificial Intelligence in Medicine – risk management lectures to physician groups, 2024
  • Cyber Security in Medicine and Patient Termination – risk management lectures to physician groups, 2023
  • Deposition and Risk Management Strategies – lectures to physician groups, 2022
  • Telemedicine – lectures to physician groups, 2021
  • Documentation, EMR and Physician/Patient Communications – lectures to physician groups, 2020
  • Physician/Patient Communications – lectures to physician groups, 2019
  • Recurring Medical Malpractice Topics – lectures to physician groups and allied health providers, 2018
  • Recurring Medical Malpractice Topics – lectures to physician groups, 2017
  • Legal Documents in the Practice Setting – lectures to physician groups, 2016
  • Standard of Care – lectures to physician groups, 2015
  • Top Ten Maryland Statutes – lectures to physician groups, 2014
  • Mock deposition participant and contributor, for law students – Washington College of Law, 2014
  • HIPAA and HiTech – lectures to physician groups, 2013
  • Informed Consent –  lecture to hospital operating room staff, administrators and physicians, 2013
  • Order in the Court – Mock trial and trial tactics presentation to physicians, 2013
  • Deposition Preparation – lectures to physician groups, 2012
  • Legal Careers and Preparation – lecture to pre-law students at Washington Adventist University, 2009

Reported Cases

  • Rivera v. Edmonds, 347 Md. 208, 699 A.2d 1194, Md. 1997.
  • District of Columbia v. Murtaugh, 728 A.2d 1237, D.C. 1999.
  • Hams of Southern Maryland, Inc. v. Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company, 148 Md. App. 534, 813 A.2d 325, Md. App. 2002.

Admitted to Practice

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

Community Work

  • Board Chair or Vice Chair, Capital Memorial Seventh-Day Adventist Church, 2011-2021
  • President (current)/Treasurer/Board Member, Cherry Creek Homeowners’ Association, 2008 to present
  • Youth League Basketball Coach, 2010-2020
  • Director, Blood Drive at Capital Memorial SDA Church, Fall 2019
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