Unfortunately, accidents resulting in personal injuries or death are a common occurrence in our lives. They can happen in your home, apartment, or car, at your workplace, at a store or office, or on streets and sidewalks. You and your family members may be entitled to compensation from those who caused the injury -- the driver and owner of another vehicle, the owner or possessor of unsafe property or an unsafe building, the maker of a defective or unsafe product, or the employer with unsafe working conditions. Compensation for injuries can include recovery of the cost of your medical treatment, lost earnings, and the 'pain and suffering' of the injury.
If you have sustained serious injuries in a Maryland accident, you have come to the right place. For more than 35 years, I have helped Maryland accident victims and their families get what they need and deserve to recover from injury.
I only get paid when I collect money for my clients who have personal injury claims and we never charge hourly fees. I only get paid when you get paid. This is your guarantee of my commitment to you. Because of this, you can get your case started right away without paying any money.
Discover the steps you must take after a Baltimore, Maryland car accident injury to protect your rights. Failure to follow certain guidelines will hurt your recovery, and can result in your not receiving the compensation you deserve.
Understanding the workers compensation benefits available after a Maryland work injury or occupational illness is critical to quickly getting the help you need. Find out what injured workers are entitled to in the State of Maryland and what you need to do to get what you deserve.
Neck & back injuries are among the most common kinds of injuries that come from car accidents, workplace accidents, or injuires on property.
Under our law, if someone's carelessness or recklessness hurts you, they are responsible for the harm they cause.
Nothing is more devastating to a family then the sudden, unexpected loss of a loved one, whether a wife, husband, parent, or child. The tragedy is all the more cruel when the death happens because of another's careless, reckless, or willful actions.
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