Frequently Asked Questions


Maryland Car Accident Lawyer
If you have been injured in an accident,
talk to an accident attorney before you
speak to the insurance company.

There are several frequently asked questions that individuals have after suffering a personal injury in Maryland. While every case is very different, with unique facts and circumstances which could impact that answers to these questions, our Maryland accident lawyers have compiled the following FAQ for victims of auto accidents, truck accidents, work injuries, medical malpractice and nursing home neglect.

To review all of your questions and concerns about Maryland law and the factors that could influence your Maryland injury case, it is always best to request a consultation with a Maryland Injury Lawyer. You will have an opportunity to ask as many questions as you wish, and requesting a consultation does not create any obligation to hire a lawyers.

General Maryland Injury Lawyer FAQ

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How do I know if I have a Maryland personal injury case?

Under Maryland law, if you have suffered injuries that were caused by the negligence, recklessness or carelessness of another person or corporation, you may have a case.

There are a variety of different factors that can influence the likelihood for success in obtaining a recovery under a particular set of circumstances.

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How much will it cost to hire a lawyer?

Our Maryland law firm handles all cases under a contingency fee, which means that there are no fees or expenses unless a recovery is obtained. Our clients do not pay any money out of their pocket for us to represent them, and we do not get paid until our client gets paid.

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Can you tell me how much money I will receive for my case?

There is no precise formula for calculating the amount of compensation an individual is entitled to receive following a Maryland personal injury. Ultimately, that is a question to be answered by a judge or jury, and two different juries could award vastly different amounts of compensation based on the same facts.

However, an experienced Maryland injury lawyer, who has handled a number of cases throughout the state can often provide a fairly accurate assessment of the potential ranges of recovery for case after fully evaluating the facts.

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