Car Accident Lawyers in Maryland with a History of Success
Are you searching for car accident lawyers in Maryland to help with your automobile accident claim? Were you involved in an accident that left you injured in some way?
The car accident attorneys at Houlon, Berman, Finci, Levenstein, Skok & Sandler may have the legal options to get your life back on track. With over 40 years of experience, our Maryland car accident lawyers have the knowledge and experience to help you receive the compensation you deserve.
Below we have outlined how you can know if you are eligible for compensation from your accident, and how a car accident attorney can help you.
If you were involved in an auto accident caused by the negligence of another party and would like to speak with our car accident lawyers in Maryland then call today for a free consultation or click below to contact us online.
Filing a Personal Injury Claim with a Car Accident Lawyer in MD
When determining your eligibility for filing a personal injury claim, one of the first subjects a car accident injury lawyer may address is whether or not the applicable statute of limitations has expired.
Every jurisdiction maintains specific laws regarding the length of time accident victims have to file claims. Our attorneys have the knowledge to determine which statute of limitations applies to your case. However, you should file your claim as soon as possible after the accident.
A Maryland car accident attorney will assess the validity and legal standing of your claim. If you have suffered an injury caused by another party, you may have a claim for your injuries caused as the result of that other person’s negligence.
A suit for personal injury is brought when another person is at fault and causes you injury. Negligence is often defined as doing something that a person would not do, or not doing something that a person using reasonable care would do.
The value of car accident injury claims is determined based on:
- The medical bills incurred in the past;
- The medical expenses reasonably probable to be incurred in the future;
- The loss of wages and/or earning capacity incurred in the past;
- The loss of earnings and/or earning capacity reasonably probable to be expected in the future; and
- The “Noneconomic Damages” sustained in the past and reasonably probable to be incurred in the future. All damages for pain, suffering, pre-impact fright, inconvenience; physical impairment, disfigurement, loss of consortium or other nonpecuniary damages are “Noneconomic Damages”.
Underinsured motorist coverage may provide individuals coverage if the at-fault party is either not insured or is inadequately insured.
Further, if someone was killed in a car accident, members of the deceased party’s immediate family or legal descendants can pursue a wrongful death claim and a survival claim.
Contact Houlon Berman
Whether you are seeking a truck accident injury lawyer, a motorcycle accident injury lawyer, or a car accident injury lawyer in Maryland, call the team at Houlon Berman today for your free consultation. If you prefer, you can also click here to contact us online and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
The Maryland car accident attorneys at Houlon, Berman, Finci, Levenstein, Skok & Sandler are the proud recipients of a Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Ratings™ certification of AV®. We can assist with automobile accident claims in Maryland including Bethesda, Potomac, Rockville, Greenbelt, College Park, Upper Marlboro and the District of Columbia.
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