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Man Charged with Felony Fraud for Faking a Slip on a Banana Peel

It is a classic vaudeville trope: hapless pedestrian slips on an errant banana peel, taking a broad slapstick fall to th... Continue Reading->

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Recent MD Case Shows Importance of Filing Medical Malpractice Suits As Soon As Possible

The Maryland Court of Appeals filed an opinion in September of this year, Mummert v. Alizadeh, which illustrates the imp... Continue Reading->

Getting the most from your injuries


Most people are unaware of the damages that they may be entitled to receive from their injuries. When you are injured, an insurance adjuster from the other party to the accident is likely to contact you and offer you a quick and easy financial settlement. Many people accept this quick settlement offer, only to realize they have made a mistake after it is too late. Insurance companies do not represent you nor have your best interests in mind. They do not inform you of the damages you can recover and use this to their advantage when dealing directly with you. They ask you to sign a release of all claims in order for you to receive your check, but this protects them and not you.

Contact our office before you agree to any settlement offer and we can review the offer with you. We inform you of all the types of remedies and financial recoveries that you may be entitled to and how to best achieve those recoveries, which can far exceed just receiving any settlement offer or reimbursement for your medical bills and lost wages.

We tirelessly and aggressively fight on your behalf to get the damages you deserve, including medical expenses, certain future expenses as well as compensation for your injuries. We can even determine whether a spouse or family member is entitled to recover damages for your accident, even if they were not involved in the accident.

You will be fully compensated for your damages from the negligence caused by the person who singularly caused your injuries and losses. Before talking to the insurance company adjuster, request a free consultation and claim evaluation and make sure you obtain everything you deserve.