A Proven and ExperiencedMaryland Attorney

ross

-Ross W. Albers,Proven DUI Attorney

Carroll County Car Accident Lawyer

Westminster Injury Attorney Ross W. Albers is a former Maryland insurance adjuster

Carroll County Car Accident Lawyer Attorney Ross W. Albers knows that an automobile accident can cause inconvenience, injury, lost wages, pain, suffering, and permanent injury. The most important thing is to take care of your injuries, but you need a Carroll County Auto Accident Attorney to handle the Maryland insurance companies.

Don’t be a victim of the car insurance adjuster’s Deny. Delay. Defend. tactics!

The Law Office of Ross W. Albers has settled and litigated automobile injury cases throughout Maryland. Carroll County Car Accident Lawyer Ross W. Albers’ insurance industry knowledge, case valuation, and courtroom skills allows the Law Office of Ross W. Albers to obtain the best possible results for its accident clients.

car accident

Injured in a Carroll County Car Accident?

Carroll County automobile accidents are sudden, unexpected and often result in serious and long-term injuries and inconvenience.

Call the police and seek medical attention right away

Be sure to get the police report number so you can obtain a copy of it later. Failure to seek medical attention within a reasonable time following your injury may later be used to suggest that you were not injured badly or at all. Keep all appointments with your doctor and strictly follow your doctor’s advice. Keep a diary of how you are feeling and how your injuries impact your daily activities.

Document what happened

Get the contact information of anyone who witnessed the accident. Be sure to take pictures of the accident site and the vehicles involved. Get the contact and insurance information of the other drivers involved in the accident. Write down everything you remember about how the accident happened, including what others involved in the accident said to you at the scene. Take pictures of your injuries. Have someone do these things for you if your injuries keep you from doing any of them yourself. Click here for tips on documenting a Maryland car accident.

Call a Carroll County Car Accident Attorney after your accident

Do not speak to the other driver’s insurance company or attorney. Do not sign any documents. Do not give recorded statements. Trying to represent yourself before contacting an attorney may cause you more harm in the long run and will not save you money!

Who is at fault in a Carroll County Car Accident?

Negligence is just one of the various elements of proving your Carroll County auto accident case in court. The insurance companies will stop at nothing to prevent you from receiving fair and reasonable compensation by disputing their insured’s negligent act.

Negligence means breaking the rules of the road. Every Carroll County driver has a duty to obey the rules of the road. A reasonable person doesn’t break the rules of the road.

If you have been injured by a rule-breaking negligent driver in Carroll County, Maryland, then contact the Law Office of Ross W. Albers.

Were your injuries caused by a Carroll County Automobile Accident?

In order to recover money for your Carroll County car accident injuries, then the at-fault driver’s negligence must be the cause of your injuries. This is commonly referred to as “causation.” If the at-fault driver’s rule breaking behavior didn’t cause your injury, then you lose.

The car insurance adjusters will stop at nothing to dispute that your injuries were caused by their negligent insured.

If you have been injured by a rule-breaking negligent driver in Carroll County, Maryland, then contact the Law Office of Ross W. Albers.

How much money can I recover for my Carroll County Car Accident Injuries?

Typically, Carroll County accident victims recover their medical bills, lost wages and noneconomic damages (pain/suffering/inconvenience) in a car accident case. But, as you can see, what can be consider as damages is a lot.

In an claim for damages in a car collision injury case, the following shall be considered:

  1. The personal injuries sustained and their extent and duration;
  2. The effect such injuries have on the overall physical and mental health and well-being of the plaintiff;
  3. The physical pain and mental anguish suffered in the past and that with reasonable probability may be expected to be experienced in the future;
  4. The disfigurement and humiliation or embarrassment associated with such disfigurement;
  5. The medical and other expenses reasonably and necessarily incurred in the past and that with reasonable probability may be expected in the future;
  6. The loss of earnings in the past and such earnings or reduction in earning capacity that with reasonable probability may be expected in the future.
  7. All damages that you find for pain, suffering, pre-impact fright, inconvenience, physical impairment, disfigurement, loss of consortium, or other non-pecuniary damages.”

If you have been injured by a rule-breaking negligent driver in Carroll County, Maryland, then contact the Law Office of Ross W. Albers.

Schedule a free Carroll County Auto Accident Attorney consultation

If you or a family member has been injured because of someone else’s careless or negligent acts, then call the Law Office of Ross W. Albers to schedule a free Carroll County car accident lawyer consultation. Carroll County Auto Accident Attorney Ross W. Albers is a former Maryland insurance adjuster that knows what you’re up against.

The Law Office of Ross W. Albers offers contingency fee arrangements: No Recovery. No Fee. No Expense.

If your car collision injury prevents you from coming to our office in Westminster, Maryland, then we will come to you! Evening and weekend appointments are available, too.

maryland dui attorney logo