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Always Sue MAIF

Always sue MAIF if you have been injured by the negligence of their insured.  If you are a Maryland personal injury attorney and sending demand packages to MAIF, stop wasting your time!

No Demand Package.  Always Sue MAIF!

The Maryland Automobile Insurance Fund (MAIF) does not offer fair value on claims unless you file suit. Even then, you have to wait until your trial is days away before a serious offer to settle is made.

MAIF insures people who can’t get insurance from another legitimate company.

I have NEVER had a court’s judgment against MAIF be less than their settlement offer.  Fellow personal injury attorneys, embrace my philosophy . . . No Demand. File Suit.  Always sue MAIF!

If you don’t, then you’re just feeding the insurance companies’ motto of Deny. Delay. Defend.

MAIF negotiates very slowly.  Always Sue MAIF!

MAIF negotiates very slowly.  Their adjusters can only increase their settlement offers in small increments.  You can spend a lot of time negotiating with a MAIF adjuster.  Therefore, it’s important to file a lawsuit first and negotiate at the same time.  That way, if you can’t settle the case, you are marching towards a trial date where a judge will give you a fair and reasonable judgment.

Contact Carroll County Car Accident Lawyer Ross W. Albers

If you have been injured in a car accident by a negligent MAIF insured, then contact Westminster Personal Injury Attorney Ross W. Albers to schedule a free consultation today.  MAIF will not give your a fair and reasonable settlement until you file a lawsuit and walk into the courtroom.

Carroll County Auto Accident Ross W. Albers is a former Maryland insurance adjuster and knows what you’re up against.  The Law Office of Ross W. Albers is located in Carroll County, Maryland and provides personal injury representation throughout Maryland.

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