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Catastrophic Personal Injury

Seriously Injured? Protect Your Rights.

If you or a loved one has been involved in a serious, life-threatening accident then the compensation you recieve is going to be instrumental in maintaining your quality of life. Working with a lawyer to ensure you’re covered for the future is essential.

Albers & Associates has offices conveniently located in Columbia, Towson, Frederick, and Westminster, Maryland, serving Baltimore, Carroll, Frederick, and Howard Counties and their surrounding areas.

Serious personal injuries often result in lasting conditions which affect you and your family forever. If you or a loved one were seriously injured due to another person’s negligence you need to partner with an experienced catastrophic personal injury lawyer in Maryland who can get you the financial compensation you deserve. Here at Albers & Associates, we understand what it takes to win your case; we’re passionate about personal injury litigation so we will work hard to get you the best outcome possible.

Serious Brain Injuries

A brain injury is a life-altering event; one which will leave a lasting affect on you or your loved one. It’s the type of injury which you deserve compensation for to help deal with the lasting pain and suffering you are bound to experience. As a Maryland brain injury lawyer, Ross W. Albers knows how life-altering the effects of a serious brain injury can be. Whether your brain injury was caused by product liability, medical malpractice, or something else, Albers & Associates has the experience to effectively represent your case in court.

Injuries to Your Spinal Cord

Spinal cord injuries are about as serious as it gets with regards to personal injury litigation. These types of injuries are most commonly caused by automobile accidents, pedestrian accidents, unsafe premises conditions, and more. Regardless of the accident, if your spinal cord injury was due to someone else’s negligence it’s crucial to partner with an experienced Maryland spinal cord injury lawyer to receive the compensation you deserve.

Wrongful Death Cases 

If your loved one died through the negligence of medical professionals that you trusted to care for them, then you may have a case for compensation. Wrongful death claims won’t bring your loved one back, but they can ease the burden of funerary services, medical bills, property damages, and other costs.

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The experts at Albers & Associates have years of experience resolving serious Maryland personal injury cases involving burns, spinal cord damage, brain injuries, and more. We represent clients who have been seriously injured due to someone else’s negligence and whose injuries have caused serious physical pain, stress, medical bills, and other damages.

We care about the future of our clients and we work hard to ensure they receive the most positive outcome in their Maryland catastrophic personal injury case.

Our fee is contingent on there being a recovery in your case.

Call today to schedule a free home consultation. Weekend appointments are available. If you are injured and cannot travel, we will come to you.

Personal Injury FAQ

What Qualifies as 'Serious' Personal Injury?

A case is categorized as a serious personal injury if any of the following resulted from the accident:

  • Severe brain trauma
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • 3rd degree burns
  • Any injury that causes serious and long-term disfigurement

What is a Wrongful Death Accident?

Our attorneys can successfully get you the compensation you deserve in a wrongful death case, which is when a loved one has died due to the carelessness or negligence of another person involved. Spouses, life partners, children, and other family members of the deceased can be entitled to recover damages for both emotional and financial loss.

Who is Liable for a Car Accident in Maryland?

Finding the person at fault in a car accident comes down to proving negligence on one or both sides of the equation. Whether you’re another driver or a pedestrian, you will need a lawyer to come to your defense. Because the state of Maryland employs a contributory negligence rule, your entire case will be at risk if the opposing counsel can prove that you were negligent in anyway.