Injured? Know Your Rights.
Albers & Associates offers expert advice and advocacy for a wide variety of personal injury cases. If you have suffered injuries as a result of someone else’s negligence, no matter who they are, you may be entitled to compensation. Contact us today for a free consultation. In the event that your injuries prevent you from coming to us, we can travel to you.
Albers & Associates is proud to serve the people of Maryland with offices in Westminster, Towson, Frederick, and Columbia.
When you go to the doctor, whether it’s for a routine check-up or for something more serious, you expect professional behavior and attentive care. When medical staff does not provide adequate care, you’re the one who suffers the consequences. If you feel that the negligence of a medical professional led to a decline in your health, injury, or even wrongful death, then contact us right away. We will advocate for you.
To learn more about how we can address medical malpractice, take a look at our FAQ.
Learn More About Personal Injury
To learn more about personal injury, take a look at some of the resources we’ve put together for you. If you have further questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us.
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.