When you are injured at no fault of your own, whether on the job, by a medical professional, or in a car or truck accident, your personal injury case process may be long and complicated. Having an experienced attorney who understands the Maryland Personal Injury laws and process is the most important step to your case. Albers & Associates has offices located throughout Maryland.
We have also compiled some of the most important Personal Injury Resources below:
Trusted Maryland Companies
Maryland Injury Law Resources
Phases of Maryland Personal Injury Trials
Additional Personal Injury
Pain and Suffering
Deny, Delay, Defend Tactics
Maryland Birth Injuries
Carroll County Accident Liability
Questions to Ask your Personal Injury Attorney
Maryland Hit and Run Tips
Auto Insurance Policy Limits
Carroll County Daycare Negligence
Settlements and Your Maryland Taxes
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.