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What if the Person Who Hit Me Doesn’t Have Insurance?

Top Three DUI Arrest Consequences

Carroll County Car Accident Insurance Defenses

Handling Car Accident Property Damage

State Farm Insurance Has Not Accepted Liability

Increase Your Bodily Injury Limits After a Car Accident Settlement

Common Maryland Insurance Car Accident Defenses

Always Sue MAIF

Nationwide Denies Bicycle Accident Claim

Auto Accident Lawsuit Defendant Served

What if the Person Who Hit Me Doesn’t Have Insurance?

Category: Maryland Car Accidents,Maryland Personal Injury
March 5, 2018

In most states, drivers are required to have liability coverage. Yet, there are still people who break the law and don’t take the steps necessary to be insured. In an accident where both drivers have insurance coverage, it is usually the at-fault’s driver who is responsible for paying for the damage. But what happens when […]

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Top Three DUI Arrest Consequences

Category: Maryland DUI,Maryland DWI
July 11, 2016

Arrested for a DUI in Maryland? Here are the top three DUI arrest consequences. Consider discussing these topics, along with any other questions you may have, during your free attorney consultation. At the Law Office of Ross W. Albers, our first question to you is always: What is your biggest fear? Typically, the answer involves one of […]

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Carroll County Car Accident Insurance Defenses

Category: Maryland Car Accidents,Maryland Personal Injury
June 3, 2016

The most common Carroll County car accident insurance defenses involve misconceptions about personal injury claims. Carroll County Car Accident Insurance Defenses Here are the most common Carroll County car accident insurance defenses: Minor property damage The amount of damage to your vehicle should have no relevance as to whether or not you were injured. Passengers […]

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Handling Car Accident Property Damage

Category: Maryland Car Accidents,Maryland Personal Injury
March 16, 2016

The person who caused car accident property damage is responsible for fixing your vehicle in Carroll County, Maryland. However, the at-fault driver’s insurance company must first complete its liability investigation. The best option is to go through your own insurance company to avoid delays and inconvenience. Insurance company is taking too long to fix your car […]

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State Farm Insurance Has Not Accepted Liability

Category: Maryland Car Accidents,Maryland Personal Injury,Maryland Wrongful Death
February 23, 2016

State Farm Insurance has not accepted liability.  Unfortunately, it’s a common statement when it comes to automobile accidents in Maryland. State Farm Insurance driver lied to Maryland police about accident I was hit in my car by a woman who ran through an intersection.  Police came on scene in Baltimore City and took a statement […]

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Increase Your Bodily Injury Limits After a Car Accident Settlement

Category: Maryland Car Accidents,Maryland Personal Injury
February 20, 2016

Raise your bodily injury limits. That’s what you should do after your Carroll County auto accident case settles.  Take your settlement check, deposit it, and call your local insurance agent to raise the limits of your insurance policy.  If you don’t have a local insurance agent, then Carroll County Auto Accident Attorney Ross W. Albers […]

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Common Maryland Insurance Car Accident Defenses

Category: Maryland Car Accidents,Maryland Personal Injury
January 20, 2015

Insurance car accident defenses are deceitful and irrelevant tactics to draw attention away from the negligence of the at-fault driver. As a Carroll County Auto Accident Attorney, I hear the same the insurance car accident defenses from the adjusters and their defense attorneys. Most Common Insurance Car Accident Defenses If you are trying to settle […]

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Always Sue MAIF

Category: Maryland Car Accidents,Maryland Personal Injury
December 30, 2014

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. […]

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Nationwide Denies Bicycle Accident Claim

Category: Maryland Personal Injury
December 29, 2014

Nationwide denies bicycle accident claim due to contributory negligence, despite eyewitness’ credible account. Nationwide Denies Bicycle Accident Claim My client was hit by a car while riding her bicycle in Maryland. Nationwide denied my client’s claim because their insured said the Maryland accident was my client’s fault. When I met my client at her home […]

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Auto Accident Lawsuit Defendant Served

Category: Maryland Car Accidents,Maryland Personal Injury,Maryland Wrongful Death
December 23, 2014

An auto accident lawsuit gets the attention of the low-ball settlement insurance companies and their insured. Surprise the Defendant with an Auto Accident Lawsuit It always amazes the Law Office of Ross W. Albers when our client files a Maryland personal injury lawsuit and the defendant calls our office after being served. First, the defendant wants to […]

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