If you have been injured or lost a loved one in a car accident in Maryland, you want to maximize the amount of money you receive in compensation. You would prefer a quick, out-of-court settlement if possible. But the one thing you are sure of is that you want to get as much money as you can for the harms and losses you have suffered.
This is what our car accident lawyers do for you: we fight with all of our power and experience to get you as much money as we possible can. Look at our settlements and verdicts. We have a history of doing just this.Maryland Car Accident Law
There are 2 relevant sources of Maryland law that are applicable to auto accident cases: (1) the law that governs traffic and the rules of the road; and (2) the law that determines financial liability when a car accident occurs.
In Maryland, all laws pertaining to driving vehicles on the roads and highways in the state are set forth in detail in the Transportation Article of the Maryland Annotated Code. This detailed set of statutory laws set forth all of the rules drivers have to follow (e.g., right-of-ways, speeding, traffic signals, etc.)
When an automobile accident occurs, the rules and regulations in the Transportation Article provide the framework for determining who is responsible for causing the accident. The imposition of financial liability on the at-fault driver is based on tort law. Torts are civil rules derived from common law that are designed to protect people from the negligence or wrongful conduct of others. When someone is "at-fault" in a car accident they have committed the tort of negligence and they can be held legally liable for any damages resulting from the accident.Car Accident Claims & Lawsuits
If you are injured in an auto accident you are legally entitled to get monetary compensation from the at-fault driver. The at-fault driver's insurance company is generally the one that pays the compensation on behalf of their insured driver so they are the party you deal with. The process of getting compensation generally starts by submitting a "claim" to the responsible insurance company. When you submit a "claim" you are basically telling the insurance company that you were injured by their insured driver and they need to pay you compensation for the accident. The insurance company will investigate the accident, confirm whether their driver was at fault and then attempt to settle your claim based on their assessment of your injuries.
Settlement offers from insurance companies are ALWAYS less than the amount you are fully entitled to under the law. If you are not satisfied with what the insurance company is offering to pay in settlement, your recourse is to file a civil lawsuit against the at-fault driver. When a lawsuit is filed you can then take the case to trial and have a judge or jury decide how much money you should get as compensation for the accident.Damages for an Auto Accident
Under Maryland auto tort law a negligent driver who causes an accident can be held liable for all reasonably foreseeable damages resulting from the accident. Plaintiffs in Maryland auto accident cases are entitled to recover damages for the following:Property Damage
This generally covers the cost of repairing or replacing any vehicles damaged in the accident.Lost Income
Maryland plaintiffs are entitled to compensation for any wages or income that they lost as a resulting from injuries sustained in the accident. This includes both past and future lost wages/income.Medical Expenses
Plaintiffs can recover damages for any past or future medical expenses incurred as a result of the accident. It is important to note that Maryland follows the collateral source rule which allows plaintiffs to recover damages for all medical expenses even if the bills were actually covered by insurance.Pain & Suffering
This category allows Maryland plaintiffs to get money to compensate them for the amount of physical and mental suffering caused by their injuries. The more serious and painful the injury the more pain & suffering damages will be. If a case goes to trial pain & suffering damages are determined by the judge or jury.
Defendants in Maryland auto accident cases fall into different categories or types. The type of defendant involved in a case can make a significant difference. The process for submitting insurance claims, negotiating settlements, and even the applicable rules of civil procedure can all vary depending on what particular type of defendant is involved in an auto accident case.
Individuals: the most common type of defendants in car accident cases is private individuals driving their own personal, non-commercial vehicles. Accident claims against these individual drivers are subject to all the general rules and procedures for auto accident claims. The individual is the proper defendant.
Assuming they have car insurance, their insurance company will be obligated to step in and handle the claim or case against them and pay for any damages up to the limits of the policy. The main issue with these types of defendants is insurance coverage.
Commercial Drivers: a commercial driver is someone who was driving their vehicle as part of their job or business when the accident occurred. Examples of commercial drivers would include delivery truck drivers (e.g., FedEx or UPS); someone driving a commercial or company vehicle to a job site (e.g., an electrician or plumber driving to their next job); or a taxicab driver. Car accident cases against commercial driver defendants are somewhat different for several reasons. First, both the driver and their employer or company can be named as potential defendants. Employers are typically obligated to indemnify their employees for accidents occurring within the scope of their employment, which means that the employer will be the real party in interest in these cases. Second, commercial drivers tend to carry more insurance (i.e., policies with much higher limits) compared to individual drivers. In practical terms, this means that Maryland auto accident plaintiffs can potentially recover more damages.
Truck Drivers: drivers of the really big trucks --- often referred to as big-rigs, "18-wheelers, or tractor-trailers --- make up a separate category of common defendants in the car accident cases. Big truck accident cases are actually much different than normal auto accident cases in a number of ways. For starters, Maryland has separate commercial vehicle laws that specifically apply to accidents involving big trucks. Another major difference is that big truck accidents tend to be bigger cases involving major damage and very serious physical injuries or death. Some of the larger, national trucking companies that are frequent defendants in truck accident cases include J.B. Hunt | Swift Transportation |Werner | Schneider | Old Dominion.
Uber / Lyft Drivers: drivers for Uber / Lyft are a new type of defendant that are becoming increasingly involved in car accident cases. Uber / Lyft drivers are like a hybrid category of defendants because they can fall under the category of either "individuals" or "commercial driver" defendants depending on when they are involved in the accident. If they get in an accident when they are just driving their car for personal use, they are an individual defendant covered under their normal auto insurance policy. However, if they cause an accident while using the car to pick up or transport a fare they like a commercial driver defendant.
State & Local Governments: the state of Maryland and local governments (i.e., a county or one of the few incorporated towns in Maryland) are also frequent defendants in auto tort cases. State and & local governments can become involved in one of 2 ways. First, state or local governments can get named as defendants if a government employee causes an accident within the scope of their employment. Second, the state or a local government can potentially be liable for failing to properly maintain roads, traffic signals, or pedestrian walkways in a safe manner. It is well established in Maryland that local government owes a duty to persons lawfully using its public streets and sidewalks to make them reasonably safe for passage (see also MPJI-CV § 23:10).How Long Do You Have to File a Lawsuit?
Like all states, Maryland imposes a time limit on how long prospective plaintiffs can wait before filing a civil lawsuit. This type of legal filing deadline is known as a statute of limitations. If the lawsuit is not filed before the limitation deadline expires, the plaintiff losses their right to file. In Maryland, auto accident lawsuits are generally subject to a 3-year statute of limitations (Md. Code Ann., Cts. & Jud. Proc. § 5-101). What this means is that in most cases potential car accident plaintiffs must file their lawsuit within 3 years from the date of the accident or they will be legally barred from filing.Types of Car Accidents Head on Collisions
A head-on collision occurs when 2 cars traveling in opposite directions collide with each other head first (i.e., the front of one car impacts the front of the other car). Head on collisions are most likely to occur on "back roads" where the 2 lanes of opposite traffic are only separated by a yellow line in the center of the road.
Head on accidents are much less likely to occur on highways or other types of roads where there is some type of barrier (e.g., wide medians, guard rails, jersey walls, etc.) separating opposing lanes of traffic. Head on impacts are the most dangerous of all types of auto accidents for several reasons, some of which are fairly obvious. When 2 cars going in opposite directions collide with each other, the force generated by the impact is basically double what it would be in any other type of accident. If a car is traveling 40 miles an hour and collides with a stationary object the impact force is very significant. But when a car going 40 miles an hour collides head-on with another car going 40 miles an hour the opposite way, the impact force more than doubles. Fortunately, head-on collisions are the least common of all types of 2 car accidents. According to accident data from the Insurance Information Institute, there was only 143,000 head-on collision which was only 3% of all 2 car accidents.
Rear end accidents occur when one fails to stop and slams into the back end of another car in front of them. Typically the car in front is either stopped or in the process of coming to a sudden stop when it gets struck from behind. Rear end collisions are the most frequently occurring type of auto accident. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, rear-end collisions account for just over 30% of all auto accidents and 48% of all 2 car collision accidents nationwide. Rear end accidents tend to result in comparatively less damage and few physical injuries than other types of accidents. There are 2 primary reasons for this. First, in comparison to other types of accidents, a large percentage of rear-end collisions occur at low speeds so the impact force is less. Second, when an impact comes from the rear end of a vehicle, drivers and passengers in the front of the car are farther away and more insulated from the force. One of the unique aspects of rear-end accidents is that there is an automatic presumption of fault placed on the driver who comes from behind. A driver who hits another car from behind is always assumed to be at fault for the accident, regardless of circumstances.Side Impact Collisions
Accidents in the side-impact category include any accident in which the primary point of impact is the left or right side of the vehicle. This includes accidents in which one car collides head-on with the side of another car (sometimes called "broadside" collisions) as well as "sideswipes" where 2 cars collide side-to-side.
Side impact accidents are the 2nd most dangerous type of automobile accident behind head-on collisions. About 1/3 of all auto accident fatalities are the result of broadside collisions. Side impact accidents are particularly hazardous for child occupants in the vehicle struck from the side. The elevated danger of broadside accidents comes from the fact that the sides of a vehicle offer occupants the least degree of cushion and protection in a collision.
In rear-end or head-on impacts, there is typically several feet of car in between the occupants and the impact site. This space helps to absorb the force of the impact. By contrast, in a broadside accident the occupants on the impact side of may only have a 10-inch wide door shielding them from the point of contact.
The side of a car simply offers little impact cushion which is critically important to the safety of occupants. Even with side-airbag deployment, side impact collisions can be extremely dangerous. Side impact accidents occur with less frequency than other types of accidents. Only about 18% of all car-to-car collisions are categorized as side-impact accidents.Angle Impact Collisions
Angle impact collisions include all accidents in which a car strikes another vehicle at an indirect angle, with the point of impact usually being front to side. This is sort of a catchall category that covers collisions that cannot be accurately classified as head-on, rear end, or direct side impact. Angle collisions are the second most frequent type of accident, accounting for around 30% of all car-to-car collisions. Angle impact collisions tend to occur at lower speeds, in dense traffic and therefore involve comparatively less damage and physical injuries.Single Car Accidents
Single vehicle accidents occur when a single automobile accidentally collides into a fixed object such as a tree, light pole, guard rail or similar type of stationary (i.e., non-moving) object. The dangers of single-car accidents often get overlooked.
When people think about "auto accidents" and highway injuries they are typically envisioning collisions between 2 or more moving vehicles. Although multi-car collisions account for most accidents, impacts involving just one car can also be very hazardous. Just under 15% of all accidents are classified as single car accidents (i.e., collisions with a fixed object). Single auto accidents frequently involve high force impacts that tend to inflict a lot of damage on drivers and occupants.
Nearly half of all single car accidents result in physical injuries or death and 30% of all fatal accidents are in this category. By comparison, only 26% of rear-end collisions result in injury or death. Single automobile accidents can be the result of various factors including driver distraction, driver impairment, loss of vehicle control, poor road conditions, and so forth.Pedestrian Accidents
Pedestrian accidents occur anytime a moving vehicle strikes a pedestrian which includes someone walking or riding a bike, scooter or another non-motorized vehicle. Pedestrian accidents are typically very dangerous and often deadly for the pedestrian with little or no risk of injury to the driver.
Again, the reason for this is fairly obvious: even traveling at low speeds cars can easily crush bones, tissue, and organs when they strike totally unprotected pedestrians. Accidents with pedestrians occur more frequently in highly urban areas (such as downtown Baltimore) where there are large numbers of pedestrians. Other high-risk situations include construction sites and walking or biking on roadsides without sidewalks.
The most common cause of pedestrian accidents is jaywalking. The issue of fault often takes center stage in pedestrian accident cases. There is often an inherent, emotional inclination to view the pedestrian as the victim in the accident. This is often reinforced by the fact that pedestrian ends up with major injuries while the driver of the car is unharmed. The reality, however, is that pedestrians are often partially at fault in these accidents.Car Accident Injuries
Car accidents can potentially result in almost any type of physical injury ranging from minor bruising to fatal head trauma. However, there are certain types of well-known injuries that frequently result from auto accidents.Back Injuries
The area of the body that is most frequently injured in a typical car accident is the back which includes the spinal vertebrae and discs. The spine is comprised of interconnected vertebrae bones with soft tissue rings called "discs" in between the bones. The discs function like a cushion to reduce friction between the bones.
There are also a series of nerve channels running down the spine and connecting to other parts of the body. Certain types of auto accidents (most notably rear-end collisions) exert a significant downward force on drivers and occupants. This particular type of force puts the spine under significant pressure and frequently causes back injuries. Car accidents are leading cause of back injuries and account for approximately 45% of all reported cases of injury to the back.
The most common type of back injury resulting from an auto accident is a herniated disc. Spinal discs are like round tissue rings that act as shock absorbers between the vertebrae bones. They have a soft gel-like core that is held together by an outer casing. Disc herniations occur when the outer casing of the disc tears or ruptures allowing the soft gel-like tissue inside to bulge out. This injury is often called a "slipped" or "bulging" disc.
A herniated disc can put pressure on nearby nerves and cause friction between bones in the spine resulting in significant and often constant pain. In some cases, a herniated disc in the back can trigger radiculopathy where pain radiates down nerve pathways and causes pain to be felt in the legs and other distant areas. Spinal fractures are anothermore serious type of back injury that can sometimes occur in a car accident.Shoulder Injuries
Shoulder injuries are one of the most common types of injuries resulting from an auto accident. The type of shoulder injury that occurs most frequently is a torn rotator cuff. The rotator cuff is a grouping of 4 interconnected tendons and muscles that form a "cuff" around the upper arm and connect to the shoulder blade.
The sole function of the rotator cuff is to keep the shoulder ball and joint secure in the socket while the shoulder moves. The sudden force of a car accident frequently causes a tear or rupture of the tendons and tissue within the rotator cuff. A torn rotator cuff can be a very painful injury and impair movement of the arm and shoulder.Bone Fractures
Orthopedic fractures (broken bones) are another type of injury frequently resulting from auto accidents. Most auto accident injuries are the direct result of the sudden stopping and resulting whiplash movement of occupants.
However, bone fractures are somewhat different in that they usually caused by an actual physical impact. Impacts with a seat belt, airbag, steering wheel, or other objects during an accident are what usually leads to broken bones.Brain Injuries
Brain and head injuries are also very common in car accidents. The majority of brain injuries do not actually involve any impact to the head but rather are caused by the so-called whiplash movement of occupants within the car.
When occupants in a moving vehicle collide with something their bodies get violently thrust forward then back as the vehicle suddenly stops beneath them. If the head is subjected to this type of high force whipping movement the brain will essentially bounce around inside the skull damaging delicate brain cells on impact.
This is known medically as a coup-contrecoup type of brain injury. Damage to the brain can also occur from impact to the head and skull during an accident. The brain is the most important organ in the body so brain damage is the most serious of all the common auto accident injuries. In fact, injuries to the head and brain are the primary cause of death in most auto accident fatalities.
How We Win
Our Maryland auto accident attorneys pledge to fight for you and your family with every weapon in our arsenal. We leave no stone unturned. If you are looking to focus on healing but need to figure out a path to get the most money you are entitled to get, we know the way.
When auto accidents result in physical injuries or death, they can have significant economic consequences for everyone involved. Our attorneys see it every day of our careers. The financial fallout from a typical car accident causing moderate injuries can easily include tens thousands and even hundreds of thousands of dollars in property damage, medical expenses, and lost income.
To recover money, you first have to win. In virtually every accident, there is at least one driver who is considered "at fault" because they were either reckless, negligent or failed to obey traffic rules. Under our civil legal system, "at fault" drivers can be held legally responsible to pay for all costs directly resulting from the accident that they caused.
Like all states, Maryland requires drivers to have insurance to pay for these costs when they cause an accident. Unfortunately, insurance companies are not always willing to pay full value voluntarily. In fact, insurance companies will always attempt to minimize the amount of money they pay out. Personal injury attorneys can help injured parties leverage the civil legal system to force insurance companies to pay full and fair value for the accident.
Our auto accident attorneys serve Baltimore, Maryland and Washington DC and have put together a set of resources to help you understand the law. This page will review and analyze: (a) the different categories of auto accidents; (b) the most different types of physical injuries that most commonly result from auto accidents; and (c) some of the general legal rules applicable to plaintiffs in a car accident case such as how damages are calculated and the statute of limitations.
Miller & Zois attorneys are available to help 24/7 with a free consultation. Call us now at 800-553-8082.
Our Maryland car accident lawyers handle auto, truck and motorcycle collisions in the Baltimore-Washington area. We focus 100% of our energies on getting the maximum amount of compensation possible for our injured clients. We have a history of satisfied clients who are pleased with both the results and how they were treated by our entire law firm. We have obtained over $100 million for our clients in settlements and verdicts in the last 15 years.
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How We Can Help You
Hiring the right lawyer is critical to the outcome of your case whether you settle out-of-court or go to trial. Our law firm has an incredible history of success for our clients in settling and taking auto accident cases to trial. If you get one thing out of reading this page, it should be that the quality of the law firm handling your case matters. A firm with real experience and a history of large verdicts and settlements gives you the best chance of with maximizing the value of your case. Getting the best possible lawyer is crucial if you want to get as much money as possible for your claim. Because there is a big difference between the settlement value of a case with a great attorney and the settlement value of that same case with an average attorney.
The Maryland car accident attorneys at Miller & Zois have prevailed at trial in hundreds of personal injury and wrongful death cases, garnishing over $100 million in settlements and verdicts for victims. We get results for our clients.Who Are Our Clients?
Our clients come from all over Maryland. Doctors, lawyers, state and federal court judges, law clerks, former jurors, expert witnesses, jurors, and even insurance claim adjusters turn to our law firm when they or someone they care for is severely hurt or killed. Look at our resumes, our reviews, the awards we have won, and more importantly, the results we achieve. Our long history of settlements and verdicts speak for themselves. Many believe we are the top car accident lawyers in Maryland.
Every major insurance company in Maryland knows Miller & Zois will fight to the end if our client is not being treated fairly. This, ironically, makes it easier for Miller & Zois' clients to reach an early settlement because the insurance companies know that their usual games will not work with us. Sure, most cases settle. But our Baltimore auto accident lawyers do not settle for less.
To maximize compensation, you need counsel who is willing to stand and fight for you. Negligent drivers are represented by a lawyer from an insurance company. These attorneys are paid to prevent the injured victim from receiving fair compensation for the injuries the victim has suffered. They use every arcane rule and law possible to try to defeat your chance at a fair financial recovery.How We Add Value to Your Case
A Maryland attorney experienced in handling serious injury and wrongful death cases can help to make sure you receive every dollar you deserve for the harm that was done to you. Make no mistake. In serious injury and wrongful death cases, who your lawyer is means everything.
My prior lawyer was unable to get the insurance companies to offer a single penny in my case. Then my lawyer referred me to Ron and Laura. It was a long fight, and they fought for me every step of the way. My case settled for $1.31 million.”
How do we get top dollar for our injured clients? By fighting for you, and with you, every step of the way. Our first goal is to get you a settlement quickly that adequately compensates you for all of your economic losses and, more importantly, your pain and suffering. The insurance companies, of course, want to pay you nothing or next to nothing. How do we make insurance companies bend to our way of thinking on the appropriate compensation?
Again, getting an appropriate settlement without even filing a lawsuit will depend, in no small measure, on the reputation of your law firm. Your lawyer's ability to gather and present the necessary information to put your claim forward in the best possible light. You win these cases -- and the value of the case is stretched -- by your lawyer's ability to collect, analyze and present the facts of your case to the insurance company and, if necessary, the jury.
In some severe injury and wrongful death cases with large insurance policies, a lawsuit must be filed if the victims want to maximize their compensation. In these cases, you need a lawyer who is going to fight in the trenches for you... and has a history of success in those trenches (see sample verdicts below).
The take-home message: If you are badly hurt, you need a Baltimore car accident lawyer with skill, experience, and a reputation for success on your side. You need to have the best attorney to stand up for you.
If you or someone you love has been injured or killed in a car collision, call us today at 800-553-8082 or get a free consultation on-line.Maryland Accident Lawyer Information Center
The primary purpose of this website is to provide information to both Maryland traffic accident victims and lawyers through our Victim Help Center and our critically acclaimed Lawyer Help Center, which is designed to assist lawyers in Maryland in handling accident claims.
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We talk about the issues that matter to our clients. The first thing you want to know when you are hurt is the value of your claim and how to calculate it.
This is the most important question for our clients in any car crash case. We cannot give you an exact answer, of course. But we provide you with a ton of information, including average settlement and verdict data and sample details about cases our Baltimore auto accident lawyers have settled or won at trial that you cannot find anywhere else online.
Putting Our Experience to Work for YOU
The partners at Miller & Zois used to work for insurance companies. We know the tricks that they will use to prevent you from recovering the damages you deserve. Lawyers Weekly USA characterized the benefits of our training with the insurance companies when they wrote that as former defense counsel, Miller & Zois "knows the other side's playbook." In fact, we know the "playbook" for any insurance company that you will see in a car insurance claim in the Baltimore-Washington area:
You can get the inside information on all of these companies - and many more - here.
Why does this matter? Victims need an advocate who knows which punches these insurance companies will throw at you... and how to block them.
I went to one of the law firm’s that advertise on television. They tried to accept a $32,000 offer on my behalf without even telling me. Six weeks after I hired Miller & Zois, my case settled for $165,000.00.
We know how to overcome the roadblocks these insurance companies throw up to give our clients the best chance of receiving the maximum possible recovery for their claim. This is not tough guy talk -- the only thing insurance companies truly understand is strength and the only thing they ever have to fear is a lawsuit filed on behalf of a worthy victim by a lawyer that knows the path to victory.
Greedy insurance companies do not care that you are hurt or financially devastated. They do not care if they are unfair. Insurers only care about hanging on to their money. Your tragedy is just a little mishap to them. They think asking for more compensation than just your medical bills is just you trying to get a financial windfall. But pain, suffering, and agony is the worst harm in any injury or death case. The amount of an accident victim's medical bills does not define a claim. What matters most is the sum of human pain and suffering.
The Maryland car accident lawyers at Miller & Zois have represented auto crash victims for almost every imaginable mishap (and some you could not imagine) in a traffic collision.
- wrongful death
- spinal cord injuries,
- other back injuries,
- herniated discs,
- brain damage and other head trauma,
- rotator cuff tear,
- other permanent injuries
Our firm often represents the families of victims killed in fatal traffic crashes in Maryland. A disproportionate number of these wrongful death cases involve pedestrians and motorcycles who have little chance against motor vehicles.How to Select the Best Advocate for You
We handle cases in every single Maryland county and Baltimore City. To be successful, you have to know the jurisdiction well. You can get here an analysis of every venue in Maryland here.
If you have been seriously injured in a motorcycle, truck, or vehicular crash in Maryland, you need to find a car accident attorney in the Baltimore area with the skills and ability to best maximize the value of your claim, either by settlement or trial. Before choosing an attorney, look at whether they have the credentials and experience to handle your case and get you the compensation you deserve for what you have endured.
There are important questions to ask. Does the firm focus exclusively on tort cases and, specifically, serious motor vehicle crashes? Does the law firm have a history of seven-figure verdicts and settlements in car and truck collision cases?
Does the firm have a history of getting verdicts at trial far more than the settlement offer made? Certainly, the insurance company fighting your accident claim knows exactly who are the best Maryland auto accident lawyers. Insurance companies factor in the lawyers' history of success at trial in calculating your settlement offer both before and after a lawsuit is filed.
You want counsel who focuses on these types of cases can help you to get the compensation you deserve for your injuries. We believe we have the best accident lawyers in Maryland. If you are calling other attorneys, ask the lawyer you call if you don't hire him/her, ask which law firm would you hire?"We think you will likely hear the name Miller & Zois.Contact Our Law Firm
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If you have been badly hurt in an automobile accident, finding a car crash lawyer in Maryland will not be hard. Finding skilled and reputable counsel that has has a track record in these fights of getting big settlements and suing these companies and getting large verdicts, is another matter. Take a deep breath, do your research, and make the right choice to find the best lawyer that you can to maximize the value of your injury claim.
It is an important choice. If you have been seriously hurt, you need counsel with the experience to sort through your complicated legal and medical issues and stand up to the insurance companies. You need a law practice that will exhaust every possible means of recovery.
We know how to work with police, the witnesses, the medical experts... and, most importantly, with insurance companies and, if necessary, juries. We fight every single day for fair compensation - and more - for car wreck victims.
If you have been hurt in a traffic accident, the insurance company is building a claim against you as you read this page. You need someone in your corner to fight back. We are real people that care about you and what has happened to you. Call 1-800-553-8082 to speak to Maryland auto accident attorney who specializes in handling these claims or get a free online no obligation consultation. Find out if Miller & Zois are the best lawyers for you.Nuts and Bolts Maryland Accident Information
This website breaks down everything you could want to know about a motor vehicle collision case from start to finish. What are the caps on damages? What are the rules regarding how long I have to file a claim? You can find these questions and much more in our Victim Help Center. These are some of the most common issues clients want to better understand.
- Property damage claims: How to bring these claims and how to fight back against insurance companies who are trying to nickel and dime you. This can usually be done without hiring an auto accident injury attorney.
- Write a winning demand letter to the insurance company
- Trying to understand better the particular value of your case based on where in Maryland you are bringing your claim.