We help clients in:
Civil and Criminal Trial Practice Personal Injury
An individual has a personal injury claim when they are hurt by the negligence of another. Negligence is often simple, like a motorist running a stop sign. Maryland allows compensation for past and future medical bills and lost income, and also for past and future pain and suffering. Some particular areas of personal injury are as follows:
If any of them apply to you, please click on them to see specifics.
DWI and Traffic Violations
When a driver hurts someone by running a stop sign, he or she is negligent and held responsible. When a doctor or hospital runs a medical stop sign, they are responsible also. “Medical malpractice” is just another form of negligence.
Probate and Estate Administration
Social Security Disability
Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits are for persons who have paid enough Social Security taxes into the system and pay benefits regardless of your financial situation. Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is for persons who are poor and disabled. Social Security Disability comes with Medicare coverage after two years. SSI comes with Medical Assistance right away.
Wills and Trusts
When someone is injured at work, he or she has a workers’ compensation claim. A work injury can happen while at the employer’s building, or if driving is part of the job, while on the road. It does not matter if anyone was at fault – workers’ compensation benefits are available. Indeed, an employee cannot sue his or her employer even if the employer’s fault caused the injury.