Q: How can a Maryland car accident lawyer help me get adequate compensation for injuries I received in a drunk driving accident?
Maryland operates on a contributory negligence basis when it comes to auto accidents. In short, contributory negligence means if you were at all responsible for the Maryland car crash in which you were injured, you will not receive any compensation at all for those injuries.
This makes it much harder for victims of a crash to recoup the damages they deserve. You can expect the insurance company, which would otherwise be responsible to pay for your injuries, will do its absolute best to prove you were somehow at fault for the accident in order to save the company money.
When that happens, you should consider contacting an experienced Maryland car accident lawyer who will fight to protect your rights as a victim. The attorneys at Nickelsporn and Lundin know how to get the proper evidence to prove:
- That you were not at fault for the Maryland auto accident in which you were injured;
- That your injuries are real; and
- That your injuries are a significant financial burden deserving of sizeable compensation.
When you have our skilled attorneys on your side, you can rest assured that the insurance company won’t take advantage of you or make you out to be the bad guy for an accident in which you were a victim.
You don’t have to face the insurance company on your own. Talk to an attorney who knows the ins and outs of the legal process. We can help prove your case and get you adequate compensation for your injuries.
To make sure you get the money you deserve, give us a call at 1-800-875-9700 or fill out our online form.