Regardless of whether it is just a fender-bender or a serious collision with personal injuries, there are so many things to consider to ensure you are protected. Even minor accidents can be costly and devastating, so you need a lawyer that understands all the factors related to auto accident cases in the state of Maryland.
Our Glen Burnie office is located at 7310 Ritchie Highway, just minutes from 695 and the Baltimore/Washington International Airport. Our Glen Burnie offices serve all Anne Arundel County residents for car accidents, truck accidents, motor vehicle accidents and personal injury cases.
For over 33 years Michael Freedman and his firm has provided quality and personal legal representation to injured victims of motor vehicle accidents. Having handled thousands of cases, our firm is able to properly evaluate a case, based on factors, including but not limited to, liability, property damage, present injury and any permanent disablement, medical bills, loss of wages and pain and suffering.
Experience Counts in Accident Cases
Our firm’s expertise in accident cases has resulted in top awards and verdicts for our Glen Burnie clients. Should an acceptable settlement offer not be forthcoming, the Michael A. Freedman Law Firm is prepared and highly qualified to aggressively litigate your claim.
As a leading Glen Burnie lawyer, we were recognized as one of the best in client satisfaction by the American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys. The firm NEVER receives any fee if there is no recovery and there is NEVER a charge for a consultation.
If you were injured in an auto accident and were not at fault or contributorily negligent, you are entitled to the following from the at fault parties insurance carrier:
- Property damage payment or the book value if your car is totaled (costs more to repair than book value).
- Car rental reimbursement while your car is being repaired or until a total damage settlement has been reached.
- A single monetary recovery for your personal injury claim based upon medical bills, length of treatment, injury sustained, permanent disability, and general pain and suffering.
- There is a statutory cap on "pain and suffering" in the amount of $665,000.00 (2005/2006) which increases $15,000 on October First of each succeeding year. You may, however, in addition, also recover for past and future medical bills as well as past and future lost earnings. If there are two or more claimants or beneficiaries, an award for noneconomic damages may not exceed 150% of the above limitation, regardless of the number of claimants or beneficiaries.
We fight to get ALL the compensation you deserve.
Glen Burnie Offices
7310 Ritchie Highway Suite #415
Glen Burnie, Maryland 21061
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