Auto Accidents

Do You Need a Maryland Auto Accident Attorney?

Maryland Auto Accident AttorneyIf you are looking for a Maryland Auto Accident Attorney, the attorneys of Pinder Plotkin represent accident victims and their families throughout Maryland as they seek the compensation they deserve after being injured in an auto accident. Auto accidents result in severe injuries that have life-changing consequences for the victims and their families.

If you have been injured in an auto accident, the Pinder Plotkin Legal Team provides legal guidance and support as you go through the complicated, frustrating, and confusing process of filing an accident claim.


The weeks and months following a Maryland auto accident can be as frightening and painful as the auto accident itself. Even though a car crash can happen in seconds, it can take months or years to heal from injuries sustained in a crash. During the healing process, you may experience great physical pain and emotional stress, in addition to the great financial hardship caused by the accident.

Common injuries victims sustain in auto accidents include:

  • Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBIs) and other head and brain injuries
  • Spinal Cord Injuries, including paralysis
  • Shoulder and Neck Injuries, including whiplash
  • Broken Bones and Fractures
  • Internal Bleeding and Damage to Internal Organs
  • Lacerations, Scars, and Disfigurement
  • Permanent Disabilities and Impairments

Some accident victims make a complete recovery after an auto accident. However, other accident victims suffer life-altering injuries that have long-term consequences for the quality of life, educational opportunities, and career options.


If another party’s negligent and reckless acts caused your auto accident, you deserve to be compensated for the injuries, losses, and damages caused by the crash. Hiring a Maryland auto accident attorney can be a crucial step in ensuring that you receive fair and just compensation for all your damages.

You may be entitled to compensation for your:

  • Medical Bills
  • Lost Income
  • Property Damage
  • Physical Pain and Suffering
  • Emotional and Mental Stress and Anguish
  • Other Financial and Non-economic Damages

Maryland’s personal injury laws allow for the compensation of your physical, emotional, and financial damages. However, an auto accident claim is not always straightforward and simple.

Insurance companies can make settling an auto accident claim extremely difficult. Having a legal team on your side with the resources, experience, and determination to investigate your accident is essential for receiving maximum compensation for an accident claim.

The Pinder Plotkin Legal Team tirelessly pursues your claim by investigating the underlying circumstances of your auto accident. We examine every detail to determine the cause of the crash and identify the liable parties. Our experienced legal team gathers evidence to prove fault and liability so that you can receive the compensation you need as you continue to recover from an auto accident that you did not cause.


Do not try to fight large insurance companies on your own. Let our Maryland auto accident attorneys take up the fight for you. If an insurance company is unwilling to negotiate a fair settlement, we are prepared to file a personal injury lawsuit to hold the party responsible for causing your auto accident liable for the injuries and losses you sustained as a result of the crash.


Call 410-661-9440 now to schedule your free consultation with a Parkville auto accident attorney.

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