Wrongful Death

Maryland Wrongful Death Attorneys

If you have lost a family member because of the misconduct or negligence of another party, the Pinder Plotkin Legal Team will aggressively fight for justice for your family. Nothing can compensate you for the loss of a loved one. However, Maryland wrongful death attorneys can help you seek justice from the party responsible for your loved one’s death.


When a person is killed because of an intentional, negligent, or wrongful act of another party, the death is referred to as a wrongful death. A wrongful death may arise from a variety of situations and incidents. The party who causes the death does not need to act maliciously or with the intent to take a life. Therefore, an “accident” may qualify as a wrongful death if the person causing the accident was negligent or careless.

Examples of incidents that might give rise to a wrongful death claim in Maryland include:

  • Auto Accidents
  • Slip and Fall Accidents
  • Dog Bites
  • Bicycle Accidents
  • Defective Product Accidents
  • Motorcycle Accidents
  • Truck Accidents
  • Medical Malpractice

If you believe that the death of your family member was the result of a negligent or intentional act, call 410-661-9440 for a free case review by an experienced Maryland wrongful death attorney with the Pinder Plotkin Legal Team.


Maryland Wrongful Death AttorneysFamily members and dependents frequently suffer a financial hardship after losing a family member. Even though the judicial system cannot undo the terrible wrong that has happened to your family, Maryland’s wrongful death laws allow survivors and dependents to seek compensation for the loss of emotional and financial support they would have received from their deceased relative.

An unexpected loss is painful and can be overwhelming. It may be difficult to think about bringing a wrongful death claim while dealing with feels of despair and anger. However, a wrongful death claim can provide the monetary compensation your family needs. Furthermore, a wrongful death claim can help you find some measure of peace as you hold a negligent and reckless individual legally responsible for his or her actions.

Cases involving a wrongful death are time-sensitive. A claim for wrongful death is subject to the state’s statutes of limitations. If you fail to file your claim before the deadline, you cannot hold the person responsible for your loved one’s death liable for your damages. It may be a difficult decision to pursue a wrongful death action, but it also may be necessary to ensure financial stability for your family.


The death of a loved one is never easy for those left behind. However, when the death was preventable, the grieving process can be even more difficult.

Our Parkville wrongful death attorneys are here to provide legal counsel and support as you go through the process of filing a wrongful death claim. Call 410-661-9440 to schedule a free consultation to discuss your legal options.

View more in Wrongful Death

Valuation of a Wrongful Death Case in Maryland — What is My Claim Worth?

December 20, 2018 Money will not replace your loved one nor will money take away or ease your grief. However, the judicial system has no other way to compensate families when a... Read More

Who Is Liable In A Tractor Trailer Accident In Maryland?

December 11, 2018 In many traffic accidents, it is clear who is responsible for causing the crash. However, liability is not always clear, especially in a tractor-trailer accident. Several parties may be... Read More

What Is A Pre-Trial Settlement Conference in A Maryland Personal Injury Case?

December 4, 2018 If you have been injured because of the negligence or wrongdoing of another party, you might be entitled to receive compensation for your damages. However, to recover compensation in... Read More