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How Contributory Negligence May Cause Problems for Those in Lawsuits Against GM

Friday, September 26th, 2014

contributory negligenceStep into any GM dealership right now and you will find a lot of harried, frustrated people working in the service department. They have been spending days upon days waiting for new ignition switches and then replacing the free parts for all of those millions of recalls that GM has been dealing with for the past year. Though they clearly have room to be frustrated and annoyed, no one has as much space to be upset as the families that have lost loved ones due to GM’s extreme negligence. Some families may be having a harder time than others recovering for the damages that they have suffered, though.

How Does Contributory Negligence Play into Accident Injury Recovery?

First, it is important to know a little bit about contributory negligence. We throw that word around a lot here because it is something we deal with on a day-to-day basis. Maryland is one of only four states in the union that still employ contributory negligence in the courtroom.

Contributory negligence essentially states that if you do anything that could possibly put you at fault for what you are suing for, you will not be able to recover. For example, if one of the victims who died as a result of a malfunctioning ignition switch had keys that were too heavy or was speeding, they could be found to be contributory negligent, even though it is very clearly GM’s fault that the car malfunctioned and the accident happened in the first place. The defendant’s lawyer will claim that the accident may never have happened if the person was not speeding in the first place. Contributory negligence is an easy way for companies like GM and at fault drivers to get out of consequences after an accident.

While many of the families should be able to recover from GM after these accidents, it could take years, and many are choosing to settle instead. Sometimes settling is the smart route to go, especially when contributory negligence could be a factor if the lawsuit makes it to court. The car accident lawyer representing the families has to be extremely diligent and knowledgeable to help these families make the right decision between taking the settlement and fighting for more in court.

Finding a Good Accident Injury Lawyer

Your consultation with our lawyers is free and if we can help you, your case will be handled on a contingency fee basis in the case that you are not at fault and are injured, which means no out of pocket expense or cost to you.  For a free consultation with our car accident lawyers, contact Robinson & Associates at 410.415.3841 or click www.marylandaccidentattorney.com today for your free consultation. We look forward to helping you.

 

Source: Detroit News

Maryland “Move Over” Law Expands on October 1st

Friday, September 26th, 2014

move over lawSo far in 2014, there have already been 449 incidents involving injured emergency responders. Most people are not aware that the “Move Over” law even exists, and those who know about it frequently do not observe it. It can be tough for officers to actually catch those in violation of the “Move Over” law since they are generally otherwise occupied with whatever the situation is that has them on the side of the road in the first place. After an accident has occurred on a roadway, there is an increased chance of another accident occurring shortly after because of people’s tendency to stop and see what happened. “Rubber necking” frequently results in accidents that are worse than the original accident – and can also cause problems for first responders to an accident.

What Does the “Move Over” Law Expansion Constitute?

The law already states that you should move over into a lane that is not adjacent to an emergency vehicle (i.e. police car, fire truck, ambulance) when that vehicle is responding to an emergency. If it is not feasible for you to move over due to traffic, then you are required to slow down to a “reasonable” speed – obviously the wording is extremely subjective, but we digress. The expansion will include not only emergency vehicles, but also tow trucks. In order to avoid a ticket, we suggest that you start moving over for tow trucks now. The sooner you start following this law, the easier it will be for you to remember to do it once they start pulling people over. Legislators are currently discussing how they plan to have officers enforce the expanded law in the coming months.

Troopers managed to issue 1,165 citations this past June for the original “Move Over” law, which took effect in October of 2010. For the safety of road workers, emergency vehicles, and other first responders, it is best to adhere to this rule. Additionally, if a police officer pulls you over for not abiding by this law, he/she is predisposed to be angry in the first place; do not add fuel to the fire.

Maryland Accident Attorney

If you are a first responder and have been injured as a result, you need to find a good accident attorney lawyer. Your consultation with our lawyers is free and if we can help you, your case will be handled on a contingency fee basis in the case that you are not at fault and are injured, which means no out of pocket expense or cost to you.  For a free consultation with our car accident lawyers, contact Robinson & Associates at 410.415.3841 or click www.marylandaccidentattorney.com today for your free consultation. We look forward to helping you!

Source: LVFD 1

What to Do if You Have a Rental Car Accident in Maryland

Wednesday, September 24th, 2014

rental car accidentNobody likes crashing their car. Trying to get the car taken care of and any injuries compensated is a long tedious process frequently involving lawyers, car insurance companies, repair shops, and doctor offices. The only thing worse than crashing your own car is crashing someone else’s car. People use rentals for all types of things, but they are most frequently used for traveling distances where you need a bigger car or don’t want the mileage on your car. Imagine this scenario: you are 500 miles from home visiting a family member. The rental company gave you a truck that you are not used to and now you need to go on a long distance drive in an unfamiliar vehicle. The likelihood of an accident just increased tenfold. So, what should you do if you are involved in a rental car accident? Well, among the first questions is who is at fault and did you get the rentals insurance from the rental company?

Steps to Take After a Rental Car Accident

  1. Stay at the scene – Just because you are in a different car does not mean that you cannot be found later on. Avoid a hit and run charge by staying at the scene. If the accident is severe, always seek medical attention for the injured parties before you do anything else. This is a piece of advice that you should take whether you are in an accident in your own car or anyone else’s, passenger or driver.
  2. Exchange information and take photos – Take pictures of everything if you have a camera/phone. It can help with insurance problems later on. Provide the other party with your personal insurance information as well as any insurance that you purchased from the rental car company when you first rented the car (it can be advisable to purchase this insurance, although most major credit card companies offer some form of rental insurance).
  3. Let the rental car company know what happened – Do this ASAP, but try not to stress on anything the company says about insurance problems. This can all be taken care of later on when the case actually begins to get moving. Your paperwork/contract should have an emergency number to call if the accident is before or after hours for the rental company.
  4. Contact your lawyer – Not only are you now going to have to deal with two insurance companies, but you are also going to have to answer to the rental company. Everything becomes a little bit more difficult when you have wrecked someone else’s car as opposed to your own. As always it is important to contact an attorney whether the accident is you fault or not so the lawyer can counsel you on the best way to communicate with the various insurance company adjusters.

Finding an Accident Injury Attorney

If you’ve been involved in an accident, your consultation with our lawyers is free and if we can help you, your case will be handled on a contingency fee basis in the case that you are not at fault and are injured, which means no out of pocket expense or cost to you.  For a free consultation with our car accident lawyers, contact Robinson & Associates at 410.415.3841 or click www.marylandaccidentattorney.com today for your free consultation. We look forward to helping you!

Negligent Driver Kills 19-year-old

Wednesday, September 24th, 2014

wrongful death claimIt is hard enough to consider your children out on the road driving. You saw them as infants and knew them far before they were ever able to speak, let alone get behind the wheel of a motor vehicle. What’s even worse is contemplating putting your child on roads with thousands of other drivers who you cannot predict or control. You just have to trust that other people are going to drive safely and obey the laws of the road. However, sometimes things do not go as planned.

19-year-old Chris Goudy had already been in a life-threatening accident about a year ago. He was lucky and survived after a negligent driver ran a red light and caused serious and like threatening injuries to the teen’s sternum, lungs, and ribs. The second time around was even more unfortunate. Goudy was, once again, struck by a driver who ignored a red light and soared right through the intersection. Goudy died shortly after the accident. His mother is grief-stricken and angry with the negligent driver who clearly was not paying attention to what he or she was doing. The question here is – what does the family do now? What to do with negligent drivers that seem to pay less and less attention to the operation of deadly machinery. It used to be that alcohol was the main culprit for such erratic and dangerous behavior but now such tragedies happen as a result of texting while driving the car in broad daylight.

How to Handle a Lawsuit When a Family Member Dies in an Accident

In this case, the driver would have been charged with vehicular manslaughter among other things and the family would have to file a wrongful death claim against him or her. It is important that the family prove that there is a monetary loss in order to recover economic damages in addition to the pain and suffering experienced by the family. In order to prove economic damages such as lost income for the family, the family will have to prove his reasonable earning capacity over his working lifetime. While it is little compensation for the loss of the life of a loved one, it is at least a small piece of justice that the family will be able to take with them through the years. Another piece of evidence that will be important in their case is contributory negligence. If Chris was in any way at fault for the accident (speeding, texting, distracted driving, etc.), then the family may not get any or all of the recovery. Regardless, the family will need a good accident injury attorney.

Baltimore Accident Injury Lawyer

Your consultation with our lawyers is free and if we can help you, your case will be handled on a contingency fee basis in the case that you are not at fault and are injured, which means no out of pocket expense or cost to you.  For a free consultation with our car accident lawyers, contact Robinson & Associates at 410.415.3841 or click www.marylandaccidentattorney.com today for your free consultation. We look forward to helping you.

Source: Fox

Insurance Claims for Passengers in Maryland Car Accidents

Thursday, September 18th, 2014

passenger injuryMost of the cases that you hear about when people sue for car accident injuries involve the driver of either car. Most of the time it is pretty cut and dry. One driver is at fault; the other happened to be on the receiving end. As a passenger in either car, you are also entitled to compensation if you are injured in a car accident. The way you make your claim will be a little different than the way that the drivers makes their claims. Additionally, there will be no black mark against your insurance if you happen to be riding in someone else’s car at the time of the accident. Take these steps to make sure that you find justice and get what you fairly deserve after a Maryland car accident.

How to File A Passenger Injury Claim

  • Call your insurance company. This is the first step to filing any claim for personal injury or for property damage or both. Make sure that you contact your insurance company soon after the accident to get the ball rolling; they will begin an investigation, which will help you in your case. You will originally file a claim against both drivers involved in the accident and the insurance company will generally determine who is at fault. Whose insurance will actually have to pay out will be determined later on when the court or the insurance companies determine fault for the accident.
  • Get medical treatment – Always seek medical treatment immediately after an accident for your health as well as to properly document the claim for the insurance companies. The insurance companies rely heavily on documented injuries, so if you have personal injuries which are not documented in any report, the insurance company will not consider them. Generally speaking, you will not be able to settle the case until the insurance company has fully documented injuries and bills; albeit, sometimes they throw out low ball settlements to get rid of claims early, but it is never a good idea to accept these. When everything is properly documented, it is easier to settle a passenger claim, though there are instances where the insurance company desires to be obstinate and won’t pay fairly.
  • Disputes over fault – Your insurance settlement may be delayed if either party wants to dispute fault; then the case is probably going to court. It will take a while to get everything through the court system. In the meantime, you may need to pay for medical care out of pocket. It is also possible that the driver’s insurance may max out, especially if more than one passenger was injured in the accident so this is another issue to watch in a more serious case.

Maryland Accident Injury Attorney

If you feel that you are being treated unfairly by insurance companies or that you deserve compensation as a passenger in an accident, you need to find a car accident lawyer who can help. Your consultation with our lawyers is free and if we can help you, your case will be handled on a contingency fee basis in the case that you are not at fault and are injured, which means no out of pocket expense or cost to you.  For a free consultation with our car accident lawyers, contact Robinson & Associates at 410.415.3841 or click www.marylandaccidentattorney.com today for your free consultation. We look forward to helping you.

Source: Nolo

How Lawmakers are Attempting to Prepare for New Marijuana Driving Laws in Maryland

Wednesday, September 17th, 2014

marijuana legisationDriving under the influence of drugs or alcohol has largely been banned across the United States. Providing your BAC is under .04%, you generally will not have any significant consequences, but above that, you will generally receive either a DUI or a DWI. Yes, the legal limit published to the public is .08 but in reality it is closer to a zero tolerance. If you have alcohol on your breath you will be asked to exit from your automobile and if/when you fail the field sobriety tests you will be arrested. Once arrested if you blow a .04 or .05, you are still charged with DUI because the police are not going to just let you go and waste all that time. Moreover, if you “fail” the tests adequately, a judge could be convinced of your guilt and therefore find you guilty of DUI on a .04. It is for that reason that we really have close to a zero tolerance but the government just doesn’t say that because of the restaurant lobby and other forces that would be against such a maneuver. Having said that, it is much simpler with alcohol to say “if your BAC is .08 or above, you are intoxicated” than it is to determine this same issue with weed – which officials in Colorado and Washington are finding out. The interesting thing about this is that lawmakers are trying to regulate how much pot you can have in your system and still drive. Being “high” on pot however looks a little different on everyone, and therefore creating regulated marijuana driving laws can be challenging.

Thresholds for THC Levels

At present, Colorado and Washington State have “per se” laws. These laws state that if a person has more than five nanograms of THC per mL of blood, they are considered to be under the influence. Most times, those who smoke marijuana have less than five nanograms of marijuana in their system within 24 hours. However, that means that you would have to wait 24 hours after smoking marijuana to drive – many times after the impairment effects have worn off. Chronic users sometimes will not fall below five nanograms for three days or more, though. Consider this: those who smoke regularly could have to wait a full three days to drive after partaking in marijuana. Sound crazy to you? It should.

The drug affects everyone differently, which means that someone who only has one nanogram of marijuana in their system may be much more impaired than someone who has five nanograms. The whole thing is very subjective and will probably continue to be that way for years to come. However, legislators are forced to come up with marijuana driving laws that “work” for everyone, ie. One size fits all. When that happens, strange results can occur and the wrong people can get caught up in the net. Hopefully scientists and lawmakers will start working together to stop the taboo on marijuana and start actually giving people the facts. That way drivers will better understand how weed will influence them on the roads and how the laws will actually reflect what needs to be done for safety on the roads.

Maryland Car Accident Lawyer

It is important to also note that Colorado’s rate of fatal deaths has decreased in the past year since marijuana was legalized. We advise that you do not partake in any mind altering substance before driving, as it may result bad consequences in addition to a lawsuit against you. If you are involved in an accident involving a mind altering substance, you should contact our lawyers who focus in criminal law as well as car accident injury law.

Your consultation with our lawyers is free and if we can help you, your case will be handled on a contingency fee basis in the case that you are not at fault and are injured, which means no out of pocket expense or cost to you.  For a free consultation with our car accident lawyers, contact Robinson & Associates at 410.415.3841 or click www.marylandaccidentattorney.com today for your free consultation. We look forward to helping you.

What are the Most Common Maryland Accident Injuries?

Wednesday, September 17th, 2014

accident injuryGetting into a car accident can be a vary serious event, both physically and emotionally, as the collateral issues begin to mount up. It can shake your confidence, make you question getting back behind the wheel, and all the while worrying about medical bills, family bills, lost wages, and property damage. Because accidents are so traumatizing, it can be difficult to stay calm directly following an accident, even though that this is the best course of action to take. Many physical injuries are common for Maryland car accidents and generally include neck and back problems at a minimum. If you have been involved in an accident and seek medical attention (which you should, every time, for your health and for insurance purposes), you should make sure that you discuss the likelihood that you have sustained the following injuries with your doctor.

Accident Injuries to Ask Your Doctor About

  • Due to the nature of car accidents, one of the top injuries that you are likely to sustain is a head or neck injury. Sustaining whiplash is not uncommon, especially in rear end accidents or severe accidents. You may not feel symptoms right away or notice that there is any trauma to your head at all, so it is crucial that your doctor checks for these problems after an accident. Typically with this type of injury, the pain and discomfort may not be immediately apparent. It can actually take 3-5 days for the ramifications of this type of injury to register. However, doctors can help identify this for you in terms of reduced range of motion and stiffness. The earlier you seek therapy for these types of injuries, the quicker the healing process can occur. Additionally, there can be more serious types of injuries that may not be apparent, but are life threatening such as internal bleeding or head injuries (covered below). In the case of a significant impact, you should seek medical attention to identify these types of serious and life threatening injuries. For example, a minor headache after an accident could be a concussion or brain injury, which must be quickly identified and properly treated. These are the types of head injuries that you hear skiers fall prey to and they can end very badly if left untreated.

 

  • Back injuries are also very prevalent following an accident. Lower back pain is the number one reason that people call out of work, thus, it makes sense that back injuries should be closely monitored and quickly treated. As indicated, symptoms of a lower back injury can take days or even weeks to evidence themselves, especially if you have a disc out of place. Once it does start hurting, your back to takes weeks to months or longer to heal depending on what the nature of the injury to the back is. A back injury can be devastating when the symptoms start to show, so make sure you get with your doctor as soon as possible when this happens, because timely medical attention to the back can be the difference between months of pain versus weeks of pain.

 

  • The biggest problem for victims of accidents are internal injuries. Sometimes these will show up right away, but more times than not, you will be oblivious to the fact that you have an internal injury. Internal injuries can be fatal and are always extremely dangerous. They need to be treated immediately.

Maryland Accident Injury Lawyer

Whether or not you think that you are injured, we advise you to see a doctor right away. The symptoms of your Maryland accident injury may not show up until later and they could be fatal. After you have contacted a medical professional, your next step should be to contact a Maryland accident injury lawyer.

At Bruce Robinson & Associates we are not afraid to take the fight to court because we know insurance companies are only out for themselves and do not care about the injured parties; they are only interested in their dollars and cents bottom line.

Your consultation with our lawyers is free and if we can help you, your case will be handled on a contingency fee basis, which means no out of pocket expense or cost to you.  For a free consultation with our car accident lawyers, contact Robinson & Associates at 410.415.3841 or click www.marylandaccidentattorney.com today for your free consultation. We look forward to helping you.

Source: Car Accident Info

How is Causation Proved in an Accident Injury Lawsuit?

Wednesday, September 17th, 2014

accident injuryWhat is causation? Causation is defined as the “causal relationship between a particular conduct and result that happens as a result of that conduct.” When discussing causation in law, we are usually talking about how an injury was caused and who is responsible for inflicting that injury. For example, when there is an accident and the Plaintiff has a number of complaints or problems, somebody has to draw the “causal connection” between the accident that occurred and the injuries that resulted therefrom. If you are involved in an accident and are injured, you need to be able to prove causation in order to recover for the damages inflicted. This is one of the reasons that it is so important to go to the hospital after an accident (aside from health purposes, of course). In court, causation tends to be closely tied to negligence, but nonetheless it must be proven by the Plaintiff or his/her case will fail on technical grounds and the Plaintiff will not recover, despite being injured as a result of the defendant’s negligence.

How Can A Maryland Accident Injury Lawyer Prove Causation?

There are four pieces necessary to recover damages in an accident injury or negligence case. They are as follows:

  • Duty of Care
  • Breach of Duty
  • Causation
  • Damages

All four of these things must be proven in order to take your claim to court and win. All drivers have a responsibility known as “duty of care.” These duties of care are laid out in case law and generally by statute. For example, the duty to stop at a red light is statutory. The defendant’s failure to stop at a red light is a breach of the duty laid out by statute. A breach essentially means that you are not driving as carefully as you should by law and your failure to do so must result in actual damage to another driver or person. Every driver who gets behind the wheel agrees to these duties automatically; it is part of securing a driver’s license; it is the pact that you enter into at the MVA. When a person does not dutifully follow all of the duties of care, they are considered to be in breach of duty. Once there is a breach, there still must be an injury or damage to another and that damage must be causally related to the accident.

Breach of duty is also known as negligence. It is possible to be in breach of duty for participating in distracted driving, aggressive driving, or failing to maintain your vehicle. For instance, if your brakes stop working and you rear end someone, you are considered to be negligent for not properly caring for your brakes. Causation itself speaks to the injury or damage that happens as a result of a person being in breach of duty. Finally, we have damages. Damages can refer to the physical damages to your person, the vehicle or property in question, as well as pain and suffering or psychological damage.

If there is causation to link the accident to the resulting damage, you can collect for damages and get justice for the accident that you were involved in. Your accident injury attorney will be able to help with this.

Maryland Accident Injury Attorney

At Bruce Robinson & Associates we are not afraid to take your fight to court because we know insurance companies are only out for themselves and do not care about the injured parties; they are only interested in their dollars and cents bottom line.

Your consultation with our lawyers is free and if we can help you, your case will be handled on a contingency fee basis, which means no out of pocket expense or cost to you.  For a free consultation with our car accident lawyers, contact Robinson & Associates at 410.415.3841 or click www.marylandaccidentattorney.com today for your free consultation. We look forward to helping you.

Source: Nolo

What Can I Do After an Accident with an Uninsured Driver in Maryland?

Friday, September 12th, 2014

underinsured driverYou are required to have liability insurance for your vehicle in Maryland; presently the minimum limit of coverage is $30,000.00. In fact, most car dealerships will not sell a vehicle to you if you do not have proof of insurance. So one has to ask – how do people get away with being uninsured? Those that cannot afford insurance will either get insurance long enough to register their vehicle and then drop the company or claim that they are not driving their vehicle at all and have it insured for a couple of dollars a month as a sitting vehicle or get cancelled by the company, or misrepresent the situation to the MVA in order to obtain tags. You have a couple of options if an uninsured or underinsured driver strikes and injures you.

Tips for Handling an Accident with an Uninsured Driver in Maryland

  • Get coverage. Insurance policies sold in Maryland will always have a UM or UIM coverage associated with any policy that your purchase. If you do not buy the minimum coverage, however, there is not much that you can do so it is important to carry auto insurance not only to protect others but to protect yourself as well as to operate within the bounds of the law. Insurance companies will still try to low ball your accident recovery in the event of an accident. Even if you are only slightly at fault, your insurance company will fight you tooth and nail in order to limit or deny payment. It can be a long, hard road after an accident if the other party is uninsured or underinsured.
  • Take it to court. First, remember that if the party that you are going after does not have insurance, they likely are not going to have the money to pay you for the damages that they inflicted upon you or your vehicle. That being said, the way that you are most likely to receive compensation is to take your case to court. You will need a effective and aggressive car accident attorney to help you recover what you legally and equitably deserve. If the court determines that you are at fault in any way, though, you are not going to recover in Maryland so it is important to retain experienced counsel for advice. For example, in most states if you are considered to be 10% at fault, you will only collect 90% of the recovery money. However, Maryland is one of the few states left that will completely deny recovery if you are 1% at fault for your accident.

Retaining an Accident Attorney in Maryland

Make sure that you seek aggressive counsel and that you and your accident attorney are on the same page regarding your wants and needs in an accident. At Bruce Robinson & Associates we are not afraid to take the fight to court because we know insurance companies are only out for themselves and do not care about the injured parties; they are only interested in their dollars and cents bottom line.

Your consultation with our lawyers is free and if we can help you, your case will be handled on a contingency fee basis, which means no out of pocket expense or cost to you.  For a free consultation with our car accident lawyers, contact Robinson & Associates at 410.415.3841 or click www.marylandaccidentattorney.com today for your free consultation. We look forward to helping you.

Source: Accident Law

How to Retain a Maryland Accident Attorney

Friday, September 12th, 2014

accident attorneyHave you ever searched the term “Baltimore accident attorney” in Google? You will pull up a couple million results of attorneys that profess to win nearly every case and encouraged that you will come out triumphant. A good and ethical attorney will never guarantee you anything, but they will absolutely work with you for the best outcome. When searching for a Maryland accident attorney, you need to be sure that you do your homework and find out everything you can about the firm that will be representing you before you decide to take them with you into the courtroom. If, by chance, you do retain an attorney that you do not click with, you can always make the switch to someone who listens to what you want and works closely with you. In that case, the two attorneys involved in your case will usually work together to split the lawyer fees in some fashion, meaning you will not have to part with any additional money. Letting your old accident lawyer go should not be a difficult process as new counsel can often assist in getting that done. That being said, we have some tips to help you find the right Baltimore accident attorney the first time!

Tips for Finding a Good Accident Attorney

  1. Find an attorney that focuses on accident cases. Your lawyer may focus their practice in more than one thing, but you want to find an attorney who is aggressive and trained in accident law. You want to choose someone who knows how to handle insurance companies and knows how best to work up your case for maximum recovery either by settlement or trial. To that end, make sure you retain a personal injury firm that is not afraid to take your case to trial. Some lawyers/firms are hesitant to take a case to trial for whatever reason and this will effect your ability to achieve maximum recovery.
  2. Talk to your friends and family. Word of mouth can be biased, but sometimes you need that bias. If your friends and family have had similar cases to yours and have worked with a lawyer who secured a good outcome, it can’t hurt to at least have a conversation with that attorney. You know he or she has the experience.
  3. Check your local bar association – Bar associations can help you find local attorneys who specialize in certain fields. They can give you a starting point, if nothing else. You will need to sift through a few lawyers and make sure that you sit down and have a conversation with them before you decide to retain their counsel. Different lawyers may click better or give you a different feeling about your case. Some are far more customer oriented then others, this is important when you desire to speak with your lawyer about your case.

Maryland Accident Attorney

The first conversation that you have with any attorney should be free. You both need a chance to get to know each other and discuss the case to make sure that you have the same goals in mind. If you have been involved in an accident, a good car accident lawyer can make all the difference when it comes to getting a fair insurance recovery. Make sure that you seek aggressive counsel and that you and your accident attorney are on the same page. At Robinson & Associates we prefer the fight because we know insurance companies are only out for themselves and do not care about the injured party, not in the least. It is all about dollars and cents to them. Our consultation on your case is free and if we can help you, your case will be handled on a contingency fee basis, which means no out of pocket expense or cost to you.  For a free consultation with our car accident lawyers, contact Robinson & Associates at 410.415.3841 or click www.marylandaccidentattorney.com today for your free and confidential consultation. We look forward to helping you.

Source: Legal Careers