Frequently Asked Questions – Personal Injury Maryland

Frequently Asked Questions - Personal Injury Maryland

What is the value of my case?

There are different types of damages that impact the value of your case. Damages may include compensation for pain and suffering, past medical bills, future medical costs, and/or lost wages.

Do I pay a fee?

My initial consultation is free and if I accepts your case, I will advance all the costs to bring the the lawsuit. There is no cost to you unless I win the case for you. The costs are deducted from the money that I recover for you. Therefore, if I do not recover money in your case then you do not have to pay back the costs I paid.

Do I have to sue today?

Each type of case has different time limitations to file a lawsuit. This limitation is known as the statute of limitations. Call me to discuss the specifics of your case and determine how much time you have to file suit.

Can you request my medical records?

With your written authorization, I will order and obtain the medical records necessary to evaluate your claim.

Do I have a medical malpractice case?

Here is a list of common medical outcomes and mistakes that may be caused by Medical malpractice : Birth injury (Brain damage, cerebral palsy and Erb’s palsy); Wrongful death; Surgical errors; Emergency room mistakes; Misdiagnosis and delayed diagnosis; Anesthesia errors; Failure to treat blood infections (Sepsis); Infectious diseases; Pulmonary embolism (blood clots); Pediatric malpractice; and Medication errors. How do I know if I have a medical malpractice? Medical malpractice is injury or death that is a result of failure by a physician or hospital to render treatment according to professional standards of care. If you suspect that you have a case, let me and my medical professionals evaluate your case and determine if you have being the victim of malpractice. Call now to discuss 410-849-9529

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