Robinson & Associates Maryland Car Accident Attorneys
If you’re out of work due to extensive injuries as a result of an automobile accident, our team of experienced auto accident lawyers can help by:
- Helping you to obtain proper medical treatment
- Assessing your accident
- Examining medical evidence pertaining to injury evaluation
- Calculating your losses
- Maximizing the compensation you recover
Our accident lawyers can clearly explain all of your legal options and discuss the best way to proceed with your case.
If you were in a minor accident, you may not need a lawyer. However, even if you don’t need our services, our consultations are free. If you’re not certain whether or not you need counsel, contact our firm today to learn more.
You will benefit from counsel provided by experienced lawyers if you have been in a serious auto accident. Unfortunately, many insurance providers and claims adjusters will try to take advantage of victims who don’t have legal representation. In most cases, an insurance provider isn’t going to look out for a victim’s best interests. Without consulting with an experienced lawyer, it’s very unlikely that a victim will come out ahead financially, after a serious accident.
Our team is here to answer all of your questions. If you hire us to represent you, there will be no advanced payments or upfront fees required. In the end, if you don’t recover anything, you won’t owe us. We work on a contingency fee basis and are here to get you the best results possible.
Car Injury Lawyer Services
Our firm is known throughout Maryland for our expertise. We have a high success rate of over ninety-nine percent and have won thousands of auto injury cases over the years. We handle all the major, complex cases that other firms are not equipped to handle.
Common Automobile Accidents
Below, you’ll find information concerning many of the common types of cases we handle on a daily basis.
This type of accident will occur when a driver collides with a car in front of them. This accident can be minor in nature, or very severe. The severity of the accident will often depend on the speed at which the other vehicle was moving, in addition to the specific circumstances in which the accident occurred. In many instances, the driver of the automobile that rear-ended the other vehicle is at fault. These collisions will usually occur when one driver is following another too closely.
These accidents are also commonly referred to as T-bone collisions. When this type of accident occurs, one vehicle is hit by the rear or front of another vehicle. In many cases, this type of broadside collision can result in severe injuries for both drivers.
When a vehicle is sideswiped one side of the vehicle is hit by another, usually while both vehicles are traveling in the same direction. A driver failing to check their blind spot prior to making a lane change is the most common cause of a sideswipe accident. If at a lower speed, this type of collision may result in minor cosmetic damage. When traveling at a higher speed, the injuries can be severe.
When two vehicles collide directly with each other when traveling in opposite directions it’s referred to as a head-on collision. Even at a lower speed, this type of automobile accident can result in serious injuries or death.
Single Automobile Accidents
With a single vehicle accident, only one car will be involved and it can be a direct result of a vehicle veering off the motorway or colliding with a stationary object. This type of accident can also be caused by a driver error that results from fatigue or intoxication, or it can occur as a result of certain external factors such as inclement weather or unsafe road conditions.
This accident can occur when one car is overturned as the result of a departure from the roadway or a collision. These accidents are usually severe and result in serious injuries or death.
Hit and Run
A hit and run accident can involve any type of accident in which a driver is involved in a collision and tries to flee the scene.
Common Injuries Sustained in an Automobile Accident
Automobile accidents are among the most common cause of personal injury in America. Each year, over five million accidents occur in the country. While car manufacturers are continuing to implement features that are life-saving in their new releases each year, injuries caused by vehicle collisions still remain a serious risk to motorists. Below, you’ll find a list of many of the common personal injuries that are a result of an automobile accident.
Whiplash is one of the most common injuries sustained in an automobile accident. This spinal injury occurs when an impacted car causes the driver’s head to be thrown to the side, backward, or forward. The velocity of these movements can cause severe strain on the ligaments and muscles of the upper back and neck.
Over time, many cases of whiplash will resolve themselves, yet there are some instances in which this type of injury can be permanently disabling. Additionally, the trauma linked with the collision can cause a wide range of damage to the lower and upper back, as well as the soft tissues. In some cases, whiplash can be associated with skeletal trauma or a herniated disc. Long recovery periods are common in these cases and can require ongoing treatment in the form of long-term pain management, physical therapy, or surgery.
Severe injuries to the spine are also common and considered one of the most expensive automobile accident injuries to treat. Significant trauma to the spine can cause death, or total or partial paralysis. In some patients, this type of injury cannot be fully corrected, which results in a permanent disability that prevents the victim from engaging in everyday activities, their ability to care for themselves, and their inability to work.
Head and Brain Trauma
Almost twenty percent of traumatic brain injuries in America are caused by automobile accidents. Traumatic brain injuries, or TBIs, can occur when a rapid movement of the skull forces the brain to collide with the hard surface of the skull. This injury can cause soft tissue damage to the brain. This can result in bleeding of the brain, swelling, and extensive bruising, in addition to other severe conditions, including minor to major skull fractures. In most cases, the victim will experience visible symptoms or immediate unconsciousness. But for some, the damage caused may be difficult to diagnose since the victim does not experience any symptoms of the damage until several weeks later.
Other Auto Accident Related Injuries
Other common automobile accident related injuries can include:
- Broken bones
- Minor and serious sprains
- Facial injuries
- Psychological injuries
How An Accident Attorney Can Help
Our firm’s expert personal injury attorneys specialize in automobile accidents. Our lawyers and staff will investigate the circumstances of an accident and fight for maximum damages to ensure that our clients get the compensation they need to cover pain and suffering, lost wages, medical bills, and ongoing treatment, if needed. We can also negotiate with your insurance company and make certain that you get a good deal.
Hire the Leading Automobile Lawyers in Maryland
In order to have your case evaluated, speak with one of our personal injury specialists who have a thorough understanding of the complexities of auto accident claims. We have been winning major cases for out clients for decades. Contact us today for a free initial consultation. If you’re worried that you can’t afford an attorney, you can rest assured that we will not demand any upfront costs. The initial consultation is free and we can arrange for payments made on a contingency basis. This means we will not receive a dime unless you get paid by going to trial and winning your case or by accepting a settlement.
Our team of lawyers are dedicated to helping injured people such as yourself to receive full compensation after an accident. Our primary focus is our client’s rights, which is why we always go for the maximum compensation in personal injury cases. We’re a team that has the resources and experience to handle a wide range of personal injury claims and we understand that each client has unique goals and needs. We can help to get you full compensation for:
- Loss of wages
- Out of pocket expenses that are a direct result of the accident
- Pain and suffering
- Loss of future earning capacity
- Future and past medical costs
- Mental trauma
- Emotional distress
Experience When It Matters
Our decades of personal injury experience, resources, and legal strategies and skills are what makes us so successful in achieving maximum recovery for our clients. Our lawyers will treat every case with the same level of care and attention. We’ll work hard to resolve your case, obtaining the best outcome possible. We know that a serious accident can have a huge impact on your day to day life, your finances, and your quality of life. We’re a team of experienced personal injury attorneys who will fight for your rights.
Contact an Experienced Auto Accident Lawyer Today
If you or a family member has suffered injuries as a result of an automobile accident that was caused by another party, then our legal team can help. Our lawyers specialize in handling all types of auto accidents. We also have decades of experience and can help you recover any costs associated with your accident including medical expenses and lost wages. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation and find out how we can help.