Car Accident FAQs
For anyone who has ever had the misfortune to be involved in a negligence-related traffic accident — especially in crashes that resulted in serious injury to the driver and/or passengers — questions certainly abound regarding medical treatment, as well as the legal aspects of an injury-related automobile, motorcycle or trucking accident. As Baltimore personal injury lawyers, the legal team at Lebowitz & Mzhen, LLC, has fielded questions from hundreds of traffic accident victims over the years.
We understand how helpless people can feel following a serious injury accident; not knowing what their future looks like from a medical standpoint, not to mention the financial implication of medical treatments and extended hospitalization. There is no simple answer to many questions, but speaking to a skilled Maryland personal injury attorney can often allay many victims’ immediate fears about legal recourse and becoming financially whole again.
If you or a family member has been seriously hurt in a Maryland roadway collision caused by another negligent motorist, our seasoned lawyers can provide valuable advice and counsel. Your future and that of your family should not rest on assumptions or third-party advice. You owe it to yourself to seek legal information from qualified professionals. At Lebowitz & Mzhen, LLC, our experience in personal injury law can help victims of negligence-based highway accidents recover damages they deserve under the laws of the State of Maryland.
The following links to Frequently Asked Questions may provide some answers to your pressing questions. Even so, it is always important to speak face-to-face with an attorney who has experience litigating traffic-related personal injury claims. We always welcome inquiries from victims of Maryland car accidents and encourage you to take advantage of our free, no-obligation initial consultation policy. Taking the time to explain your case to one of our personal injury legal experts can be the first step toward a successful auto accident claim and a more certain future for you and your family.