Personal Injury Attorneys in Bowie & Crofton, Maryland
If you were injured as a result of someone else’s negligence, you have the right to pursue compensation for your financial losses and pain and suffering. However, like many accident victims, you may face certain obstacles when seeking the compensation you deserve. Working with a skilled personal injury attorney can help you.
At the Law Office of Kari Holm Fawcett, we provide results-oriented representation for accident victims in Bowie, Crofton, and elsewhere in Maryland. Our team is dedicated to helping clients seek the medical care and compensation they need to successfully recover from their injuries. Get in touch with us if you were recently injured in Prince George's County, Anne Arundel County, Calvert County, Charles County, Montgomery County, Howard County, or anywhere else in the surrounding area.
Common Causes of Personal Injuries
Injuries can occur anywhere, including on the road, in the home, or out in public. We have represented clients who have been harmed in a wide range of circumstances, including:
Other acts of negligence
If you need help pursuing compensation for a serious injury, contact us today to schedule a free consultation. We’re ready to look into the details of your case and fight for the maximum amount of damages you deserve.
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Damages Available for Personal Injuries in Maryland
In a Maryland personal injury claim, you may be eligible to recover economic, and non-economic damages, wrongful death damages, and punitive damages.
Economic damages are quantifiable and are therefore easier to prove in an insurance claim. They are meant to cover the costs associated with:
Future medical expenses
Loss of earning capacity
Non-economic damages cannot be quantified dollar-for-dollar. They are awarded to help injury victims compensate for things that do not have assigned a monetary value, including:
Physical and emotional pain and suffering
Physical impairment or disfigurement
Decreased quality of life
Loss of consortium or companionship
Wrongful Death Damages
If you are pursuing compensation for your loved one’s wrongful death, you may be able to recover damages for the following:
Medical expenses prior to death
Loss of financial contribution
Loss of consortium or companionship
Loss of services and support
It is perfectly reasonable to want to hold the person who caused your injury responsible for their actions. If the court finds your injury resulted from intentional, reckless, or grossly negligent behavior, the at-fault party may be ordered to pay you punitive damages.
Statute of Limitations for Maryland Injury Claims
In the state of Maryland, you have three years from the date you were injured to file a claim. The sooner you file, the sooner you may be able to recover compensation. Start the process today by contacting us at the Law Office of Kari Holm Fawcett.
Helping You Rebuild Your Life
Having handled numerous personal injury cases, we understand the stress, anxiety, and uncertainty that a person may face in the aftermath of a serious accident. We will work diligently to help you pursue the fair compensation and medical care you need.
When representing you, our team will conduct a thorough investigation of the accident, identify all possible sources of insurance compensation, and place a value on your losses. We will then seek the best possible settlement or jury award for you.
No Recovery, No Fee
We accept personal injury and wrongful death cases on contingency. This means you will owe an attorney fee only if we help you secure compensation. Reach out to us today to learn more about our contingency fee structure.
Work With an Experienced Legal Team
When you need to seek compensation for an injury in Bowie or Crofton, Maryland, reach out to us at the Law Office of Kari Holm Fawcett. We're ready to use our decades of combined experience to help you seek the full amount you deserve.
Schedule a free consultation with us today. We proudly serve clients in Prince George's County, Anne Arundel County, Calvert County, Charles County, Montgomery County, Howard County, and their surrounding areas.