Baltimore Personal Injury Attorneys
Heart disease and cancer may take the lives of most Americans overall, but among certain age groups, such as persons aged 1-44, injury and violence is the leading cause of death. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly 200,000 people die from injuries and violence in the U.S. every year, including over 33,000 in motor vehicle crashes. When injuries occur because of another person’s negligence, a corporation’s greed, or a doctor’s lack of competence or medical care, justice demands that the responsible party be held accountable and made to compensate the injured victim for the harm they caused. This is the essence of personal injury law, and for over 40 years the personal injury attorneys at Iamele & Iamele, LLP have been helping the people of Baltimore and surrounding areas get the compensation and care they need and deserve.
Comprehensive personal injury lawyers
Our team of attorneys serve clients throughout Baltimore, Howard, Anne Arundel and Prince George’s counties in every type of personal injury matter. Our experience and ability extends to all of the following areas, among others:
- Car Accidents
- Truck Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Bicycle Accidents
- Pedestrian Accidents
- Nursing Home Injuries
- Medical Malpractice
- Defective Product Injuries
- On the Job Injuries, including workers’ compensation
- Wrongful Death
We handle the most serious injuries, including brain and spinal injuries, burns, fractures, amputations, and scarring and disfiguring injuries. Catastrophic injuries often leave the victim with a lifetime of additional expenses, medical issues and challenges to daily living. Having skilled and experienced attorneys on your side is important to making sure all costs and damages are considered and included in your claim.
Why You Need an Experienced Baltimore Personal Injury Attorney to Help with Your Claim
As the victim of another’s negligence or misconduct which caused your injury, you have the ability to bring a legal claim against the responsible party. The law holds responsible parties accountable by making them pay legal damages to compensate an injured party for the harm done to them. This compensation may include coverage of present and future medical expenses, lost income for temporary or permanent disability, pain and suffering, loss of quality of life and more.
Unfortunately, obtaining this compensation is not always easy, and the law places the burden on the injured party to prove every aspect of the case, including the defendant’s negligence, the cause of your injury, and the extent of your damages. Defendants and their insurance companies will try to minimize the amount of damage you suffered or claim your injuries came from some other incident. They may also try to pin the blame on you for causing the accident. In most states, this would reduce the amount of damages you can collect, but in Maryland, being labeled as responsible for any part in the accident can prevent you from collecting any compensation at all from the negligent party.
An experienced personal injury attorney will be able to build and present a strong case that proves the other party’s liability and defeats any insurance company arguments that your own negligence in any way contributed to the accident or injury. At Iamele & Iamele, LLP, our reputation as trial lawyers helps us prepare a strong case that is well-positioned to bring about a favorable settlement, and if settlement cannot be reached, we are ready to take the case all the way to a jury verdict to get the best results for our clients.
Contact Iamele & Iamele in Baltimore for any Maryland Personal Injury Claim
If you or a loved one has been harmed by the negligence or wrongful conduct of another, don’t wait to contact an attorney. Your time to file a claim is limited, and the sooner you get an experienced attorney working on your case, the better your chances of recovering the maximum amount of compensation to deal with your injuries. In Baltimore, call Iamele & Iamele, LLP for a free consultation at 410-779-6160.