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Filing Multiple Injury Claims In Maryland


Accidents are upsetting events that can leave victims grappling with physical pain, emotional distress, and financial burdens. If this is true for you and you suspect multiple claims will need to move forward in order for you to be made whole again, the days and months ahead of you may be overwhelming.

But when you meet with a Baltimore personal injury lawyer, they will listen closely to your situation and guide you through the process of seeking a settlement following an accident injury. Often one claim will connect you with the financial recovery you need, but in other circumstances multiple injury claims are applicable.

Situations Involving Multiple Claims

When you’ve suffered an injury due to someone else’s negligence, moving to connect with financial funds to manage accident expenses is a common course of action. A settlement is a negotiated agreement between the injured party and the at-fault party or their insurance company. It typically involves compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other related damages.

Filing a single injury claim is the standard approach for recovery, but there are certain situations that may warrant pursuing multiple claims, including the following.

  • Multiple responsible parties. If there is a Maryland car crash with multiple drivers at fault or a slip and fall on premises maintained by different entities, you may need to file separate injury claims against each party to hold everyone properly accountable.
  • More than one injury type. Depending on the situation, it may be appropriate to file separate claims for specific injuries, such as if an orthopedic injury was sustained for one reason and brain harm was suffered for another.
  • Pre-existing conditions aggravated. Individuals who were already dealing with an existing medical condition may find it worsened due to the accident, and in those situations there may be a path to filing a claim specific to the aggravation of that pre-existing condition.

All claims will be fortified with a strong causational link, meaning it’s essential to establish a clear link between the accident and the injuries sustained or the exacerbation of a pre-existing condition.

Assessing the Viability of One or More Claims

Whether your injury recovery will lean on one claim or multiple claims, a legal professional can evaluate the circumstances of your case and determine how to optimize your path to a full and fair settlement. Part of this process will be assessing the viability of filing multiple injury claims, identifying potentially responsible parties, and assessing the strength of each claim.

Once a value is put on your claims, skilled Baltimore personal injury lawyers are adept at negotiating with insurance companies to secure fair settlements. They can present a compelling case for each claim, maximizing the chances of obtaining the compensation you deserve.

Could multiple injury claims be the solution to your high accident expenses? Don’t let the complexity of the process deter you, there are professionals to assist you each step of the way. Consult with the attorneys at Iamele & Iamele, LLP to secure the compensation you rightfully deserve. Contact us to book your fee-free appointment.

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