Serious Personal Injuries

Each year, millions of people in the United States are injured in accidents. Many of these accidents are unfortunately caused by the preventable carelessness or even malicious intent of others. The law protects those harmed by negligent parties and allows the injured to seek compensation for their suffering.  If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident resulting from negligence or intentional harm, you may be entitled to receive just compensation for your physical and psychological injuries.

The best personal injury case is the one where the accident is not your fault and you recover fully from whatever injuries you sustained as a result of the other person’s negligence.  In that case your damages, i.e., the consequences of the negligence, will be not great—but that is a good thing.

The worst personal injury case is where you or a loved one suffers death or serious personal injury at the hands of another; and, the negligent party is uninsured (or has only the minimum requisite coverage) and insolvent.  Although your loss and damages may be great, the ability to recover the compensation due you does not exist.  You can guard against this contingency by making sure you have sufficient coverage in your own automobile insurance policy for “uninsured or underinsured motorist coverage.”  If the negligent party does not have adequate liability coverage to compensate you for your loss, your policy will “kick in” to the extent of the policy limits.

After any injury, the main focus is on your physical recovery, and that is the function of your doctor and health care providers.  To protect your legal rights and recourse, and to make certain that you are taking all of the necessary actions to process and prosecute your claim, you should contact a qualified personal injury lawyer.  If you are involved in an accident and suffer only minimal injuries, you may be able to negotiate a settlement with the insurance carrier without engaging counsel; however, if you have any questions or concerns a consultation with personal injury counsel is advised.

Our law firm handles serious personal injury cases.  Our skilled injury attorneys will take the time to learn every aspect of your case and evaluate your loss and damages, including future consequences and damages which may harm you for years to come including pain, emotional trauma and subsequent injuries.  With this knowledge, our firm can properly evaluate the full extent of the damage and assist in the determination of an appropriate demand for your loss.

In far too many cases, one’s rights are permanently forfeited because the injured person believed what he or she was told by the insurance company.  Insurance companies will employ significant resources to challenge your claim in order to maximize their profits.  With powerful legal teams and years of experience, these large corporations often have the edge when dealing with the injured.   In such circumstances, you take a tremendous risk if you don’t have solid legal counsel and representation on your side.  Our firm can help to level the playing field and will work diligently to ensure you receive the compensation you deserve.

While our personal injury law firm cannot undo injury or suffering, we can help obtain significant damages for our injured clients.  We are dedicated to obtaining the very best recovery possible for you through experienced, professional and aggressive representation.

Robins & Robins, P.A. based in Salisbury, MD serves the Delmarva Peninsula and Maryland ‘s Eastern Shore including Wicomico, Somerset, Worcester, Dorchester and Talbot Counties.

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