A motorcycle accident attorney in Aberdeen, MD, can help you better understand your legal options based on the injuries you suffered and the facts of your case. At the Law Offices of Adam M. Smallow, our team is ready to speak with you about your collision now. We will review your case for free.
We represent motorcycle accident victims, filing their insurance claims or suing the at-fault driver to recover money for the damages they suffered. We can discuss your collision, rights, injuries, and legal options for justice for free today.
Law Offices of Adam M. Smallow Will Manage Your Aberdeen, MD, Accident Claim
An Aberdeen personal injury lawyer from MD Accident Law can help you get your life back to normal – or as normal as possible – following a motorcycle crash. We do not believe your family should have to shoulder the psychological or financial burden of an accident you did not cause.
Not only will our law firm handle your legal case, but we can also help you get the medical care and support you need. We can suggest highly qualified doctors and therapists to address your specific accident injuries. We only recommend providers we would see ourselves.
Many potential clients worry they could never afford our representation, but there are a few things you need to know:
- We provide complimentary initial consultations so that you can learn more about your options.
- Our fee agreements include contingency fees. We do not ask for a retainer or other upfront payments.
- We get our attorney’s fees from the compensation we recover. We do not get paid unless we win.
When our firm takes over your case, we ensure you know how to get in touch with our team for any concerns you may have. We are available to our clients 24/7. You will have access to our phone number, email address, and unique text number monitored around the clock.
For a free legal consultation with a motorcycle accidents lawyer serving Aberdeen, call (410)886-6215
We Understand the Impact Your Motorcycle Accident Had on Your Everyday Life
Our team knows how challenging it can be to focus on recovering from your physical injuries when the effects of a motorcycle accident impact your and your family’s life every day. We can help you with this by taking over the legal and financial aspects of things and seeking compensation for your outstanding bills and monetary losses. This could include:
- Current and future related medical costs
- Ongoing care, if needed
- Lost income, including if you cannot return to work
- Other related expenses and losses
We also seek compensation for your intangible losses, which are also called non-economic damages. This includes your pain and suffering, diminished quality of life, and more.
Our team at the Law Offices of Adam M. Smallow also manages wrongful death actions. If you lost a member of your immediate family in an Aberdeen motorcycle accident, we will review your options for seeking damages that include:
- Medical bills
- Funeral and burial costs
- Lost income
- Lost services
- Other non-economic losses your family experienced because of your loved one’s death
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Liability for an Aberdeen, Maryland, Motorcycle Collision
Maryland law makes it challenging to hold at-fault motorists responsible if you contributed to the accident or your injuries at all. For example, you might be partially liable if you were speeding, even if the accident occurred because the other driver ran a red light. If these accusations arise in your case, we will need to act quickly to mitigate them.
Maryland’s contributory negligence law could bar you from financial recovery if you are even one percent responsible for the crash. Not wearing a helmet might be considered contributory negligence, as well, in some cases. Maryland requires helmets for all motorcyclists under Md. Transp. Code § 21-1306.
We may be able to prove that the other driver is 100 percent liable for your accident and injuries by showing:
- They had a duty of care to act in a certain way, usually according to traffic law.
- They breached this duty, violating the law and acting carelessly.
- This caused your collision.
- You suffered physical and financial harm, as well as psychological damages because of the crash.
These are the four factors of negligence. If we can provide evidence to show the other driver was negligent, we can generally hold them liable and get justice for our client. This may be possible through an out-of-court settlement with that driver’s insurance company or through a Harford County civil lawsuit.
We usually work to settle these cases for our clients, reducing the stress and time a trial would involve. However, when necessary, our trial team will present a strong suit to the judge and jury and request a fair and just payout in court.
How Soon do I Need to Consider My Legal Options for Recovery?
We need to get started on building your Aberdeen motorcycle accident case as quickly as possible after the crash. Gathering evidence only becomes harder as time passes. It is more difficult to canvass for witnesses, identify video footage of the crash, and complete other time-sensitive tasks with each passing day.
There are also deadlines for filing a lawsuit, so we need to try to reach a fair settlement agreement before time expires. Missing these deadlines could bar you from financial recovery. In general, the deadlines in these cases are three years from:
- The date of the accident in an injury case under Cts. & Jud. Proc. Code § 5-101
- The date of death in a wrongful death case under Cts. & Jud. Proc. Code § 3-904
Some exceptions exist, so it is a good idea to connect with our team as soon as your injuries allow for your complimentary consultation.
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Our Team Will Explain Your Rights After an Aberdeen, MD, Motorcycle Crash
You can reach the team from the Law Offices of Adam M. Smallow today at no cost to you. Call (410) 777-8960 to connect with our traffic accident attorneys.
We will assess your legal rights and options for seeking compensation during a free case review. Then, we can represent your best interests and fight for the financial recovery you deserve based on your expenses and losses.