Maryland / D.C. Personal Injury Lawyer, MD Auto Accident Lawyers
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Our lawyers have been cited on television, radio and by major national newspapers.
We have litigated and settled millions of dollars in claims for our clients. Personal injury, product liability, defective products, serious injury, (MD) Maryland auto accident and (MD)Maryland medical malpractice cases.
Our team of lawyers is directed by Henry E. Weil, Esq., a Board Certified Trial Lawyer licensed in Maryland and Washington, D.C. He is a life member of Who's Who and recognized nationwide for his experience as a civil trial lawyer.
What is Personal Injury?
Personal injury refers to the area of law that seeks to protect victims who are harmed by the failure of another to do or not do something that causes injury. A personal injury claim can be filed for injury incurred by an individual either physically or mentally, and it can sometimes include damage to property.
Types of Personal Injury Cases
Although it is not all-inclusive, the following list offers examples of the types of cases that may be considered personal injury claims.
- Maryland Slip and fall injury
- Maryland Nursing home negligence
- Maryland Automobile accident
- Maryland Defective product injury
- Exposure to toxic material
- Maryland Medical malpractice
- Maryland and DC Wrongful death
- Maryland Drug injury
- Maryland Job injury caused by another
- Maryland Dog bite case
Liability and Damages
There are two basic elements in every personal injury case: liability and damages.
You must prove before you can recover damages that the other person was negligent.
Once you resolve that issue the amount of damages becomes important.
Grounds of Personal Injury Claims
Liability and damages can be established on several bases.
- Negligence - When a case is filed for the failure or omission of another we call that a tort.
This is where the defendant is accused of causing the injury by failing to prevent
it. An example would be an accusation that a property owner failed to clear ice
off a sidewalk. Another example would be someone who was speeding and caused an
- Intentional Wrong - Intentional wrongs can sometimes be brought
as civil, personal injury claims apart from any criminal charges the defendant may
The law firm of Belli, Weil & Grozbean, P.C. have experienced attorneys who
know the law and how to maximize your recovery in personal injury litigation, or
an attorney who specializes in a specific area of personal injury law (such as an
auto accident lawyer or a defective product attorney) may advise victims concerning
the most appropriate grounds for filing their individual claims. Our firm handles
serious personal injuries where someone has suffered substantial damages.
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