What is the value of my car crash case in Maryland?

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A lawyer will help set your expectations of the value of any injury. You are entitled to an award of economic damages – medical bills, lost wages, prescriptions, rental car charges, as examples; and non economic damages – pain, suffering, inconvenience, physical impairment, disfigurement and loss of consortium. A lawyer with experience can help establish what the value is by having tried numerous cases in the same jurisdiction. The insurance company will also consider the amount of property damage, and prior health conditions. Contact an experienced trial attorney today if you or a loved one have been injured in a crash. Every case is unique, and an experienced attorney will work hard to maximize your recovery. So see a lawyer immediately after a car crash, do not wait. Contact the Jaklitsch Law Group if you have any questions, www.JaklitschLawGroup.com

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