Maryland Personal Injury Lawyers

Your Guide To Maryland Injury Law

Maryland personal injury law is complex and covers a wide area of cases. If you have been injured, or lost a loved one in Maryland, we encourage you to explore these page to learn about your rights. As trial lawyers, we have a track record for recovering substantial financial awards for our clients in all types of cases, and we're happy to sit down with you to discuss your situation and options.

Extensive experience representing clients in Maryland

The laws governing personal injury vary based on jurisdiction, therefore it is important to hire an attorney who knows the intricacies of the law of your state. Gilman & Bedigian has extensive experience practicing personal injury law and representing clients in the state and federal courts of Maryland.

Our attorneys have handled most types of personal injury cases including, but not limited to: asbestos medical malpractice, car accidents, nursing home abuse and negligence, construction site accidents, truck accidentsdog bitesslip and falls accidents, drowning and swimming pool accidents, wrongful death, and defective products. We have an excellent track record in Maryland. In fact, our named partner, H. Briggs Bedigian, won one of the largest jury verdicts in the history of the state in a medical malpractice case.

One of the main things to be aware of when filing a personal injury case in Maryland is the concept of contributory negligence. This means that if a plaintiff has been negligent and contributed towards their injuries in some way, then the plaintiff may be barred from recovering damages from the defendant. Because every case is unique, whether or not contributory negligence will apply depends largely on the circumstances of each situation. This section discusses how a typical personal injury case would progress, frequently asked questions about the claims process, and personal injury laws in Maryland. Call us to discuss your case. We offer a free consultation.

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If someone you are close to has been seriously injured or worse, you are naturally devastated not only by what has happened, but by the effect that the injury or loss has had on you and your family. At a time when you're vulnerable, traumatized and emotionally exhausted, you need a team that will support you through the often complex process that lies ahead.