Can I Still Hire a Lawyer After My Car Accident?

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A common question we hear from a lot of clients is, “can I still hire a lawyer after my car accident?” While we do suggest that you retain an attorney as soon after your accident as possible. There are instances where individuals may wait to contact a Baltimore personal injury lawyer.

If you’ve been hurt in an accident, contact the Rice, Murtha & Psoras today at (410) 694-7291.

It is never too late to hire a lawyer for your car accident case or any type of injury accident in Maryland. There is an exception to every Rule, and in Maryland it’s called a statute of limitations. In Maryland, a claim for injuries must be brought within three years after the accident. This is called the statute of limitations and bars lawsuits after the prescribed period.

It’s been weeks since the accident

It doesn’t matter if it’s been one week, 2 weeks, 2 months or a year after the accident. You can always hire a lawyer to represent you after you’ve been injured in an accident. The injury lawyers with the Rice, Murtha & Psoras accept cases up to the statute of limitation. That means you can hire lawyer at any point in time after your accident.

Will the lawyer be able to represent me?

Yes, a lawyer will always be able to represent you if you’ve been injured in an accident. An experienced personal injury lawyer will be able to recreate and reconstruct the accident. Many of our clients worry that evidence will be lost or destroyed after a period of time. This is typically not the case as there is ample evidence collected at the scene by the police as well as any photographs that you may have taken at the scene of the accident.

In addition, your medical bills and treatment regimen will help paint a picture of the injuries you suffered after the accident. If you’re a victim of an accident in Maryland, do you deserve the best possible representation for your claim. Let our office worry about fighting the insurance company and resolving your case with the best outcome possible.

Will the Baltimore personal injury lawyers be able to win my case?

Determining liability and damages in a case are the standard by which a case as one. If the opposing or other driver’s insurance company has denied the claim then you need a lawyer that will fight for your rights ensuring that you receive the appropriate compensation for your pain and suffering as well as reimbursing you for lost wages and medical bills is the most important task for our injury lawyers. Even if you contact our office weeks or months after the accident, in most cases were able to establish fault and have your medical expenses and lost wages reimbursed.

Can I still file for PIP insurance?

Most insurance companies will allow PIP coverage to be filed for one year after the accident. So, if your accident occurred less than one year ago, our pip Insurance lawyers will be able to file the claim to establish your right for PIP coverage. PIP coverage is a no-fault insurance that is required on all Maryland surance policies and in many other states. Even if you were a passenger in a vehicle, you may be entitled to PIP coverage for your medical bills and a portion of your lost wages.

How do I get started?

The first step is to contact the personal injury lawyers with the Rice, Murtha & Psoras today. As soon as you contact the office we will schedule a consultation to go over your case for the first available date you have. If you’re still in the hospital, we can visit you there to collect all necessary information to pursue your injury claim. If you do not live in Maryland, we can communicate over email, fax or telephone to pursue your injury claim.

Contact our Injury Lawyers Today

Don’t wait any longer, let our skilled personal injury lawyers work for you, and get you the money you deserve after your accident. Don’t be a victim of someone else’s negligence or recklessness in Maryland. Let our personal injury lawyers fight for you today, call the office at (410) 694-7291 or toll free at 800-470-RICE.


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