Steps to Take Following an Accident

Documents to bring during your initial visit

If you have been injured as the result of someone else’s negligence, you have special needs. The lawyers at Plaxen & Adler understand your needs. We have been handling only personal injury claims for more than 25 years. Plaxen & Adler will help you obtain compensation for your medical expenses, lost wages, property damage, and pain and suffering. We are able to settle the vast majority of our cases directly with the insurance carrier without putting our clients through personal injury litigation. As experienced personal injury attorneys, we can maximize your recovery.

When you meet with us, we ask that you bring the following supporting documentation to help substantiate your personal injury claim:

  • Insurance information for all parties
  • Names and contact information of any witnesses
  • Names and badge numbers, if possible, of any police officers at the scene
  • Medical bills
  • Medical records
  • Photos of the accident scene and any injuries you sustained
  • Records on missed work due to the injury

While we request that you bring as much information as possible to our initial meeting, you should not hesitate to contact us as quickly as possible following your accident. We will obtain whatever records and documentation are necessary to pursue your claim. We work hard to get you the compensation you deserve for your injuries in Maryland without the expense and potential time delays of personal injury litigation.

We strive to obtain a fair settlement without personal injury litigation. However, if the insurance company does not make a fair offer, we will not hesitate to litigate your claim. We have had great success in the Courts throughout Maryland, having obtained very substantial verdicts and landmark decisions.

You can receive just compensation for your damages through settlement or injury litigation in Maryland. Call the personal injury attorneys at Plaxen & Adler today at 410.988.4449 or submit your contact information by filling out the contact us form so that we can meet to discuss your case. This is a free consultation.