Maryland Snow-Related Car Accident Attorneys
Driving in Icy Conditions Can Be Dangerous
When inclement climate conditions—such as rain, snow, and ice—play a role in a car crash, matters can get complicated very fast. Many difficult questions arise. Who or what is primarily at-fault? Can you recover compensation although the accident was caused, in part, by bad weather? You may not have the necessary legal knowledge and resources to find the answers to these questions yourself. However, an experienced personal injury attorney can help.
At the Maryland-based law offices of Alpert Schreyer Poe, LLC, our dedicated team comprises legal professionals who have many years of trial and litigation experience in the field of personal injury law. Please let us fight to protect your interests while you focus on recovery. Rest assured, we will put in our fullest efforts to get you the compensation you deserve.
Determining Liability in a Bad Weather Car Crash Case
The causal factors behind a car crash case involving bad weather conditions could be anything from the bad weather itself to driver negligence to faulty road design. That is why a thorough investigation is a necessity in virtually all of these types of cases.
Questions we might ask during an investigation of your crash case include:
- Was the other motorist tailgating, speeding, or otherwise driving irresponsibly?
- Was distracted driving or drunk driving a factor?
- Were the roads reasonably clear of obstacles? Was there adequate signage?
- Did any parts in any of the involved vehicles break down due to being defective?
Once we find out the cause(s) of your accident, we can identify the liable parties and hold them accountable for their negligent actions.
If the insurance company is unwilling to offer a full and fair settlement deal, our aggressive trial attorneys are ready and willing to take your case to court.
With our assistance, you may attain compensation for the following damages:
- Medical expenses
- Lost wages during recovery
- Pain and suffering
No Upfront Fee, No Risk
It is understandable if you are hesitant to pursue a claim because you want to avoid the high expenses that come with hiring an attorney. However, our firm does not pose that problem. Our injury lawyers operate on a contingency fee basis. In other words, if we’re not able to recover any compensation, you won’t owe us a dime. Plus, if you choose not to file a claim, you may potentially lose out on millions of dollars. So why wait? Contact our law firm today.We have five convenient offices in Bowie, Frederick, Lexington Park, Prince Frederick, and Waldorf. Also, we are willing to meet you in your home if necessary.
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We are willing to visit injury victims at their homes if they are severely injured or bereaved.
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We are so confident in our abilities that we do not charge a legal fee unless you receive compensation.
We are not afraid to battle any party, whether big or small, both in and out of the courtroom.
We commit to staying up-to-date on the latest developments in Maryland injury law.
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