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Personal Injury

Crofton and Bowie Personal Injury Attorneys

Experienced Trial Lawyers Aggressively Protecting Injured Clients

When should you contact a personal injury attorney? If you or a loved one has recently been injured in any type of serious accident, it is important that you retain qualified and experienced legal representation right away. Time is of the essence after an accident because personal injury claims are time sensitive.

Consult with an aggressive Crofton and Bowie personal injury lawyers at Skipper Law, LLC for assistance. We have the experience, the knowledge, and the resources you need on your side. Our goal is to guide you through the claims process and help you recover the compensation you are entitled to.

To schedule a consultation, call (410) 919-2121 or contact us online.

How Long You Have to File a Personal Injury Claim in Maryland

How long an injury victim has to file a personal injury claim is laid out in a law called the statute of limitations. According to the Maryland Courts & Judicial Proceedings Code section 5-101 the statute of limitations in the state of Maryland is three years.

This means you have three years from the date your injury occurred to file a personal injury claim or you risk losing your ability to do so. There are exceptions to this law so it’s important to speak to an experienced Crofton and Bowie personal injury attorney about the specifics of your case as soon as possible. Call today for a free consultation!

Our Crofton and Bowie Personal Injury Lawyers Can Help

Insurance companies have the attorneys and resources, and you should very well too. If you have been injured in an accident or as a result of someone else's negligence don't hesitate to contact our experienced personal injury attorneys in Crofton and Bowie to fight for you.

What personal injury damages can you recover compensation for in Maryland?

  • Medical bills and expenses for accident-related injuries
  • Prescriptions, medications, and other related expenses
  • Future medical costs, including rehabilitation and more
  • Lost wages and future lost wages
  • Compensation for permanent injuries or disabilities
  • Pain and suffering

Our team can help you manage and oversee all of the benefits you are entitled to, including no-fault benefits like Personal Injury Protection (PIP) and Medical Pay benefits as well as full compensation for any property that was damaged. Even if your car faces potentially reduced value as a totaled vehicle, we can help you fight for the highest value in a diminished value claim.

Providing Individualized Legal Care

We understand that every case is different. We take the time to discuss all of the details of your unique situation in order to build an effective case on your behalf. You get to work directly with your Crofton and Bowie personal injury attorney from start to finish. Whenever you need to reach us or have a question, know that we will always respond promptly.

We Put Our Clients’ Needs at the Forefront of Every Case

From GEICO and State Farm to Nationwide, we regularly deal with many national insurance firms. We understand how important it is to recover compensation to cover your expenses as well as seeing that justice is served.

You may feel intimidated and overwhelmed right now, but we are here to support and help you. We do not charge upfront attorneys’ fees and we only accept payment after we win a case.

Please give our personal injury attorney a call today at (410) 919-2121 to make an appointment.

Confidential Case Results

Skipper Law has recovered millions of dollars collectively for our clients and their families who were injured or killed by another’s negligence. The Firm’s attorneys have handled hundreds of personal injury and wrongful death claims. At Skipper Law we have handled many more injuries claim settlements protected by confidentiality that prevent us from posting the results here.

We fight for our clients every step of the way, and we know how insurance companies work. Including trials and settlements, we have won over 99% of our personal injury cases, a fact of which we are very proud. Give Skipper Law the opportunity to fight for you.

Call us today at (410) 919-2121 for your free, no obligation personal injury consultation with an experienced personal injury attorney.

  • Anonymous Estate and Family v. Multiple Defendants $1.9 Million

    Recovery for family of wrongful death victim.

  • Anonymous v. BJ and Liberty Mutual Insurance Co. $875 Thousand

    Substantial recovery for victim of another’s negligent driving that necessitated surgery.

  • Anonymous Family v. Defendant Driver $850 Thousand

    Near policy limits recovery was paid to the family of a young woman wrongfully killed by a negligent driver.

  • Anonymous v. Building Owner $775 Thousand

    Substantial recovery for the victim of a slip-and-fall accident who suffered a traumatic brain injury.

  • Anonymous v. PM and Insurance Company $250 Thousand

    Policy limits paid to a man who lost mobility due to the negligence of another.

  • G.M. v. P.M. $250 Thousand

    A husband was struck by his estranged wife with the couple’s pickup truck when the wife, who was backing out of the drive, suddenly drove forward, crushing Ms. Skipper’s client’s leg between the truck and a parked vehicle. The insurance carrier did not extend coverage until the client was represented by Mr. Skipper, who advocated that the wife’s “Alford plea” in the criminal case was not an admission of guilt and could not be used in the civil claim for personal injuries.

  • Anonymous v. Defendant Trucking Company $175 Thousand

    Recovery for victim struck by a large truck that failed to stop at a red light.

  • Anonymous v. Defendant Driver and Nationwide Insurance Co. $112 Thousand

    Six-figure recovery for victim of a multiple roll-over accident that claimed less than $20,000 in medical expenses.

  • Anonymous v. Defendant Homeowner $100 Thousand

    Sizable recovery for a minor attacked by a dog, causing injuries which required multiple stitches.

  • KB v. Defendant Driver $100 Thousand

    Policy limits tender for client with limited medical expenses, but suffered permanent injuries in her hands and wrists as a result of the accident.

  • Personal Injury D.T. v. Anonymous Pharmacy

    When a pharmacy negligently filled the wrong prescription, Mr. Skipper’s client suffered partial temporary paralysis of his legs. Mr. Skipper brought claims on behalf of his client, who did make a full recovery, and the case was resolved on terms favorable to Mr. Skipper’s client.

  • Personal Injury J.C. v. Erie Insurance

    Mr. Skipper represented a man hurt in a hit-and-run accident who suffered substantial back injuries when a reckless driver pulled out in front of the client, and then fled the scene of the accident. Mr. Skipper’s client had preexisting back pain, and was scheduled for spinal surgery two weeks after the date of the accident. Despite the preexisting back condition and the pending surgery, Mr. Skipper obtained a settlement of behalf of his client of more than three times the medical expenses and lost wages.

  • Personal Injury C.L v. Baltimore Gas & Electric

    Mr. Skipper represented a tenant and property owner against a public utility for claims arising from what plaintiffs alleged was an unsafe condition a home in Lothian, Maryland. Plaintiffs alleged that despite numerous calls, the public utility failed to remedy the problem, which plaintiffs alleged caused an electrical fire during a birthday party with children present. The case was featured in print media and on WBAL-Baltimore’s nightly news, and was resolved on confidential terms.

  • Personal Injury R.P. v. Jason Handley

    Mr. Skipper represented a young woman who alleged that she was brutally assaulted on her own porch by the Defendant. The Defendant denied liability, and the case was tried before a jury in Calvert County, Maryland. The jury returned a verdict in favor of Mr. Skipper’s client, finding that the defendant did commit battery. The award constituted the full sum sought for medical expenses, as well as compensatory damages for pain and suffering.


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