Fort Washington Personal Injury Attorneys
Fort Washington Personal Injury Help
Every person will suffer an injury at some point in their lives, and perhaps even multiple times. Simple bumps, minor bruises, cuts, and scrapes here and there and even a twisted ankle are a part of life, but that does not mean that all injuries are purely accidents or that all injuries are the result of your own clumsiness. Injury accidents are caused by the negligence of others more often than you’d think, and when such accidents are caused by another’s negligence, that person or entity may be held accountable through a personal injury claim. Injury accidents may be a part of life, but that does not mean the person or entity responsible should be able to get away with it.
The knowledgeable Fort Washington personal injury attorneys at Alpert Schreyer recognize the hardships a personal injury victim and their family face and are committed to doing everything in our power to ensure you are justly compensated. By holding the at-fault party accountable, you not only make sure you are able to get the immediate medical treatment you need while supporting your family, but that you have the financial security to do so in the future.
Who Can Be Held Responsible?
Negligence can occur in many forms in a variety of situations, and, in any of those situations, the at-fault party may be held liable for their actions. Any of the following persons or entities may be considered negligent and thus responsible for a personal injury accident:
- Motor vehicle drivers;
- Property owners;
- Doctors and other healthcare professionals;
- Consumer product manufacturers;
- Auto manufacturers;
- Pharmaceutical companies; and
- Government agencies/entities.
Drivers who violate traffic laws, property owners who do not properly repair or maintain their premises, healthcare professionals who fail to provide an appropriate standard of care, product manufacturers that do not adequately safety test their products or use substandard materials, and even government agencies that fail to maintain public roadways or other public spaces may all be considered negligent if an injury accident should occur as a result of their actions, or inaction. Unfortunately, many of these parties will do everything they can to avoid taking responsibility. That is why it is important to speak with a personal injury lawyer.
The Benefits of Legal Representation
Filing a lawsuit is never a person’s first option. Opening up the legal can of worms often creates more stress in an already taxing situation. But with the right attorney, taking legal action can actually reduce stress during your recovery.
At Alpert Schreyer, our experienced personal injury lawyers in Fort Washington are committed to taking on the stress of the legal process so that you can focus on the healing process. By allowing us to pursue fair compensation for your injuries, we can not only obtain justice, but also the compensation you and your family need to ensure proper treatment, care, and support for the rest of your life. If you have been injured in a Maryland personal injury accident caused by the negligence of another, contact us for a consultation of your legal rights and options today at (800) 489-1577.