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Baltimore Personal Injury Lawyer Representing Maryland Clients

Being injured in an accident that was not your fault can be an overwhelming and stressful time for victims. The injuries themselves may be traumatic. You may be in a lot of pain, you may need expensive treatment, and you might need to take a prolonged time off work, leading to lost wages. In some accidents, the injuries are so bad that you may never be able to work in the same capacity again or may need long-term physical therapy.

In Baltimore, if your accident was caused by the negligent behavior of another party, you may be entitled to pursue compensation for your pain and suffering and the recovery of any damages you have suffered that were a direct result of the accident.

At Peter Angelos Law, we have been working with accident victims to pursue what is rightfully theirs since 1961. With our long history serving the state of Maryland and our unrivaled approach to building a secure and confidence-inspiring attorney-client relationship with each and every client, we are proud of our reputation here at Peter Angelos Law.

By working on a contingency fee basis, we make our representation accessible to all victims without fear of worsening their situation if the case is lost. We only take payment if we win your case. If we don’t win you a settlement sum, we don’t charge a penny.

Our Baltimore personal injury lawyers are ready to help. We offer a free consultation to all new clients. This opens up the space for you to ask important questions and receive some unbiased legal advice regarding your case. We will evaluate what happened to you, and if we think your case is worth pursuing, we will do so on a contingency fee basis.

Peter Angelos Law provides comprehensive legal representation to Baltimore, Maryland, area clients who have suffered personal injuries. These experiences can not only cause devastating physical harm but also long-lasting medical complications and substantial economic stress.

If another party is responsible for a recent personal injury to you or a loved one, it is essential to know your rights and how you can hold them accountable for your damages. Call us today at 410-216-0009.

Our Commitment To Baltimore Personal Injury Victims

At Peter Angelos Law, our unwavering commitment to Baltimore residents spans over five decades, during which we’ve successfully secured billions of dollars for our clients in personal injury cases. Founder Peter Angelos has devoted his entire professional life to serving the Baltimore community, passionately advocating for the rights of personal injury victims in our hometown.

We pride ourselves on our attorneys’ adeptness at building strong cases. We employ various tactics, including discovery demands, depositions and the involvement of expert witnesses, to apply pressure on responsible parties for fair settlements. Throughout this process, we tirelessly advocate for the rights of victims and their families, ensuring a comprehensive approach to justice.

Our legacy is a testament to our experience, dedication and strategic legal experience. We understand the importance of championing the cause of those who have suffered harm, and it is our mission to continue serving as a trusted ally for those seeking justice in the aftermath of personal injury in the Baltimore community.

Car Accident Claims

Car accidents are the most common form of personal injury case, and they have a strong chance of causing serious injury. There are many reasons why someone may have acted negligently in a car accident case. Reckless driving, speeding and driving while distracted are all common causes of car accident injuries.

Motor vehicle accidents are continuously one of the leading causes of accidental deaths and injuries throughout the United States. If you or a loved one suffered an injury in a car accident, motorcycle accident or truck accident, we can assist with your recovery. Some car accident cases may only necessitate auto insurance claims to recover financial damages, while others will demand more expansive legal action to ensure a full recovery.

After a car accident in Maryland, individuals should ensure safety, call the police and ambulance, take photographs, exchange information with the other driver and gather witness contact details, as these actions are vital for legal support.

Car accidents are often traumatizing, and their aftermath can be overwhelming. Leveraging our experience, we handle the intricacies of car accident cases, striving to secure full compensation for your medical bills, lost wages and damages for pain and suffering.

Whether your accident occurred due to distracted driving, driving under the influence, speeding or another moving violation, we can help you secure the evidence you will need to prove the at-fault driver’s responsibility for your damages.

Commercial Truck Accidents

The consequences of commercial truck accidents can be catastrophic. Our legal team works tirelessly to hold negligent truck drivers and the companies that employ them legally and financially responsible following an accident. Liability investigations for truck accidents are comprehensive and time-consuming, involving:

  • Obtaining police reports
  • Contacting witnesses
  • Seeking camera footage
  • Reviewing 911 calls
  • Conducting extensive legal research

A fully loaded commercial truck will cause a lot more harm than a normal passenger car if it crashes due to the added weight. For this reason, commercial truck drivers and commercial truck companies must be compliant when it comes to ensuring drivers are well-trained, take adequate breaks and maintain their trucks.

Commercial truck accidents have historically led to substantial compensation figures, and for this reason, commercial trucking companies now employ the strongest legal teams they can to defend their drivers and reduce their payouts. Commercial truck accidents are different from normal car accidents. Liability can lie with the driver, the company and even the mechanics and manufacturer of the parts used.

If you have been involved in a trucking accident, we recommend discussing it with a skilled attorney, one with experience in fighting commercial trucking cases.

Medical Malpractice

Medical malpractice is a serious concern and a significant cause of preventable harm. In Maryland, medical malpractice is defined as the failure of a medical provider to exercise the skill and care that a provider in the same specialty would use under similar circumstances.

Medical care costs a lot of money in Baltimore, and with that cost, you should be able to trust that the medical providers you are paying for are competent, well-trained and act with all the due care and attention expected of them.

When your medical providers act negligently or without due care and attention and you suffer a preventable medical malpractice injury, you have every right to be angry, and you are entitled to hold them accountable. When they fail to do so or act without due care and attention and cause you preventable injury, you deserve to hold them accountable and pursue compensation for your damages.

All medical providers have a legal duty to follow the standard of care for every patient’s medical condition. The medical community establishes clear guidelines for the treatment of all known conditions and symptoms, and a medical provider must adhere to these guidelines as closely as possible while treating a patient and considering their personal health issues. When a medical provider injures a patient due to their failure to follow the appropriate standard of care, medical malpractice has occurred.

While medical malpractice claims fall under the purview of personal injury law, these cases are more complex than most other personal injury claims. If you have experienced any type of injury resulting from medical malpractice, including birth injuries, Peter Angelos Law will help you assess your damages and pursue compensation from the party or parties responsible for causing them.

Birth Injuries

The birth of a child is typically a joyous occasion, but unfortunately, birth injuries can turn this happy event into a moment of crisis. Birth injuries encompass a range of complications that can occur during the labor and delivery process.

In birth injury cases, comprehensive medical documentation is crucial to understanding the circumstances surrounding the incident. Expert testimony becomes essential to establishing the expected standard of care during childbirth. Identifying any deviations from this standard is vital in determining whether medical negligence or malpractice played a role in causing the injury. This thorough approach is necessary to seek justice and compensation for families facing the challenges of a birth injury.

Peter Angelos Law is your advocate, employing a thorough and compassionate approach to birth injury cases. We strive to bring clarity to the legal process, offering support and legal experience to families seeking resolution and compensation for the challenges posed by birth injuries.

Mesothelioma Cases

Ever since the early 1980’s, Peter Angelos Law has been working with the victims of asbestos-related injuries. Asbestos exposure can lead to mesothelioma, a rare and aggressive cancer. Our Baltimore mesothelioma attorneys provide legal representation for asbestos victims, guiding them through the complexities of the legal system. These attorneys are diligent in:

  • Investigating mesothelioma cases
  • Pinpointing the parties liable
  • Assessing the full extent of damages
  • Providing legal representation in trial settings

If you or a loved one was exposed to asbestos dust or any other form of asbestos in a consumer product and developed mesothelioma, you may have grounds for a personal injury claim against the party responsible for your exposure. Our firm can help your family secure compensation for your medical bills, lost income and other damages resulting from another party’s negligence.

Pharmaceutical Liability

American consumers trust the manufacturers of prescription medications, over-the-counter pharmaceuticals and supplements to provide safe and effective products. Pharmaceutical companies have a responsibility to ensure the safety of their products. Claims involving over-the-counter drugs and retail products are becoming more prominent in multidistrict litigation.

Unfortunately, defective medications or the side effects of other medications can cause irreversible harm. If you or a loved one suffered harm from using any such products, the manufacturer may be liable for your damages. Peter Angelos Law has years of experience handling litigation against large pharmaceutical companies and can put this professional experience to work for your case.

You should not have to worry that the medicine you have been given by your medical providers is defective. If you have been prescribed a medication that has caused you serious injury or side effects that were not listed, then you may have grounds to make a claim.

Product Liability For Defective And Dangerous Product Injuries

Product and medical device liability is another critical aspect of personal injury law. Manufacturers owe their customers a duty of care. That duty means that their products should be free of any potential defects that may cause harm to the customer. If it is found that there are any dangerous faults because a product injures a victim, they may be entitled to hold the manufacturer liable and pursue compensation for their damages as a result.

Product manufacturers have a legal responsibility to ensure their products do not contain defects that pose unreasonable safety risks to consumers. All products must include clear instructions for use as well as any required safety warnings. Additionally, product manufacturers must take swift action when they are notified of a defect with one of their products.

The medical and pharmaceutical sectors are significant drivers of product liability litigation, with a variety of products and devices becoming the subject of widespread legal action, including:

  • Dangerous prescription drugs
  • Faulty medical equipment
  • Contaminated food and beverages
  • Unsafe consumer products

If you were injured because of a consumer product’s defective design, faulty production or failure to warn you of the potential risks of using the product, you may have grounds for a product liability claim against the manufacturer.

Claims we have represented clients for include:

This is not an exhaustive list of every type of claim our personal injury law firm can handle. Peter Angelos Law has successfully represented clients in a diverse range of cases and has opposed some of the most powerful entities in the United States. No matter what your personal injury claim entails or who is responsible for your damages, rest assured that Peter Angelos Law has the experience, resources and litigation skills to guide you to a successful outcome for your claim.

Understanding Personal Injury Law In Baltimore, Maryland

A thorough grasp of personal injury law is pivotal when seeking legal redress after an accident. In Maryland, personal injury refers to harm to one’s body or mind stemming from wrongful actions (torts) that may include automobile negligence, medical malpractice and product liability. It’s crucial to consult with personal injury attorneys, especially an experienced personal injury attorney, before filing a personal injury lawsuit. A personal injury lawyer can provide valuable guidance and support throughout the process. The statute of limitations for most personal injury claims in Maryland is three years from the incident that caused the harm, a critical time frame claimants must adhere to. Baltimore personal injury attorneys at Peter Angelos Law will help prove the four elements of negligence: determining fault and liability, evidence collection, proving fault and maximizing personal claim injury, all of which are critical components in building a strong and compelling case for individuals seeking justice and compensation in the aftermath of a personal injury.

Proving Fault For Your Personal Injury In Baltimore

If you intend to pursue a personal injury claim against the party responsible for causing your damages, you must know what to expect in terms of how you will prove their liability and secure compensation for your losses. Personal injury claims hinge on the legal concept of “negligence,” which describes a party’s failure to exercise reasonable care and caution in a given scenario. For example, all drivers have a duty of care to follow posted traffic signs and signals and to refrain from operating their vehicles under the influence of alcohol and drugs. Product manufacturers have a duty of care to ensure their products are safe, effective and perform as advertised.

Your Baltimore personal injury lawyer will help you prove negligence so you can succeed with your personal injury claim. This means proving the defendant named in your complaint failed to uphold their duty of care in the situation in question and, therefore, directly caused your damages. You and your attorney must also provide the court with a complete accounting of your claimable damages and provide unambiguous evidence that proves those damages are the results of the defendant’s negligence and not some other cause.

Peter Angelos Law has faced down some of the largest corporations in the country on behalf of past clients. Our team has a wide expanse of professional experience on which we rely to deliver our clients the most favorable outcomes for their personal injury claims. When necessary, we can arrange expert witness testimony to support our client’s case. For example, you may require a financial expert to prove the full extent of your lost future earning capacity after a severe injury or you may need a medical expert to provide testimony that reveals the full scope of your medical status after a personal injury to ensure the court understands your damages.

Four Elements Of Negligence

Ensuring that the four elements of negligence are proven is an important task your attorney will perform. If they cannot prove the four elements, they will have a hard time convincing any courtroom that you deserve to be awarded the damages and compensation you are seeking.

The four elements that they will need to prove are:

Duty Of Care

Firstly, for negligence to occur, there must have been a duty of care owed by the at-fault party to the victim. A duty of care is a legal obligation to act in a manner that preserves the health and well-being of another individual.

You could assume a duty of care to another person for several reasons:

  • Road users automatically assume a duty of care toward other road users.
  • Property owners automatically assume a duty of care for visitors to their property. (This can even include trespassers.)
  • Medical providers owe a duty of care to their patients.
  • Manufacturers owe a duty of care to their customers.

Breach Of The Duty Of Care

The second element that needs to be proven is that the duty of care was breached through unreasonable behavior. Unreasonable behavior is any behavior that is seen as grossly substandard from how a reasonable individual would act in that situation. If this breach in duty of care caused an injury or the worsening of an illness, it might be classified as medical malpractice. This is laid out in state statute Maryland Annotated Code, Courts and Judicial Proceedings §3-2A. The Medical Malpractice Act states: “All claims, suits and actions … by a person against a health care provider for medical injury allegedly suffered by the person … are subject to and shall be governed by the provisions of this act”.

This unreasonable and negligent behavior can be an act, an omission of an act or a lack of due care and attention.

Examples of this are as follows:

  • Omission to act: A shop owner neglects to warn customers that there is a wet floor after the floor has been cleaned after a spillage.
  • Negligent act: Ignoring a sign to slow down because roadworks and road workers are ahead and crashing into a pedestrian.
  • Lack of due care and attention: Lack of fetal monitoring during the pregnancy.


The third element you will be expected to prove is the causation of your injuries. You will need to prove that the accident directly caused the injuries you have suffered. This can be proven through accident reports or records of medical attention close to the incident.


The last element that you will need to be able to prove is that the injuries you have suffered directly led to you suffering damages.

Determining Fault And Liability In A Baltimore Personal Injury Case

In cases that proceed to the courtroom, you and your attorney will need to convince the jury that you deserve compensation. They will listen to the evidence and the case put forward by your attorney and make a decision.

In cases that are settled outside of court, the other party usually accepts fault and offers you a settlement value or negotiates one you are happy with with your attorney.

What Evidence To Collect In A Maryland Personal Injury Case

The more evidence that you and your Baltimore personal injury attorney can collate, the stronger your chances of a successful claim. When it comes to proving fault and assigning liability, your evidence will be crucial.

Some of the forms of evidence that could be used in your case:

Accident Reports

When any of the emergency services arrive at the scene of an accident, they will fill out an accident report. This can be obtained by your attorney and used as evidence, as it will contain unbiased evidence such as the names of the people involved, what happened, what injuries were sustained etc.

Photographs And Videos Of The Accident Scene

If your injuries allow it, taking pictures and videos on the scene is a great idea. Visual evidence like this is always strong, and if you record a statement of what happened at the same time, you will provide your attorney with some extremely useful evidence for building your case. Besides the evidence you can provide your attorney, they will also be carrying out their own investigation, looking for things like traffic surveillance, witnesses and CCTV footage.

Medical Records

To prove causation, i.e., that the accident directly caused your injuries, you will need to provide documentation and evidence. Medical reports documenting the medical treatment you have needed as a result of the accident are a good way to prove this.

Medical Bills

Keeping all medical bills and receipts will assist your attorney, as they will be able to back up their calculations with irrefutable evidence. Another good way you can assist your attorney is to keep a daily record of your medical treatment, pain levels and mood and keep your receipts attached or inside the diary.

Financial Documents

If you are going to claim any economic damages (damages that have cost you money), you will need to be able to prove that you have indeed incurred them. For lost wages, proof of salary can be used to prove your losses, for example.

Witness Testimony

If there were witnesses to your accident and they are willing to cooperate, you should take as many details as possible and ask for a statement that they can confirm later on down the line. This is better than asking them to recollect what happened months later.

Expert Opinions

In certain situations, your Baltimore personal injury lawyer may turn to an expert witness to help them with building your case. A medical expert may be brought in for cases of medical malpractice, for example.

Strategies For Maximizing Your Personal Injury Claim

It’s essential to maximize personal injury claims to secure fair compensation. Strategies that are the most beneficial are:

  • Maintain a calm and straightforward demeanor during negotiations
  • Be persistent without pestering the adjuster
  • Regularly and thoroughly follow up on the claim
  • Compile a comprehensive collection of evidence, including photographs, witness information and medical records, to support the claim.

Why Our Legal Team Is The Right Choice For Your Case

The selection of an apt legal team can profoundly influence your case’s outcome. Our legal team has a strong dedication to Baltimore residents, with lawyers who deeply value their local connection and commitment to the community. Our formidable reputation provides a strategic advantage over adversaries, often leading to preferred resolution paths by insurance companies.

What To Expect During The Legal Process

A clear comprehension of the legal process can alleviate the stress associated with steering a personal injury claim. The initial free consultation provides an opportunity for the lawyer to comprehensively understand the client’s accident, injuries and medical treatment.

During the trial, rigorous procedures are followed, including jury selection, opening statements, testimony, closing arguments and deliberation, leading to a verdict.

Types Of Damages Recoverable In Personal Injury Cases

One of the most important jobs your Baltimore personal injury lawyer will carry out for you is the calculation of your damages. This will give them a good indication of how much compensation you may be owed in your case. In personal injury cases, it’s vital to be aware of the types of damages that are recoverable. Economic damages in Maryland personal injury cases may include compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, loss of earning capacity, property damage and other quantifiable losses. Noneconomic damages, which are more challenging to quantify, cover pain and suffering damages, emotional distress and loss of consortium, and there is a statutory cap on such damages in Maryland.

No matter what type of personal injury claim you face, there are several types of damages you can claim to maximize your financial and physical recovery. Maryland state law ensures that all personal injury claimants have the right to recover any losses incurred due to the negligence of other parties. Proving liability is simpler for some damages than it is for others, and your personal injury lawyer will help you gather the necessary documentation, records and other evidence you may need to establish liability for your losses. Our Baltimore-based personal injury law firm can help you recover several types of damages in your Maryland personal injury claim, potentially including:

Medical Expenses

Working with your Baltimore personal injury attorney, you will need to document and evidence all of your medical expenses. In a personal injury claim, you can attempt to recover all past and future medical costs. That means anything you have already made to pay can be recovered.

Your attorney will also consider what your future medical expenses might look like. In cases where there are injuries that require long-term or permanent care, your attorney may reach out to medical experts who can help them document what this long-term treatment might look like so they can pursue it via your claim. Your experience likely necessitated expensive hospital bills and other immediate medical expenses. There is also a high chance that severe injuries will lead to long-term medical costs for physical therapy, multiple surgeries and other future medical expenses.

Lost Wages/Earnings Potential

For the majority of the accidents we deal with, the victim will need to take time off work to deal with their injuries. This may be for further treatment or to take time off to recover. This may lead to the victim suffering a loss of earnings.

You can claim all lost wages, both past and any potential future loss of earnings too. This means if you are going to require time off in the future, your attorney will calculate what they believe this to be worth.

In serious cases, injuries may be so bad that the victim can never return to work in the same capacity as they did before. If your injury caused a permanent disability that prevents you from working at all in the future, Peter Angelos Law will coordinate with financial experts to help you determine the scope of the lost future earning capacity you can claim. These are the most severe cases and may require experts to evaluate what a life of lost wages and earnings might look like for the victim.

Property Damage

Many personal injury claims, especially car accident claims and product liability claims, involve damage to the plaintiff’s personal property. If a defendant’s negligence damages or destroys any of your personal property, you have the right to claim repair or replacement costs in your personal injury lawsuit.

Maryland state law allows personal injury plaintiffs to claim compensation for noneconomic damages, such as physical pain and psychological suffering. Your Baltimore personal injury lawyer will help you determine an appropriate amount to claim based on the severity of your injuries and their long-term effects.

It is vital to consult with an experienced Baltimore, Maryland, personal injury attorney before accepting any type of personal injury settlement. Once you accept a settlement, the other party is released from future liability for the incident in question, and you cannot request additional compensation. For that reason, you must ensure the settlement you accept maximizes your recovery, and Peter Angelos Law can help you accomplish this with your personal injury claim.

Pain And Suffering

To compensate victims for the pain they have been through and any suffering, emotionally or mentally, your attorney may attempt to recover pain and suffering damages on your behalf.

These damages are subjective; every case will be unique. Your personal injury attorney in Baltimore will be expected to place a value on your specific suffering. This is why an experienced personal injury attorney is worth hiring. The more experience they have calculating pain and suffering in a wide variety of cases, the better they will be equipped to calculate yours.

Loss Of Enjoyment Of Life

Sometimes a victim’s injuries mean they can no longer do all of the things they love to do. If the injuries you have suffered mean that you cannot play basketball with your friends anymore, you deserve to be compensated for this loss.

Punitive Damages

In rare cases, a judge may decide to award punitive damages. These can only be awarded by a judge, so they will not be in play if you accept a settlement outside of court. Punitive damages are awarded to punish an at-fault party for malicious behavior or gross negligence.

How Peter Angelos Law Can Help You

A personal injury caused by another party’s negligence can be a life-altering experience that causes devastating financial and personal losses for you and your family. When you know another party is liable for your personal injury, it is vital to hold them accountable for their actions and secure the compensation you need to recover both physically and financially.

Hiring the right attorney to represent you can not only make your recovery process easier but also yield more compensation than you may have initially expected. An experienced personal injury attorney in Baltimore, Maryland, will know which types of compensation are available to you in a personal injury claim and help you explore every available channel of recovery.

Peter Angelos Law has extensive experience with both personal injury settlement negotiations and litigation. While most personal injury claims settle outside of court to the benefit of both plaintiffs and defendants, this is not possible in every personal injury claim. Rest assured that if your case demands it, we are not afraid to litigate in court on your behalf to secure fair compensation for your damages.

If you or a loved one suffered a personal injury of any kind in the Baltimore, Maryland, area, Peter Angelos Law can provide the detail-oriented and responsive legal counsel you need to approach your case with confidence. We provide timely updates for every client as your case progresses and make ourselves readily accessible to every client we help. You can reach out to us at any time for the latest details about your claim.

We work closely with every client we represent to ensure we fully maximize their recovery within Maryland state guidelines. Our personal injury law firm understands that there is no suitable one-size-fits-all approach to personal injury. Every case is unique, and every client will experience a wide range of outcomes from their experience. You can rely on Peter Angelos Law to provide the compassionate and responsive legal counsel you need to navigate your case successfully.

Schedule your consultation with a reliable and experienced Baltimore, Maryland, personal injury attorney at Peter Angelos Law. Call us today at 410-216-0009 and start working toward your recovery with clarity and confidence.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you need a Baltimore personal injury attorney for a lawsuit?

It is always the smarter choice to proceed with legal representation behind you if you want the best chances of seeking the full and maximum amount that may be on offer to you.

This is because when you fight a personal injury case, you will be up against a capable and often aggressive insurance company legal team. This team of attorneys spends every minute of their professional time fighting claims like yours so the insurance company can reduce its liability. Insurance companies survive by doing this, so never expect them to be on your side. Even your insurance company has its own agenda.

By hiring a team of personal injury lawyers in Baltimore, you ensure you have an advocate who has a full and extensive knowledge of your rights and the laws surrounding personal injury. They take over the paperwork and other tedious aspects, and they also liaise with any parties involved on your behalf.

This means your chances of pursuing the full and maximum compensation that could be offered to you are much higher.

How much does it cost to hire a personal injury law firm?

Most personal injury attorneys in Baltimore work on a contingency fee basis so that all victims have the opportunity to seek representation. This form of fee structure is nonrecourse. This means you pay nothing to hire an attorney from our team.

We take on your case at no cost upfront. If we do not win your case, you do not have to pay us a penny. If we do win your case, we simply take a flat percentage from your settlement, as previously discussed.

We also offer a free case evaluation and initial consultation to all new clients and all accident victims. This allows us to offer some free, unbiased legal advice and a space where you can ask whatever questions you need to ask. If you are unsure about your rights and whether or not you even qualify to bring a claim, get in touch with one of our Baltimore personal injury lawyers today!

How long do you have to file a claim under the Maryland Statute of Limitations?

In Baltimore, you are ruled by the Maryland Statute of Limitations, which places a legal time limit on how long you have to make a claim relating to an incident. Once this time has elapsed, the other party will have grounds to have it thrown out instantly if you try to bring a claim. This statute is designed to protect people from being sued many years down the line from the incident.

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