Experienced Baltimore Accident Attorneys Help Personal Injury Victims Recover Maximum Compensation
Securing the compensation needed for medical treatment and financial security
We believe your personal well-being and safety are of the utmost importance. Unfortunately, accidents can happen at any time for any number of reasons, with life-altering consequences. If you’ve been injured in such an accident due to the negligence of another, the Baltimore personal injury attorneys at Mallon & McCool, LLC, will hold the responsible parties accountable. We help accident victims throughout Maryland, including Baltimore, Baltimore County, Howard County, Carroll County, Anne Arundel, Prince George’s County and Harford County.
Common types of personal injury claims
The causes of injuries are as numerous as the injuries themselves, and it takes a knowledgeable personal injury attorney to navigate the legal demands of your case. Some of the most common injury cases include:
- Worker’s compensation claims. Being injured on the job not only affects your relationship with your employer, it can also limit your ability to work, impacting your income and leaving you in financial straits
- Automobile accident claims. There are hundreds of accidents on the road in Maryland each day, and those accidents can leave you with chronic pain, limited mobility, broken bones and worse injuries
- Premises liability claims. If you are visiting, working at or residing on someone else’s property, they are legally responsible for your safety and security. If you suffer a fall, get assaulted or are involved in a preventable accident, we investigate whether the premises owner is at fault
- Product liability claims. A defective tool or poorly designed product can all be dangerous when they malfunction while in use. Manufacturers and sellers are responsible for offering safe, effective products to their customers, and can be held accountable for these kinds of issues
Your injury might fall into multiple categories. What if you’re injured in a car accident while traveling for your job? Or hurt by a malfunctioning tool on a worksite? Our experienced Baltimore personal injury attorneys evaluate the facts of your case and determine who is at fault for your injuries.
Types of personal injuries and their long-term impact
Serious injuries can have a far-reaching effect on your life, well beyond the accident. It’s important to understand the full impact different types of injuries can have, so that you know what kind of compensation you can claim.
- Immediate trauma. Broken bones, lacerations and blunt force injuries all require emergency attention and costly medical care, along with recovery time, during which you may not be able to work
- Chronic symptoms. Even if you haven’t suffered any apparent injuries, stress fractures, nerve damage and joint injuries can cause persistent pain that affects your mood and your job
- Limited mobility and paralysis. Severe injuries involving the brain and spinal cord can affect your movement and even leave you without feeling or control in extremities or limbs
- Psychological damage. The shock of an accident and stress of its consequences can change how you think, how you react to situations and how you interact with others
All types of injuries can negatively affect your life. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, contact our skilled Baltimore personal injury attorneys to help you file a claim for damages.
If you’ve been injured, contact an experienced Baltimore personal injury attorney today and get on the road to recovery
The attorneys at Mallon & McCool, LLC, have extensive experience with personal injury claims, and take a personal interest in your case. Reach us toll free at (800) 918-8872 or contact us online. We serve various areas throughout Maryland including Baltimore, Baltimore County, Howard County, Carroll County, Anne Arundel, Prince George’s County and Harford County. For personal injury cases, we work on a contingency basis, which means our firm does not receive any fees unless we recover compensation for you.