Premier Criminal Defense & Personal Injury Legal Advocacy In Maryland
Representing The Injured Across Maryland
Have you been injured in a serious accident? Did you suffer harm at the hands of a negligent medical professional? Did a defective product cause you or a loved one to experience catastrophic injuries?
If you were injured or lost a loved one and someone else is to blame, you may be able to pursue financial compensation from that person or company to pay for: medical bills, lost earnings, emotional trauma, funeral costs, pain and suffering and possibly more.
The insurance companies that are supposed to pay for your damages are notorious for undervaluing claims and denying the liability of their policyholders. It takes a competent personal injury law firm to make sure your rights are represented in these complex cases. The Law Offices of Thomas Maronick Jr LLC is the firm you need if you or a loved one suffered a serious injury.
Find out how we can protect your legal rights. Call 410-885-1775 today. We offer free 30-minute phone or in-person consultations.
Experienced And Efficient Injury Counsel For Maryland Residents
At The Law Offices of Thomas Maronick Jr LLC, our attorneys are not only experienced and efficient, but they provide personalized, compassionate attention to help you during this tough time. We can help you obtain the economic and non-economic damages to which you are entitled by negotiating with the insurance company or taking your case to civil court.
We represent clients in a wide range of personal injury matters across Maryland, including:
- Car and motor vehicle accidents
- Truck crashes
- Motorcycle injuries and fatalities
- Pedestrian and bicyclist accidents
- Plane and boating accidents
- Slip-and-fall accidents
- Defective product cases
- Police misconduct and brutality
- Medical malpractice and medical errors
- Birth injury claims
Understanding Liability In A Personal Injury Lawsuit
Liability, or legal responsibility, is a primary issue in a personal injury lawsuit. As the injured party (plaintiff) bringing a lawsuit against an allegedly at-fault party (defendant), you must prove that they are responsible for your injuries.
In Maryland, liability may be established by proving:
- The defendant owed a certain duty of care to provide a certain level of care, or to act in a reasonably safe manner, based on the circumstances at hand.
- The defendant breached this duty.
- The plaintiff was injured.
- The defendant’s breach was the proximate (immediate) cause of the plaintiff’s injuries.
The burden of proof in personal injury cases is based on a preponderance of the evidence, meaning the plaintiff must show it is more than likely true that the defendant is liable. This varies from criminal cases, which require proof beyond a reasonable doubt.
Work With Authorities In The Legal Field
Our founding attorney, Thomas Maronick Jr, is a recognized authority in the legal field. He is regularly featured on major news outlets and is heavily involved in the community.
Together, he and our other attorneys have over 40 years of legal experience to apply to our clients’ personal injury cases. We realize that much is at stake, and as such we take care to educate our clients on their options and legal rights, so they can make informed choices about their cases.