We Are The Law Firm to Put in Your Corner Dedicated to Representing the Interests of Injury Victims

Experienced Maryland Car Accident Lawyers

Also Helping Injury Victims in Virginia & Washington DC

No matter how carefully you drive, you cannot control the actions of other drivers on the road. If you were injured in a car accident in Maryland, Washington DC, or Virginia, seek legal counsel from Wilson & Parlett to help recover financial damages.

Our Maryland motor vehicle accident attorneys have over 85 years of combined experience representing the injured victims of car crashes. Our successful record of settlements and trials has resulted in millions of dollars in compensation for our clients. We handle our clients’ cases so they can focus on recovering from injuries and regaining quality of life.

Take the first step to recovering compensation with a free consultation. Schedule an appointment by calling (301) 231-1737 or contacting us online.

Examining All Sides of a Car Accident

Regardless of the exact cause of your accident, all responsible parties should be held accountable. Our Maryland personal injury attorneys can examine the evidence in your case and craft a strong argument showing the responsible parties’ liability for your injuries.

Common causes of car accidents include:

  • Negligent drivers
  • Speeding
  • Reckless driving
  • Vehicle malfunctions
  • DUI
  • Texting while driving

No matter how the accident occurred, your recovery is what matters most. In order to properly heal from the incident, you will need financial compensation to cover your medical bills, lost wages, and any property damage you experienced. Compensation in your personal injury claim can also cover your loss of enjoyment of life and your pain and suffering. Our car accident lawyers in Maryland aggressively fight for full and fair compensation to reduce any financial burden and help aid your recovery.

Our Approach

When pursuing a car accident lawsuit, time is of the essence. There is a three-year statute of limitations from the date the injury occurred. Shortly after an accident, you may be contacted by an insurance company regarding a settlement. In the event you accept an offer, you forfeit all rights to sue for more money later, even if the injuries were unknown or worse than you initially thought. Do not discuss settlement with a claims adjuster until you have consulted with an experienced injury lawyer.

When handling a car accident case, we can:

  • Handle all communications with the insurance companies
  • Point you in the right direction for the medical care you need
  • Obtain police accident reports and thoroughly investigate the case
  • Interview witnesses
  • Collect documentary evidence to establish who is at fault and liable for damages
  • Negotiate a favorable settlement
  • Take your case to trial if a settlement is not possible

Advocating for Car Accident Victims Since 1988

From our convenient offices in Waldorf and Upper Marlboro, our team staunchly advocates for the victims of car accidents in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington DC. When you schedule a free consultation with our legal team, we can thoroughly investigate the situation. Maryland contributory negligence law means that if the injured victim played any part in the car accident, they are unable to recover financial compensation. When there is so much at stake, the injury attorneys at Wilson & Parlett can be the advocates you need.

You owe us nothing unless we recover on your behalf. Reach out to Wilson & Parlett at (301) 231-1737 today.

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