Personal Injury Legal Videos
Were you just injured? Are you seeking more legal information about your injury? Check our videos listed on this page!
When an injury happens it can have a financial impact on the victims life. Our lives offer value and when they’re damaged from injuries that value has to be replaced with monetary compensation. As injury attorneys, we help the injured get the financial relief by helping them through the legal process. Here at Jimeno & Gray we like to help as much as possible, because we know that injuries are life changers, and they come with deep amounts of pain – we like to help in whatever way possible. We put together these videos to answer any of your questions. Take a look and be in contact with us!
Maryland Personal Injury Case Information
The statute of limitations could make or break your Maryland personal injury case. The Maryland auto accident attorneys of Jimeno & Gray explain more in this video. Watch the video clip to learn about the statute of limitations in Maryland. After a car accident, truck wreck, or motorcycle crash, there is a certain window of time during which you are allowed to file a lawsuit to seek damages from the negligent party and insurance company. This window of time is known as the statute of limitations, and it is important to be mindful of this after an auto accident. In Maryland, you have three years from the date of the accident to file a lawsuit in court. If you do not file a lawsuit in time, you will be barred from any recovery. Hiring an attorney at the beginning of your case will help to ensure that you do not miss out on compensation that you are due. Call the experienced Maryland accident attorneys of Jimeno & Gray at (410) 590-9401 to schedule a free, no-obligation legal consultation. You can also contact us online on our website at www.jimenogray.com, and you can view our FREE auto accident book and other free resources that may answer some of your questions.
Maryland Accident Attorney Explains Uninsured Motorist Cover
What if you are in an auto accident with a driver who doesn't have insurance? Who would pay for your medical bills? Get your questions answered in this video from a Maryland auto accident attorney at Jimeno & Gray. Many motorists have been hit by others who do not have auto insurance, or don't have enough insurance. If this happens to you, your own automobile policy would come into play. This is why it is important to have enough uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage & your auto insurance policy would pay for your medical bills and injury expenses in this type of situation. If the person who hit you has less insurance than the amount of your uninsured motorist coverage, then your policy would overlap and provide you with money up to that limit. In the event you are hit by someone without insurance, call one of our skilled Maryland auto accident lawyers to get the compensation you deserve. To reach our office, visit our website at www.jimenogray.com.
Maryland Lawyer Explains What To Do At Scene Of An Accident
Most people don't ever think they will be in an auto accident on the day that they are in one. Consequently, most motorists are not prepared for one or know what to do following a car crash, which is why our Maryland auto accident lawyers at Jimeno & Gray want to give you accident tips. Watch this video to find out what you should do in the event of a car crash. Following a car accident in Maryland, it is very important to capture the accident scene. You can do this by taking pictures of the streets, location, and damage to all cars involved. Even if you don't have a camera on you, most people have cameras on their cell phones. Use the technology available to you to make sure you document what happened at the scene of the accident. If you are injured in a Baltimore car accident, you should speak with a knowledgeable Maryland personal injury lawyer to find out how to protect your interests and for help recreating the accident.
How To Work Closely With A Maryland Accident Attorney
You may never have had to hire an attorney or needed to talk to one before now, and you may be wondering what is involved when working with or hiring an attorney for your legal needs. This video will show you what you can expect if you hire the Maryland accident attorneys at Jimeno & Gray for your personal injury claim. The majority of our clients have a personal meeting with one of the lawyers at our firm to discuss their case. During this meeting, our attorneys will review every aspect of your Maryland auto accident, your injuries, how you are feeling, and the care you have received or are receiving. Our personal injury lawyers will discuss with you the value of your case before making any demands on the insurance company. Although we feel it is a team-decision whether to settle your case, it is ultimately up to you as the client. If you would like more information on how the attorney process works, please don't hesitate to call us with any questions.
Does Every Howard County Accident Lawsuit Go To Trial?
Getting injured in a Howard County car crash often leaves victims with bills on top of bills. Between medical expenses, vehicle repairs and money lost from not being able to work, it can seem as though paying them off is impossible. As the victim, should you be responsible? The attorneys of Jimeno and Gray don't think so, and want to let you know you have options when it comes to seeking compensation. According to recent statistics, about 90 percent of car accident cases are settled before they go to court. What this means for you is often less time waiting for your case to resolve and lower court costs. Your lawyer can create a demand packet that requests the insurance company to pay a certain amount, based on your medical expenses and bills, and the nature and extent of your injuries. If the insurance company doesn't agree, you can enter mediation. Mediation involves sitting down with the insurance company and a mediator, who tries to offer solutions that are agreeable to both parties. Neither have to comply with what the mediator suggests; they are only possible solutions. If mediation doesn't work, arbitration is another option. Arbitration is similar to going to court, but costs much less. Decide which option is best for you by discussing them with your lawyer. He can then try to get you the compensation you deserve. Call (410) 590-9401 for more information.