10 Steps To Take After an Uber Car Crash

It is normal to feel upset, confused, and overwhelmed in the aftermath of an Uber car crash. What information do you need? What are you supposed to say to the other driver? Are you supposed to call the police? Is there any evidence you need to collect at the accident scene? What if someone has…

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How Do I Maximize My Car Accident Settlement?

Litt Accident Law

Insurance companies will often pressure you to settle quickly. Do not settle immediately. It is never in your best interest to settle quickly. Insurance providers will try to settle fast with you to keep their cost low and profits high. A qualified car accident lawyer is the best front-line defense and tool when negotiating with…

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Baltimore Car Accident Lawyer

At the Law Offices of Larry B. Litt, we bring years of experience successfully representing, Baltimore clients in auto accident claims. Our outstanding legal team will defend your rights and help get you the monetary compensation you deserve. Our firm handles all types of auto accident claims such as: truck accidents, Lyft accidents, Uber accidents,…

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Is It Worth Hiring a Car Accident Lawyer?

The answer is YES. Car accidents are one of the most common reasons for pursuing a personal injury case in the U.S. and there are over 100,000 car accident cases in Maryland alone this year. If you have suffered an injury in an auto wreck, the Baltimore car accident lawyers at the Law Offices of Larry…

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How Many Car Accidents Happen in Maryland per Year?

Car Accidents in Maryland

If you are involved in a car collision, you may feel like you are left all alone to deal with the mess. You many have the stress of dealing with the insurance company, scheduling medical appointments, getting your car repaired, and trying to get back to work. However, with as many car wrecks as there…

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Baltimore Laws on Car Accidents

With over 100,000 car accidents every year, Maryland is an at-fault state for car accidents. That means that drivers are allowed to sue another driver for compensation after a crash. However, there are certain insurance benefits that are not based on fault, which gives drivers additional options to recover damages after a collision. Maryland’s at-fault…

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