Recovering Compensation After A Serious Injury

If you suffer an injury due to another's negligence, you may be entitled to compensation for your losses such as reimbursement of medical bills and lost income as well as for your pain and suffering. While the negligent party's insurance company may make an initial compensation offer, it may be less than what you may expect or for future medical needs.

In order to protect your rights, contact an attorney at Pickett & Oliverio, LLP, before accepting an offer from an insurance company without first consulting an attorney.

Experienced legal representation may help you secure more benefits than if you negotiate with the insurer alone. The personal injury attorneys at Pickett & Oliverio will work diligently for the maximum possible compensation for our injured clients.

What Should You Do After An Accident?

Seeking medical treatment is the first step. Then, you should contact Pickett & Oliverio, especially before speaking with the other party's insurance company. It is best to consult with one of our attorneys before giving any recorded statements or accepting offers from the insurance company. You can unknowingly damage your case by attempting to handle these matters on your own. A personal injury lawyer at Pickett & Oliverio can step into your case early and secure you the treatment and representation you need.

Our Personal Injury Practice

We represent injury victims and their families in cases involving:

  • Cars/vehicles
  • Motorcycles and bicycles
  • Pedestrians
  • Trucks and commercial vehicles
  • Boats
  • Trains
  • Slip-and-fall or trip-and-fall accidents
  • Workplace accidents and workers' compensation claims
  • Construction accidents
  • Wrongful death

For a free initial consultation at one of our two convenient Maryland locations — Bowie or Prince Frederick — contact us at 301-850-1436. If you prefer, you can use our online form.

We take personal injury cases on a contingency basis, which means you do not pay us anything until we obtain compensation for your injuries.