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Dundalk Personal Injury Claims & Injury Compensation

Maryland's Leading Personal Injury Law Firm

Dundalk Personal Injury

Over the last 20 years, Maryland personal injury lawyer Eric T. Kirk has settled hundreds of cases for clients injured due to negligent parties and has recovered millions of dollars in compensation for injury victims in Dundalk and throughout Maryland. When someone else's negligence causes an accident or injury, you are entitled to a fair compensation for your pain and suffering, medical expenses, lost wages, and property damage.

If you need a strong voice in an injury claim, dedicated attorney Eric Kirk can help. At the Kirk Law Firm, we're committed to helping injury victims put their lives back together and fight on their behalf to hold reckless parties legally accountable. From the identification of a viable claim, to negotiation with huge insurance companies, to presenting that claim to a court or jury, attorney Eric Kirk will work hard to protect your rights and get you the compensation you deserve.

Attorney Eric Kirk handles the following injury cases:

  • Car/Automobile Accidents
  • Truck and Trailer Accidents
  • Motorcycle Accidents
  • Boat/Watercraft Accidents
  • Train and Bus Accidents
  • Bicycle and Pedestrian Accidents
  • Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Accidents
  • Slip and Fall Accidents
  • Wrongful Death
  • Work Injuries
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Do I have a personal injury case?

    Have you or a loved one suffered:

    • Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) or head trauma
    • Spinal cord injuries
    • Neck, back, or shoulder injuries
  • Lost limbs and amputations
  • Knee injuries
  • Scars and disfigurement
  • In order to pursue a personal injury claim, you must prove negligence. Maryland juries are instructed that negligence is doing something that a person using ordinary care, caution, and prudence would not do, or in fact, doing something that a reasonably cautions person would not do in a similar circumstance. To prove a case for negligence in court, a plaintiff must show the following:

    1. The defendant had a duty to conform their conduct to a specific standard of care that prevents harm - or the risk of harm - to others.
    2. The defendant failed to conform their conduct.
    3. That failure directly led to an injury.
    4. That injury caused bodily or other damage to the plaintiff.

    Wrongful Death

    Have you lost a loved one in a fatal accident caused by another's negligence? Maryland personal injury law also provides that where a "wrongful act" (an act, including criminal conduct, neglect, or improper operation of a vessel) causes the death of another, an action against that person may be maintained. Keep in mind, however, that there is a statute of limitations -- or a time limit -- for filing wrongful death claims, which is generally within 3 years in Maryland. If you have lost a loved one due to the negligence of another party, you should not delay in contacting a seasoned attorney to pursue your claim.

    How much money will I receive?

    Putting a dollar value on the specific ways that an injury has lessened the quality of someone's life and making an accurate prediction of the amount of money you will receive can be difficult to do so early in the case. However, putting an appropriate value on a case is one of the most important things a personal injury attorney does. Once all facts are determined, experienced injury lawyer Erik Kirk will provide you a value range of what you can expect to receive.

    The exact amount of money recovered will depend on the nature and severity of your injuries, the amount of property damage, and the insurance company. Many insurance companies try to deny claims or make low-ball offers - if a fair settlement is not possible, attorney Eric Kirk will take your claim to court.

    Reduced Attorney Fee Program

    The Kirk Law Firm offers a reduced attorney fee program for personal injury matters that focuses primarily on the amount of money that actually ends up in your pocket rather than your total award before fees and court costs. This program enables our clients to keep a larger percentage of their award, settlement, or verdict. The result - more money in your pocket.

    Why call our Baltimore injury firm?

    Personal Injury Lawyer Eric Kirk

    At the Kirk Law Firm, we are proud to represent the citizens of Maryland and help them get to the bottom of their legal problems. Accidents and injuries occur everyday but are made more tragic by corporations and insurance companies that couldn't care less about the suffering of injured victims. Experienced attorney Eric Kirk is knowledgeable of the techniques that insurance companies often use to deny victims fair compensation and knows how to win for his clients.

    With over 20 years of trial experience and a strong presence in Dundalk and Maryland courts, Eric Kirk has a history of successful results and has secured millions of dollars in compensation for injury victims. He has firmly established himself with insurance companies as a fierce and aggressive advocate for clients who is willing to take cases to trial in order to deliver justice. If you have been seriously injured, we will work hard to pursue your claim and act aggressively to hold negligent parties responsible so that you can get the compensation you deserve and move on with your life.

    Successful Cases:

    ".....a great attorney"

    "Mr. Kirk kept me informed and also fought effectively against the insurance company. I will definitely refer all of my friends and seek his counsel again if needed. Very professional. I think you are a great attorney, and I appreciate your representation. I like the fact that I only talk to you and not a receptionist or recorder."

    Rating: ***** 5 / 5 stars

    Do you have an injury case? The cost is free to ask. Fill out the form at the top of this page and attorney Eric Kirk will contact you directly to discuss your case.