Experience And Personal Attention For Car Accident Victims
You may have felt safe inside your car until the moment another vehicle collided with you. Your world as you knew it changed in an instant. Suddenly, you may be looking at a future of depending on others for your needs. Whether your recovery will take weeks or years, the results are difficult – lost time from work, mounting medical bills, pain and suffering. All of this because of someone else’s negligence.
At Richin & Gaines, P.A., in Silver Spring, we offer comfort and support in this difficult time. Our mission is to provide you with attention and service of the highest quality. Our attorneys have helped people like you receive fair and reasonable injury settlements following devastating injuries associated with:
- Car Accidents
- Truck Crashes
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Pedestrian Accidents
- Bicycle Accidents
We Know How Insurance Companies Think
Maryland law requires victims to prove the negligence of the other driver when seeking compensation. Evidence of any negligence on your part means the other driver’s insurance company may deny your claim for compensation. Our lawyers fight for full and fair compensation in negligence cases.
At Richin & Gaines, P.A., our attorneys have more than 60 years of combined experience. Attorney Dwayne E. Gaines worked in the insurance industry for eight years before pursuing a career in the legal profession. The knowledge he gained provides an inside perspective on how insurance companies value car accident injury claims and try to minimize payouts to injured victims. This knowledge can benefit your case throughout all phases, including the initial assessment, negotiations and settlement of your case. Our goal is to ensure that you are treated fairly and that you recover the maximum compensation you deserve.
Our Focus Is On You
The insurance companies have their eyes on their bottom line. At Richin & Gaines, P.A., our attention is on your well-being. Whether your injuries resulted from a motor vehicle accident or the negligence of a person acting in some other capacity, you have the right to be treated with dignity and respect.