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Accidents can prove to be an overwhelmingly traumatic experience for a host of reasons including: painful and frequently protracted physical injuries giving rise to costly medical treatment; lengthy recovery periods, translating into loss wages and financial distress; and, of course, the loss of a highly valued asset that, for many, represents their sole means of transportation.


At the moment of impact, the frailty of life and limb are thrust squarely into focus, often creating a heightened degree of emotional and psychological turmoil that can last a lifetime. During these times, the counsel of a highly skilled, accessible and dedicated attorney can serve to alleviate your concerns and provide you with the peace of mind necessary to regain some semblance of normalcy.


Automobile accident victims are, therefore encouraged to contact The Gibbs Law Firm, LLC today to preserve their rights, ascertain their available legal alternatives, and start down the path to physical and financial recovery.


A skilled Maryland auto accident attorney will work diligently on your behalf to determine and pursue a course of action designed to obtain the most favorable legal outcome available under the facts and circumstances of your particular case. 



People who are involved in a serious automobile accident can suffer a wide variety of injuries. The force of an impact by a car, at any speed, can cause bodily injury to those involved. Those injuries can range from a soft tissue injury to a fatality. Common injuries associated with automobile accidents include, but are not limited to, spinal cord injuries, fractures (including broken arms, legs, wrists, and ankles), herniated discs, brain damage, nerve damage, rotator cuff tears, and other serious or permanent injuries. Identifying injuries is extremely important to treatment and evaluating which damages are recoverable by the injured party. Hence, it is always important for any individual involved in an automobile accident to immediately seek medical help.

Important Questions to Answer After an Accident:




  • What is the nature and extent of your injuries?

  • Are the injuries temporary or permanent?

  • What, if any, affect will your bodily injuries have on your overall physical, mental or financial health?

  • What damages are you entitled to recover as a result of the accident?

  • How have you been inconvenienced by the accident and the extent the injuries suffered relative to your personal life and financial well- being?      








Serving Maryland including the following counties, Montgomery County, Prince George's County, St. Mary's County, Charles County, Howard County, Anne Arundel County, Baltimore County, Baltimore City, Calvert County, Frederick County, Carroll County and the District of Columbia (DC).









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