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Baltimore auto accident attorney Marc Atas handles car accidents that occur in the Baltimore-Washington area including Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Anne Arundel County, Western Maryland, The eastern shore, Frederick county, Carroll County and Prince Georges County. Our firm has won hundreds of auto accident trials in Maryland and settled thousands of cases where clients were injured in car accidents. Baltimore Attorney Marc Atas is a highly-skilled attorney based in Baltimore, Maryland who represents individuals throughout Maryland who have been involved in a Car Accident.
Baltimore auto accident attorney Marc Atas has represented innocent victims in personal injury claims, car accidents, death claims, survival actions, property damage claims, rental car claims, diminished value claims, loss of consortium claims, slip and falls, permanent injury claims, claims were the victim can never return to work, and dependency claims.
Baltimore auto accident attorney Marc Atas has had several multi- million dollar verdicts.
Damages typically claimed in an auto accident include:
Compensatory Damages for Bodily Injury
In an action for damages in a personal injury case, you shall consider the following:
(1) The personal injuries sustained and their extent and duration;
(2) The effect such injuries have on the overall physical and mental health and well‑being of the plaintiff;
(3) The physical pain and mental anguish suffered in the past and which with reasonable probability may be expected to be experienced in the future;
(4) The disfigurement and humiliation or embarrassment associated with such disfigurement;
(5) The medical and other expenses reasonably and necessarily incurred in the past and which with reasonable probability may be expected in the future;
(6) The loss of earnings in the past and such earnings or reduction in earning capacity which with reasonable probability may be expected in the future.
In awarding damages in this case you must itemize your verdict or award to show the amount intended for:
(1) The medical expenses incurred in the past;
(2) The medical expenses reasonably probable to be incurred in the future;
(3) The loss of earnings and/or earning capacity incurred in the past;
(4) The loss of earnings and/or earning capacity reasonably probable to be expected in the future;
(5) The “Noneconomic Damages” sustained in the past and reasonably probable to be sustained in the future. All damages which you find for pain, suffering, pre-impact fright, inconvenience, physical impairment, disfigurement, loss of consortium, or other nonpecuniary injury are “Noneconomic Damages”;
(6) Other damages.