After a serious injury, the last thing you feel like doing is trying to battle with the responsible party's insurance company so you can get proper payment for your medical costs. You would probably prefer to focus on your physical, mental and emotional recovery. At The Law Office of John R. Discavage, P.A., we fight for compensation on your behalf so you can focus on getting better.
Our talented Walkersville personal injury attorney has years of experience, so he knows how to work with insurance companies that are not willing to provide you with the personal injury claim settlement you truly deserve. We push for maximum settlements for our clients, and we are fully prepared to take cases to court when needed. If you live in the Walkersville, Maryland area and have been injured as the result of another person's or a commercial entity's negligence, reach out to our law office.
In addition to being a personal injury lawyer, Attorney John Discavage is also a former prosecutor. He served as an Assistant State Attorney in Maryland and has successfully handled thousands of cases throughout his law career. The attorney has experience handling cases in various counties within the state, with his cases being heard before both judges and juries.
Attorney Discavage knows that injury victims and their families can experience various types of losses—loss of physical abilities, loss of income during recovery time and even loss of a loved one. For this reason, he works tirelessly for his clients to help them receive the settlements and monetary damages they need for recovery. Furthermore, he works one-on-one with each of his clients, providing them with custom-tailored service. Whether they need flexible scheduling or they need to set up payment plans, Mr. Discavage is responsive to his clients' needs. In fact, he even meets with clients at the hospital if their injuries prevent them from coming to his office.
Want to learn how Attorney Discavage might be able to help you? Sign up for a free initial consultation, where he can meet with you, discuss your case and advise you of your best legal options. If you decide to hire him, you won't have to pay any legal fees unless and until he gets you a settlement or damages for your injuries. This is possible because The Law Office of John R. Discavage works on a contingent fee basis.
Accident and injuries can happen at any time—while you are on the road, while you are walking on a city sidewalk or while you are shopping for groceries. Our law office is prepared to handle various types of personal injury cases. We handle cases that arise from many different kinds of motor vehicle accidents, such as those involving motorcycles, cars and trucks. Pedestrian accidents can be particularly damaging if the pedestrian was hit by a vehicle. Other types of cases include premises liability cases. These cases occur when there is a hazardous condition on a property, and that condition lead to an injury. For example, if a business failed to put up a sign warning customers of a slippery floor and a customer suffers from a slip and fall accident, the victim can file a personal injury claim or sue the business owner.
We assist individuals who have suffered from all types of injuries, from minor to catastrophic. A few of the common injuries we work with include back and spinal cord injuries, along with soft tissue injuries (including whiplash). We even handle cases in which the victim died from his or her injuries. When a wrongful death occurs, family members can end up losing their main sources of income in addition to losing a strong pillar of emotional support in their lives. It is important for these family members to take legal action and receive compensation for the unjust death.
Walkersville is a town located in Frederick County, Maryland. According to the Maryland State Archives, Walkersville was incorporated in 1892. The town, which covers a total area of 4.36 square miles, had an estimated population of 5,882 in 2011. The community also had 2,084 households with a median household income of $79,604, according to Census data reflecting the years of 2007 through 2011. The per capita money income (or average income per person age 15 and older) was $34,260. Walkersville has had multiple sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places, including the Crum Road Bridge, the Woodsboro and Frederick Turnpike Company Tollhouse and Harris Farm.
If you are a Walkersville resident who has been injured through no fault of your own, don't hesitate to contact us. Our team can provide you with the personalized attention and resources that you need!