We get results. Take a look at some of our positive outcomes for clients:
- $3,250,000 – Workplace sexual assault case
- $1,850,000 – Driver hit by flying aluminum on the road
- $500,000 – Victim’s ear bitten off by a dog
- $475,000 – Group home abuse case
- $375,000 – Rear-end auto accident
- $300,000 – Homeowner’s insurance claim over an infant being dropped
- $300,000 – Babysitter attacked by the family dog
- $300,000 – Previous attorney gave up on client injured in three car accidents in two years
Living in Finksburg, Maryland
Finksburg is a small community in Carroll County, Maryland northwest of Baltimore with about 11,400 people. Despite its small size, it’s a growing community with some of the highest real estate prices in the U.S and the state of Maryland. Its cost of living is 118.8 which is significantly higher than the national average of 100.
In Finksburg, you’ll see a large number of upscale homes and suburban neighborhoods. The community’s proximity to Baltimore and small-town feeling make it an attractive place to live. Many people who work in professional roles like sales, office administration, and management live here and commute to surrounding communities.
Finksburg is home to many notable buildings. It’s the location of the National Security Agency’s EKMS Central Facility. It’s also the home of the Carroll County Public Library, which was the first “green building” in Carroll County, as well as the Greater Baltimore Hindu-Jain Temple.
A Vehicle Accident in Finksburg, Maryland
In a Finksburg accident, the first vehicle was leaving Belisimo’s Ristorante at 2900 Baltimore Boulevard near westbound Maryland 140 and West Maryland 91. The second vehicle was traveling in lane two on westbound Maryland 140/West Maryland 91. The first vehicle exited the parking lot and struck the second vehicle.
Dangerous Roadways and Intersections in Finksburg
Finksburg is located at the busy intersection of Maryland Routes 91 and 140. This site on the border of Carroll and Baltimore counties northwest of the city of Baltimore means it is constantly surrounded by a high volume of traffic, especially commuter traffic.
Beware of these busy and dangerous roadways in the Finksburg area:
- The intersection of Maryland 91/Emory Road and Maryland 140/Baltimore Boulevard
- Maryland 879/Old Gamber Road at Maryland 91/Gamber Road
- Maryland 140/Baltimore Boulevard at Glen Falls Road
- Maryland 140/Baltimore Boulevard at Old Kays Mills Road
- Old Westminster Pike at Murray Road
Which Types of Finksburg Cases Do You Handle?
At Zirkin & Schmerling Law, we handle a wide variety of legal issues in and around Finksburg, including motor vehicle accidents, divorce, DUI/DWI, and dog bite cases. If you need legal assistance with your case in any of the following areas of law, please contact us for an initial consultation.
While driving in Finksburg, your life can change in a moment in a catastrophic car accident. A car accident attorney can help you make an insurance claim, go to court if necessary, hold the right person responsible, and get a high-value award.
Dog Bite Injuries
Were you bitten by a dog in Finksburg? We urge you to contact a qualified dog bite injury attorney who can help you get your medical bills paid and recover from the attack.
When you’re injured at a Finksburg home or business, you can sue for compensation. To get the best results, you’ll need an experienced personal injury attorney helping you pursue the value of your medical bills and more.
A semi-truck accident can be devastating. You can hold the trucking company and their insurance company accountable with the help of a lawyer who is qualified to handle semi-truck accidents.
You don’t have to face a criminal charge alone. Our criminal defense lawyers handle felonies, misdemeanors, expungement, domestic violence, theft, drug crimes, assault, and reckless endangerment. Let’s find the best outcome possible after your criminal charge.
A divorce and family lawyer can handle your Finksburg divorce, division of property, alimony, child custody, child support, or protective order. Contact us for a caring approach to family law cases.
Group Home Abuse and Neglect
You don’t have to allow a loved one to suffer in a group home. Contact a group home abuse and neglect attorney about seeking high-dollar compensation.
DUI & DWI
Finksburg drunk driving charges can easily end in jail time, in addition to fines and the loss of your driver’s license. Take these charges seriously. A DUI/DWI lawyer can explain your options and help you seek the best outcome.
If you don’t take your traffic citations seriously, a simple traffic ticket can lead to much more stress and cost. Contact a traffic violation lawyer who can help you sort through your traffic issues and clear your good name.
After medical malpractice or a birth injury, seek the help of an experienced attorney who knows how to stand up to the big healthcare companies and their insurance carriers.
Did your employer support you after an injury? You may deserve more in worker’s compensation than your employer is offering. These cases can be very complex and you’ll need solid legal advice.
When a loved one dies due to someone else’s negligence, you’re left with sorrow and questions about what happened. We’ll help you get to the bottom of it and seek the compensation you deserve.
You can request compensation after a motorcycle accident in Finksburg or surrounding areas. With the help of a motorcycle accident attorney, you can recover the cost of your injuries, bike damage, and more.
Defamation of Character
Defamation of character is becoming more common due to the impact of social media. If someone defames you online, you may have a case against them. Talk to an attorney about defamation of character and holding the person responsible for your damages.
Peace Orders and Cyberbullying
Cyberbullying is on the rise here and across the nation. It’s a crime in Maryland and you can request a peace order and/or sue someone for the damages you have suffered. Talk to an attorney to understand your options.
What if I’m Not Sure Whether I Have a Case?
Unsure about your options? We encourage you to read the information on this page about Finksburg and contact our law office for an initial consultation about your situation. Whether or not you have a case depends on the situation.
Your lawyer will meet with you, ask about the details, sort through the legal matters, and present you with your options. If you decide to move forward with a case, your lawyer provides valuable assistance with a wide array of legal tasks like conducting interviews, communicating with the other side, locating documents, and handling paperwork – not to mention representing you in a court case, if necessary.
What Kind of Compensation Could I Recover?
It’s hard to say exactly what kind of compensation you could receive without holding an initial consultation about your case. But one thing is for sure: You have the right to pursue compensation for many types of damages in Maryland, depending on the type of case and the circumstances.
Check with an attorney to see if you could receive compensation for:
- Past and future medical bills
- Past and future lost wages
- Pain and suffering
Will My Case Go to Court?
Most cases can be resolved outside of court through an insurance arrangement or settlement. But sometimes going to court is the best way to get the compensation you deserve. Either way, it is always important to have an experienced Maryland lawyer on your side.
For a personal injury case in Finksburg, sometimes there is no need to go to court for a civil matter because a talented lawyer can help you negotiate a settlement that is accepted by both sides. In this situation, nobody goes to court, yet everyone carefully creates an agreement that resolves the situation. While a lot of civil cases settle, the insurance companies keep offering less and less on cases. Due to this, it is important to have a lawyer representing you who is familiar with trying cases in front of a judge or jury.
Many lawyers claim to handle personal injury or car accident cases but have never seen the inside of a courtroom. Before hiring a lawyer make sure you know that they are experienced in litigation. Also, the insurance companies will sometimes offer more money to law firms that go to court because the insurance company knows that the lawyer isn’t just looking for a quick settlement for the client.
For a criminal case, a court appearance may be unavoidable. You’ll need to present your best case to the court and a lawyer can help you show the judge that you’re a respectable person who is trying to do the right thing. Sometimes, you can avoid going to court in a criminal case if your lawyer can negotiate a legal arrangement with the prosecutor. Once again, it is important to have a lawyer who understands the details of trying a criminal case in front of a judge or jury. Prosecutors know the lawyers that will try a case in front of a judge or jury and the lawyers that are looking to plead their client guilty. If you have a real trial lawyer on your side that can often lead to better offers from the prosecutor’s office.
For a family law case, these cases such as divorce can be complex and may involve court appearances. In some cases, you can negotiate arrangements with the other side with the help of your family law attorney and may avoid the need for a court appearance. With family law cases it is always best to avoid court if possible so you don’t have to bring the children into the litigation.
Also, it helps keep your attorney fees down, but sometimes there is no choice and you have to try the case because the other side is not being reasonable. In these situations, it is crucial to have an experienced family law attorney to try your case.
For a worker’s compensation case, these cases often involve an appearance in front of a workers’ compensation commissioner. Make sure your lawyer has experience with worker’s compensation claims like yours, right here in Finksburg and Baltimore.
Please contact us for an initial consultation about your case and we will help you understand your options and the potential outcomes involved.
Nearest Emergency Services and Local Maryland Departments Contact Information for Finksburg, Maryland
In an emergency, always call 911.
Westminster Police Department – (410) 848-4646
Baltimore County Police Department – (410) 887-6975
Carroll County Sheriff’s Southern Office – (410) 386-2900
Fire emergency, call 911
Community Fire Company – (410) 795-3445
Maryland State Courts
District Court of Maryland – (410) 871-3500
Carroll County Courthouse – (410) 386-8710
Carroll County Clerk – (410) 386-2026
Zirkin & Schmerling Law will help you handle your legal matters with speed and professionalism. We truly care about our clients and we are dedicated to providing you with the best possible representation. To learn more, contact us today at (410) 753-4611 to get in touch with a qualified, experienced attorney in the Finksburg area.
Contact Zirkin & Schmerling Law
1852 Reisterstown Road, Suite #203
Pikesville, MD 21208
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