Personal Injury Law

The Burch Law Firm has experienced personal injury lawyers and paralegals to help you through the complex and confusing world of auto insurance compensation.  We represent clients involved in auto accidents and other personal injury matters in courts throughout Maryland and in the District of Columbia.  We have recovered millions for injured clients but we handle each case as if it were our only case.  

Auto Accidents:

If you have been injured in an auto accident in Maryland or the District of Columbia, you should have an experienced attorney in your corner helping you get all that you are entitled to. The insurance companies know the law and will take advantage of an unrepresented accident victim.  Often the insurance companies will make a low-ball offer to settle your case because they realize that without a lawyer an injury victim cannot effectively prosecute his or her claim in court.  You need an experienced attorney from The Burch Law Firm to develop your claim for damages and prosecute it.

Medical Malpractice:

If you or someone close to you has suffered a serious injury or illness because of medical negligence, you need the Burch Law Firm, LLC on your side.  We have helped our clients recover millions in settlements and jury awards in medical malpractice cases in Maryland and the District of Columbia. In most cases of medical malpractice, the doctors and hospital personnel will not be forthcoming in disclosing their errors.   Proving medical malpractice requires a team of medical experts to identify exactly where the negligence occurred.  

At the Burch Law Firm, we believe that a person has a right to know what happened that caused a bad medical outcome and whether there was negligence by any of the medical providers involved.  We also believe that patients need to be alerted to bad physicians whose negligence causes injury or illness.  Most importantly, we believe that a person injured as the result of medical negligence should be properly compensated.  The costs of the injury should be paid by the person who caused the injury – not the innocent patient who has to endure results of the medical negligence every day of his or her life.

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