If you got hurt in an accident someone else caused in Maryland, you could be entitled to financial compensation (also known as damages) under the state’s personal injury laws. Damages can cover a wide range of accident-related losses. But sadly, far too many victims find their valid personal injury claims denied every day. An experienced Waldorf injury lawyer can determine what types of damages are available in your case and help you fight for them.

If you got hurt in an accident someone else caused in Maryland, you could be entitled to financial compensation (also known as damages) under the state’s personal injury laws. Damages can cover a wide range of accident-related losses. But sadly, far too many victims find their valid personal injury claims denied every day. An experienced…

Hometown Heroes 2023

Trollinger Law LLC is proud to announce the recipients of its fourth annual Hometown Heroes Awards, nominated by the community. The recognition honors the commitment, dedication, and bravery demonstrated by first responders throughout Southern Maryland.   Diane Mangel – Mechanicsville Volunteer Rescue Squad (MVRS) Diane serves as a certified emergency medicine technician and secretary at…

How Can a Maryland Catastrophic Injury Attorney Help My Case?

Suffering a catastrophic injury due to someone else’s wrongdoing can turn your life upside-down. Coping with the emotional, physical, and financial challenges are understandably overwhelming. During this stressful time, a Maryland catastrophic injury attorney can provide essential legal assistance and help you pursue compensation to relieve your burdens. If you suffered severe harm in an accident, talk…

What You Need to Know About Head and Brain Injuries After a Truck Accident

All traffic accidents have the potential to do severe damage. But crashes involving large trucks can cause catastrophic harm due to the massive size difference between a tractor-trailer and a passenger car. A head or brain injury can cost victims their health, livelihood, and financial security. Understanding what to do in the aftermath of a…

Child Victims Act

If you were sexually abused as a child in Maryland, you are not alone — and you should know that hope is at hand. With the passage of the Child Victims Act of 2023, you can now seek justice for the abuse you endured as a child, even if the deadline established by the old…

Trollinger Law, LLC - Maryland Child Victims Act

On April 11, 2023, Maryland Governor Wes Moore signed the Child Victims Act of 2023 into law. The new law eliminates legal time limits on filing civil lawsuits against institutions for child sexual abuse. Previously, Maryland law barred adult survivors of sex abuse from filing suit once they turned 38. The bill gained steam when…

comp claim

Medical records are an essential component of every workers’ compensation case. However, questions often arise about the types of medical records employers and insurers have the right to request when processing a claim. You do not want your employer or their insurance company to have access to your entire medical history, and you might worry…

Workers’ Comp Settlement

Expenses can pile up quickly after a job injury. In addition to your medical bills, you may worry about lost wages, reduced future earnings, and any long-term disabilities you develop. Naturally, you want to secure maximum compensation in a workers’ compensation settlement. But how much of your award do you get to keep? Other parties,…