About Our Law Firm

Weinberg Law FirmMr. Weinberg has been handling personal injury cases on behalf of plaintiffs for over 32 years. For the past 20 years, his practice has successfully evolved into the representation of disabled and elderly clients (and their families) who have been seriously injured, abused, neglected or have wrongfully died as residents of long-term care facilities. These facilities include nursing homes, assisted living facilities and group homes for the developmentally disabled. Mr. Weinberg’s legal assistant has been working for him for over 18 years and understands these types of cases.

Our office has successfully concluded claims against some of Maryland’s largest nursing homes chains, assisted living facilities, and group homes, including ManorCare, Genesis, Future Care, Lorien, Emeritus, Brookdale, Sava, Adventist, North Arundel, Hart Heritage, Brightview, the ARC, eMerge, and SecureCare. Often these facilities are represented by large, aggressive defense firms who represent them and their insurance companies. Rest assured that we can and will fight them as hard as necessary.

The Firm’s approach is simple…

  1. Treat every prospective client and every actual client with dignity, compassion and respect.
  2. Investigate the merits of the claim promptly to determine breach of the standards of care, causation and damages.
  3. Zealously pursue representation or, if representation is declined, explain why a claim is being rejected by the firm.
  4. Make sure that the clients understand the claims and litigation process.
  5. Make sure the clients know they can communicate with the staff or Mr. Weinberg at reasonable times and that they can expect an answer back promptly.
  6. Let the clients know what they can do to assist the attorney with the case.
  7. Make sure the clients know we understand the loss of a loved one or the extent of an injury.
  8. Keep the clients updated with the progress of the case and litigation and settlement timelines.
  9. Thoroughly explain case values, the options of settlement versus trial, and the related cost and certainty of either so the client can make informed decisions.
  10. Make the clients feel that at the end of the case, they were pleased with our representation and the compensation they received.
  11. Make the clients feel that we have held the defendant(s) accountable and that justice has been served.
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