Whether the case involves a severe injury or death which occurred in a nursing home, assisted living facility, or group home or a catastrophic event from a work injury, product, or motor vehicle accident, we have the experience and resources to obtain maximum compensation under Maryland Law.
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We want to make your practice easier and build long- term relationships. We are active in local and national organizations and attorney email list-serves and have built referral relationships with attorneys in numerous states. Many have sent us repeat business. See the attorney testimonials below. Please call us on our toll-free line 410-825-316 or email us email@example.com.
“We referred a very difficult wrongful death nursing home case to Roger. Through his tireless work and expertise in nursing home cases, Roger was able to get a phenomenal result for our clients. They could not have been more appreciative. I will not hesitate to contact Roger when the next complicated nursing home case comes into our office.”
– Jonathan R. Carroll
Jezic, Krum & Moyse, LLC
“We had a very difficult case involving an intersection accident with a plaintiff on a motor cycle who sustained serious injuries. In MD if the plaintiff is 1% responsible he would be precluded from pursuing a case. Roger through extensive investigation and the use of an accident reconstructive expert was able to convince the defendant carrier to tender its policy limits. In addition Roger obtained a significant settlement from the plaintiff’s UIM carrier. Just as importantly, he was in constant communication with us and the plaintiff’s family to assist them through this most difficult time in their lives. Our clients were pleased not only with the settlement but also with Roger’s compassionate concern – both of which were also important to us. I would not hesitate to refer any matter to Roger.”
“I have known Roger Weinberg for over a decade. He was one of the first attorneys I met before I passed the bar. I have had the opportunity to watch him zealously represent his clients in the field of nursing home abuse and neglect throughout the years. To this day I seek his counsel when I have a question in this area of law. I highly recommend him for these services and I endorse this lawyer.”
– Annie Hirsch
July 28, 2015