Auto Accidents

1. Seek medical attention immediately after an accident!

2. Do not admit fault immediately after the accident.

3. Diligently follow through with all medical treatments.

4. Do not answer any questions from the other insurance company or attorney or sign any forms without approval from your attorney.

5. Do not settle your case until all necessary medical expenses, present and future, are known.

6. Keep copies of everything (all documents, bills, medical records, etc.).

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Glusing and Muher

by admin on July 14, 2010

Glusing and Muher has been successfully representing accident victims in the Baltimore Area for over 35 years. If you have recently been involved in an accident then you should speak to Frank Muher Attorney at Law, because he has knowledge of how Insurance companies work. Prior to joining Glusing and Muher he was a former Insurance Company Attorney and knows how to best represent you with these companies.

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In An Accident Case You Need To Take Steps To Protect Yourself.

We have prepared a checklist for you. By following this list you are taking important precautions to arriving at a satisfactory settlement of your case.

Please Read The Following Checklist Very Carefully

It’s very difficult to keep a cool head after an auto accident. However, if you want to make sure you are covered, and ultimately compensated, for all of the damage done, you will need to keep track of the facts, you need to write the what, who, and where the accident occurred. If there are witness make sure you get their contact information.

The Accident

Driver information: Obtain and exchange information with all other drivers such as name, license number, tag number, insurance company name, policy number.

Photographs: Take photographs of your injuries, the damage to all vehicles and of the scene of the accident in general.

Police Report: Get a copy of the accident report if police responded.

After The Accident:

Witnesses: Keep a record of all names, addresses, phone numbers and email addresses.

Medical Expenses: Log all office visits, prescriptions, over-the-counter medications, laboratory services, physical therapy, hospital visits, treatments, medical documents, and x-rays, including names, dates of visits, amount charged and reasons for seeing the medical providers.


For years, I worked as an attorney for an insurance company fighting claims of those injured on the job and in automobile accidents. It was through fighting the claims of those injured that I learned how to best represent them.

When you have been seriously injured, discussing your situation with an experienced injury lawyer is usually the best way to protect your rights. You will probably have a lot of questions.

With years of experience defending hundreds of corporations and individuals in workers compensation and automobile accident cases in bench and jury trials throughout the State of Maryland, I have had unique experience in working injury cases. Now, as an attorney representing the injured, I am able to use those experiences to successfully represent my clients.

Contact us today to discuss the circumstances of your injuries. Knowing your options is the first step in protecting the rights of you and your family. Get a free consultation with an experienced Baltimore auto accident attorney.