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Wednesday, February 10, 2021
A Maryland-based attorney, Rick Jaklitsch has spent more than two decades leading the Jaklitsch Law Group. Through this firm, he defends the rights of people who are injured due to another person’s negligence. This includes distracted driving car accidents, which according to Rick Jaklitsch and his team, goes beyond cell phone distractions.
Tuesday, February 2, 2021
Rick Jaklitsch, an accomplished attorney in Maryland, leads The Jaklitsch Law Group. Through the firm, Rick Jaklitsch and his team take on various personal injury claims, including those involving rail crossing accidents.
Tuesday, January 26, 2021
Personal injury Attorney Rick Jaklitsch is head of the nationally-acclaimed law firm The Jaklitsch Law Group in Upper Marlboro, Maryland. In addition to managing the firm, Rick Jaklitsch is also a member of the Maryland State Bar Association (MSBA).
Saturday, January 16, 2021
More recently, in October 2020, Baltimore’s Daily Record readers recognized the law firm in its Reader Ranking this year. The Reader Ranking’s list is comprised of businesses in Baltimore that have made significant contributions to the community. The list contains several categories, from which the best businesses are chosen. The list presents an opportunity to place a spotlight on businesses that have exceeded expectations while at the same time being a great resource for commerce.
The Jaklitsch Law Group was recognized as Best Law Firm in two areas-civil litigation and personal injury law. The firm prides itself in defending the rights of the injured through the negligence of others and credits their success with their personal approach to defending clients and dedication to getting the most favorable outcome for them.
Tuesday, November 17, 2020
When accidents occur, many drivers assume that their full coverage means the insurance company will pay promptly. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Insurance companies sometimes deny or delay legitimate claims. This may stem from corporate mismanagement, errors in documentation, or a disagreement about the amount of money owed.
Insured drivers must take the reins and assert the right to full payment. This means reviewing the insurance policy, identifying coverage limits, and maintaining a record of vehicle valuation and repair estimates.
For cases in which the insurer is treating a claim unfairly, drivers may file a breach of contract lawsuit or a bad faith tort claim related to the contract. If the insurance company offers a partial payment or stops progress on the case, drivers should contact an experienced trial lawyer.