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Negligence in motor vehicle accidents is one of the most common reasons for personal injury claims and incidents of wrongful death. Whether you, a family member, or a loved one is suffering from broken bones or fractures, damage to your joints or muscles, or dealing with a life altering traumatic brain injury, our highly experienced Maryland motor vehicle accident lawyers know how to properly handle your case.

We know that when you are the victim of a motor vehicle accident, the effects can be life-altering. Whether your injuries are temporary or permanent, you could be prevented from working now and in the future. Your medical bills could become insurmountable, particularly if you lack adequate health insurance. Prolonged pain and suffering can forever change the life you were expecting to have.

With over 25 years of handling Maryland motor vehicle accidents, our legal team has the skill and tenacity necessary to properly investigate the underlying details behind your accident and to help prove liability. We fight for the maximum compensation available and have successfully recovered tens of millions of dollars for clients who have been in serious motor vehicle accidents throughout Maryland. Let us handle your claim so that you can focus on recovering.

Put the winning team at the Law Office of Thomas E. Pyles, P.A. on your side today. The car accident lawyer located in Waldorf, Maryland.


When some else is negligent or reckless and causes a crash, they should be made to pay for the injuries and losses they have caused. The Waldorf, Maryland car accident lawyers at the Law Office of Thomas E. Pyles, P.A. stand up for people injured in Maryland motor vehicle accidents to make sure you get the compensation you deserve.

Car accidents rarely just happen. Someone or something almost always causes them. A wide variety of factors can contribute to a Maryland auto accident, and most of them involve some form of driver negligence. During our years representing car crash victims, we have seen many of the more common causes of accidents. They include:

  • Distracted driving
  • Drunk driving and driving while impaired by drugs
  • Speeding or driving too fast for conditions
  • Running red lights, stop signs or other traffic controls
  • Tailgating or following too closely
  • Aggressive driving
  • Improper lane changes
  • Crossing the center line
  • Driving while sleepy, tired or fatigued
  • Vehicle defects or malfunctions, including SUV rollovers
  • Defects in road design or maintenance