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Baltimore personal injury lawyer John Leppler provides expert insights into a wide variety of injury and accident cases. John focuses his practice on personal injury cases throughout Baltimore County and Baltimore City. John provides a friendly, small-firm atmosphere in his Towson office, where the lawyer you hire is the lawyer you work with on all areas of your case. Types of cases we handle include car accidents, pedestrian accidents, bicycle accidents, truck accidents, and victims of negligent security.

Injured in an Uber Accident? Do I have a Claim?

My Job is to Get the BEST Possible Outcome for My Client

Do I Have a Legal Case After A Bicycle Accident?

Injured by a Bouncer? Can you Sue?

What to Expect at Your Free Consultation

Documents and Materials for Your Car Accident Case

Don’t Let Your Motorcycle Claim Get Denied!

How Filing a Lawsuit Can Help With Your Car Accident Claim

Beware of These Insurance Company Tactics

Bicycle Accidents You Can Avoid

Uninsured Motorist Coverage Explained

Lyft or Uber Injury – What to Do and How to File a Claim

Never Give a Recorded Statement Without Your Lawyer Being Present

Pedestrian Accident: How a Personal Injury Lawyer Can Help

Do I Really Need A Car Accident Lawyer for My Injuries

Wrongful Death and Survival Claims Explained by a Baltimore Personal Injury Lawyer

What You Need for a Lost Wage Claim After a Car Accident

T-Bone Car Accident: Why it’s so Important to Take Photos

Lyft Passenger: What to Do After a Car Accident

What is the Maryland Boulevard Rule in Maryland?

Hotel: Dangerous Situation – Do I Have A Case?

Can I Sue the Hotel For My Injuries At The Gym?

PIP: What Is It and How Can It Help with Your Claim

Never Talk to the Truck Driver’s Insurance Company!

What to Expect at a Maryland Circuit Court Trial

Injured Passenger – Who will pay the Medical Bills?

How Long Will My Personal Injury Case Take?

Legal Liability of Homeowners for Swimming Pool Injuries

Contingency Fee Agreement – Pay Nothing Unless You Win

Always Tell The Truth in a Deposition