Baltimore Auto Accident Lawyer Marc G. Snyder Releases Guide to Common Injury Myths

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Maryland Personal Injury Lawyer hopes to dispel common myths amongst injury victims.

Maryland Personal Injury Myths

Again and again new clients come to us with false beliefs that have limited their case’s potential.

Baltimore Accident Lawyer Marc G. Snyder and The Law Offices of Marc G. Snyder announce the release of their latest book, Truth Be Told: The Tall-Tales, Legends, and Myths Threatening to Destroy Your Maryland Personal Injury Claim. In this groundbreaking new book, Mr. Snyder presents the five most pervasive myths surrounding personal injury law and reveals the truth that injured parties need to know.

According to Mr. Snyder, the purpose behind the books is to,“restore the balance of power between individual citizens who have been injured by someone else’s negligence and powerful insurance companies determined not to pay.”

Mr. Snyder’s provocative new book reveals how the insurance industry stood by while these myths were widely accepted by the public and spread to the point where they now threaten even the most legitimate of injury claims. Special attention is paid to helping readers separate the truth from fiction while searching for information online.

Addressing myths such as, “all lawyers are the same,” and “I will do better financially if I handle my claim myself,” the included myths are based upon the most common pre-conceived beliefs expressed by new clients of Mr. Snyder’s firm.

“Again and again new clients come to us with false beliefs that have limited their case’s potential. We hope this book will spread the truth to a much wider audience, so that every injured party finally gets what they truly deserve.”

The book, to be released in December, is the second in a series of Personal Injury Guides offered to the public by The Law Offices of Marc G. Snyder. It will be available at Amazon.com and all major booksellers, as well by contacting Mr. Snyder’s office directly at (410) 656-9LAW (9529) or by requesting the guide directly through the Maryland Accident Lawyer's website.

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