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Your case is important. Whether it is a million dollar trucking collision case, or a $5,000 bumper tap car crash case, it has significant consequences for you, and your lawyer should represent your interests.
At John Cord Law, we specialize in the use of technology to communicate with you, to investigate your case, and to prove your case. We have the ability to forward claim documents to you by e-mail, and we access our e-mail around the clock by smartphone. In automobile accidents, for example, we will determine whether there were red light or security cameras that recorded the incident. We will investigate whether the at-fault driver was using a GPS device, or was illegally using a cell phone to talk or text. At trial, we will use aerial satellite photos of the scene of the collision to explain how it happened, and we will craft an electronic visual presentation for juries.
3 Talbott Avenue, Suite 100
Most of John Cord's cases are auto accidents--he can guide you through the complicated maze of insurance questions to help you get what you deserve in your personal injury case.
Most clients communicate primarily with John Cord. He gives his cell phone number to all of his clients, believing that each client deserves personal, one-on-one attention.
How did your firm decide on the primary area of practice(s)?
Many lawyers spend their entire careers settling cases, fearful of the courtroom. John Cord did not want to be one of those lawyers who accepted low offers for his clients.
He started at a large medical malpractice and product liability law firm, but began taking on a wide variety of personal injury cases (like auto accidents) in order to gain more trial experience. He knows that each client should decide their own case--if they want to go to trial, he has the experience to take them there.
What experience or education distinguishes your lawyers from others
On the Board of Governors for the Maryland Association for Justice (MAJ), the 1,000+ membership of lawyers for victims.
Chair of the MAJ Education and Programs Committee, responsible for putting together seminars which teach other Maryland lawyers.
Frequent speaker for the American Association for Justice and the Maryland Association for Justice.
Avid author for the Trial Reporter, the journal of the plaintiffs' bar association.
Chair of the Solo and Small Firm Committee for the Baltimore County Bar Association.
John Cord has worked exclusively as a personal injury lawyer for his entire legal career. He is experienced in automobile and trucking accidents, medical malpractice, workers compensation and product liability.
He has been nominated as aRising Star by his peers in the Maryland's Super Lawyers for the past five years. He is a on the Board of Governors of the Maryland Association for Justice, and currently chairs the Education and Programs Committee, which organizes educational seminars for plaintiffs' lawyers throughout Maryland.
A prolific author, Mr. Cord has published over 25 articles in the Trial Reporter, a publication distributed quarterly to over one thousand Maryland Plaintiff's attorneys. He has also written for the American Association for Justice's Trial publication, and is a founding member of the Maryland Daily Record's Generation J.D. blog. He also frequently lectures for other lawyers, including the Maryland Association for Justice, the Trial Lawyers Association of Metropolitan Washington D.C., and the American Association for Justice.
John Cord lives in Baltimore City with his wife and two children. He is a foster parent for the Baltimore City Department of Social Services.
Bar Number: N/A
Maryland , 2003
Bar Number: 495876
District of Columbia , 2006
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