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Malpractice Resolution

Put to rest malpractice cases with the Law Office of Sheldon N. Jacobs in Owings Mills, Maryland. If you're looking for settlements for personal injury, disability, or wrongful death, turn to us. We understand that money alone will never replace the loss of a loved one. However, most families suffer tremendous financial loss due to the negligence or deliberate acts of others. We'll work to set straight all we can for you.


Proving Wrongful Death

Leave the legal details to us, and focus on taking care of yourself. It may sound like proving wrongful death is difficult, especially if a person who caused an accident is not held on criminal charges. However, the process of a wrongful death claim is a civil matter and has no bearing on whether or not a person is found guilty of criminal charges. Facing the loss of a loved one is difficult. It is even more challenging when their death is caused by the deliberate action or inaction of a third party.

Medical Malpractice

Receive compensation when a loved one dies due to medication error, surgical error, or wrong diagnosis. Despite the fact that malpractice occurs far more than it should, there is a legal remedy. The laws in every state allow us to hold doctors, clinics, and hospitals accountable when clear mistakes or acts of harm occur.

Automobile Accident

If you lost a family member because someone was drinking and driving, fell asleep at the wheel, or due to vehicle malfunction, you have the right to hold someone accountable. If your head of household is killed in an accident that could have been prevented, consider contacting us to file a wrongful death claim.


Receive peace of mind in armed robbery, muggings gone wrong, and even physical assault incidents that result in death. We work hard to identify parties responsible for the lack of concern for your loved one, and get compensation for you and your family.

Act Now

If you believe a death was avoidable, don't waste time. Like most states, Maryland has a statute of limitations. Under these rules, lawsuits must be filed before the third anniversary of the decedent's death. It is imperative that your attorney has the time to review all of the facts and gather pertinent information to file your suit.