- Personal Injury, Insurance Defense, Medical Malpractice ...
- District of Columbia, Maryland, New York
Thomas E. Neary has over twenty years of experience as a trial attorney serving clients in the Baltimore, Washington D.C., and New York areas. Mr. Neary handles a wide variety of cases involving disputes in personal injury, auto accidents, workers compensation and medical malpractice. Additionally, Tom can assist you in matters involving general practice areas, such as, business law and wills. Your legal issue deserves a highly qualified attorney who will advocate on your behalf with integrity and tenacity. Contact Tom and he will be happy to assist you and answer questions.
Tom became a lawyer to help people. When a person is injured in a car accident, work injury or other life experience, it can be a very traumatic time. Tom does his best to guide his clients through this tough time, informing them of their rights and fighting for them. Tom also worked for years for insurance companies defending car accident and negligence claims. He knows how they work and can use that knowledge to your benefit.
Tom's goal is to serve you and present your case persuasively in order to provide you with the representation you deserve. Tom has spent many years working successfully in the Baltimore/D.C. areas and looks forward to working for you.
1994, B.A. Loyola University, Baltimore, Maryland
1997, J.D. Hofstra University School of Law, Long Island, New York
1998, New York Bar
1999, Maryland and District of Columbia
2001, U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia
2002, U.S. District Court, District of Maryland
- Personal Injury
- Animal & Dog Bites, Brain Injury, Car Accidents, Construction Accidents, Motorcycle Accidents, Premises Liability, Truck Accidents, Wrongful Death
- Insurance Defense
- Medical Malpractice
- Birth Injury, Medical Misdiagnosis, Pharmacy Errors, Surgical Errors
- Arbitration & Mediation
- Business Arbitration, Consumer Arbitration, Family Arbitration
- Free Consultation
- District of Columbia
- District of Columbia Bar
- Maryland Court of Appeals
- ID Number: 9912150252
- New York
- New York State Office of Court Administration
- ID Number: 2873438
- English: Spoken, Written
- Hofstra University
- J.D. (1997) | Law
- District of Columbia Bar
- - Current
- Tom's website
- Q. my father drove my truck was in a accident. I have full coverage he isn't on my policy but has insurance. Am I at fault?
- A: Sorry about the accident. I pray your father and the other driver are recovering. You don't have all the details yet so your course of action is not totally set. There are a few things you can do and know at this point. Generally, if your Dad had permission to drive your truck and there are no exclusions on your policy then he would be a covered driver under your policy. You would report the accident to your insurance company and let them handle his civil defense - if he is at fault. You are not at fault, generally, unless there is a reason your dad should not have been driving the vehicle or a mechanical problem with the truck that led to the accident. If he just was driving with your permission then the liability issue is generally just with him. The insurance company will get your truck and see if it can be repaired or is totalled. They also generally start investigating the accident as soon as they are informed - particularly if there are serious injuries. If your dad is not at fault and the other driver is, he can hire a lawyer to start working on his behalf to get a case against the other driver lined up. Many lawyers who work in the personal injury field will be happy to do a free consultation to discuss where you stand at this point and see what, if anything can be done. Definitely get in touch with your insurance company and your dad or you on his behalf may want to speak with your own attorney. There are lots of unknowns at this point.
- Q. How long I have to get a lawyer after car accident in MD
- A: Sorry about your accident and rough birthday! The Statute of Limitations for filing most claims related to the accident is 3 years from the date of the accident. This is for negligence claims. There are also some issues dealing with insurance that need to be dealt with earlier. It is usually best to contact a lawyer as soon as possible to make sure you don't miss anything.
- Q. Hello, Is money awarded in a wrongful death case taxable on the state(MD) and Federal level? Thank you.Tom
- A: I am sorry for your loss. I agree generally with my colleague but would add this is a good conversation to have with your lawyer. I would hope you are working with a lawyer on a case of such magnitude.