Nicholas Ferrante

Nicholas Ferrante

Managing Partner

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Nobody chooses to get hurt, but if you are injured by someone else’s actions you may be entitled to compensation for your pain and suffering, missed work, medical expenses and future disability. Being represented by a lawyer experienced in this area of the law can increase your chances for a good result.

At Ferrante & Dill, LLC, our priority is ensuring you have time to heal from your car accident without worrying about dealing with insurance companies for compensation. Our law firm practices personal injury law for Maryland and Washington, D.C. We have the legal experience to pursue damages on your behalf.

If you are facing DUI or DWI charges, you need a knowledgeable DUI attorney to guide you through the court process. Learn more below about DUI laws and why you should hire a reputable lawyer to handle your DUI charge.

The stakes are high if you or a loved one have been charged with a criminal offense. When you’re facing criminal charges you need an attorney to help you understand the potential consequences and navigate the complicated criminal justice system to help protect your livelihood, reputation, and constitutional rights.

There are so many details to consider when starting, running, or closing a business. Whether choosing the proper type of business entity, negotiating or reviewing contracts, applying for licensing, or closing up shop, let the attorneys at Ferrante & Dill help prepare you for success.

A liquor license lawyer can facilitate this understanding. Our team at Ferrante & Dill, LLC, provides details about Maryland’s liquor laws and steps in to help if you face legal issues regarding your license.

You have the opportunity to secure legal help if you face charges for assault in Calvert County, Maryland. An assault lawyer can help you review your options for building a defense while protecting your rights. Our team at Ferrante & Dill, LLC, handles violent crime charges in Calvert County, Maryland area.

If you need a truck accident lawyer in Calvert County, choose Ferrante & Dill, a trusted firm in this field. Contact us today for a free, no-obligation consultation during which we can explain your options and give you a clearer path forward.

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Frequently Asked Questions

To prepare for a court date, you should review your case, dress appropriately, arrive early, bring all necessary documents and evidence, practice your presentation, be respectful and honest, follow all courtroom rules and procedures, and consider seeking legal advice if needed. Just like you would want to present yourself in the best possible light in court, it’s important to present your case in a clear and organized manner to increase your chances of success.

A good criminal defense lawyer should provide expert legal advice, help you understand your legal options, and develop a strong defense strategy based on the specific details of your case. They should have extensive knowledge and experience in criminal law, and be able to represent you in court if necessary. Additionally, a good criminal defense lawyer should be honest and transparent about the potential outcomes of your case, and work closely with you to ensure that you’re comfortable with the defense strategy being used.

After a person is arrested, they are typically taken into police custody and brought before a judge for an arraignment. At the arraignment, the judge will inform the defendant of the charges against them, and the defendant will have the opportunity to enter a plea. If the defendant cannot afford an attorney, the court will appoint a public defender to represent them. Alternatively, the defendant may choose to hire a private attorney to represent them.

 Determining the value of a personal injury case can be complex and depends on many factors such as the severity of the injury, the extent of damages, and the liability of the parties involved. Generally, the value of a personal injury case is determined by the amount of financial losses you’ve incurred as a result of the injury, such as medical bills, lost income, and other related expenses, as well as non-economic damages such as pain and suffering. It’s important to consult with a qualified personal injury attorney who can evaluate your case and help you determine an appropriate value.