What We Do For You
Baird Mandalas Brockstedt is experienced in representing clients injured in motor vehicle collisions. Whether your collision involves a car, motorcycle or truck, our team at BMB will attend to every detail of your case so that you can focus on getting better.
Motor vehicle collisions can cause a range of personal injuries that may include muscle sprains and strains, broken bones, catastrophic and traumatic loss, or death. Regardless of the circumstances of your case, we are dedicated to maximizing your compensation which includes:
- Ensuring medical expenses are paid
- Recovery of past lost wages or future loss of income
- Money for pain and suffering
The team of auto collision lawyers at BMB will meet with you and discuss your particular situation and injuries. We will take care of navigating the complex world of insurance to ensure you obtain the best possible recovery.
Chase T. Brockstedt
Chase Brockstedt is the lead partner in the firm’s injury litigation department. He has dedicated his career to representing individuals who have been injured through no fault of their own and are seeking fair compensation. Chase has substantial experience in navigating the complicated world of insurance to ensure that his client’s medical bills and lost wages are paid on time and to recover damages for pain, suffering and permanent injuries.
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CATHERINE M. CRAMER
Catherine practices civil litigation representing her clients in personal injury, premises liability, property damage, medical negligence and commercial litigation matters. Catherine is part of the firm’s Mass Tort & Environmental Litigation team and has assisted clients in class action litigation.
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Brian V. DeMott
Over the years, Brian DeMott has researched complex civil and criminal issues ranging from employment discrimination to post-conviction relief. As a Leadership Delaware Fellow, Mr. DeMott has gone through an intensive, year-long course in which he learned about issues facing the First State.
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