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Our Promise

We take pride in guiding our clients through every step of the legal process. We handle discussions with the insurance companies and provide you with helpful advice and legal protection throughout your case. Your fight is our fight.

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Personal Service

Your case matters to us. While other firms may charge for legal advice, our initial consultation is always free. Our experts are here to make sure your case is handled with care and compassion from start to finish.



When dealing with a serious injury or death, the timing of your case is crucial. That’s why we are available to help you 24 hours a day. We consider all cases and do not charge a fee until you get your recovery.

30+ Years of Experience
Federal and State Decisions Published in Law Books
2,850+ Successful Cases
Serving Maryland since 1985

Meet Daniel J. Earnshaw

earnshaw.pngAttorney Daniel J. Earnshaw has been practicing law in Maryland since 1985. As a Baltimore, MD native and a Harford County resident since 1974, his commitment to serve his local communities makes him a trustworthy partner to represent your legal case.
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“My life was changed forever and turned upside down when I was struck on the head by a large board thrown out of a second story window by a negligent employee of a subcontractor on the site. It was shocking when my employer’s Workers’ Compensation insurance company denied the claim! Dan told me not to worry as we waited for a hearing to be scheduled.

He was always confident and reassuring and when he explained things to me, he displayed an incredible knowledge of the Workers’ Compensation law. He was able to expose my employer’s attempt at trying to change the facts in order to deny me coverage that was rightfully mine. Sure enough, we won. I got all my back pay and am covered for life. Now, he is going after the insurance company for the subcontractor whose employee caused my devastating injuries. I can’t recommend Dan Earnshaw highly enough.”

- J. D., Havre de Grace, Maryland