In addition to home design and remodeling, Glickman Design Build founder, Russ Glickman, has vast experience performing home accessibility expert witness work for attorneys and their clients dealing with personal injury claims. Russ is delighted to represent defense attorneys or plaintiff attorneys alike. His focus is on creating homes that are both safe and comfortable. […]
Serve as an expert witness for wheelchair accessible home assessmnets, modifications, conversions and home redesigns. Prepare detailed cost reports, assist with case reviews and depositions, and provide courtroom testimony for attorney’s clients. https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/need-help-personal-injury-cases-russell-glickman-mcr-caps-udcp?published=u
Once you decide to hire an attorney, ask that your arrangement be put in writing. This agreement can be recorded in the form of a letter or formal contract. It should specifically define what services the attorney will perform for you and the fees that will be assessed for the attorney’s services.
The Maryland Home Improvement Commission (MHIC) has specific requirements for the form and content of every home improvement contract.
The contract must be in writing and be legible. Also, the contract must describe each document that it incorporates, and it must be signed by each party to the agreement.