Kevin Finnegan and Kevin Goldberg met the first day of law school in 1993 at Catholic University. During their third year of law school, they worked as a team at the Columbus Community Legal Services Clinic and received the highest grades in the class! The "Kevins," as they quickly became known successfully represented a consumer in a civil lawsuit against Ford Motor Company on a on a breach of warranty claim, for her defective automobile.
The Kevins, decided that they would one day practice law together. Of course, at the time, they thought that this day would not be until some time in the distant future. Upon graduation, Kevin and Kevin each worked for different law firms, and were not satisfied with the minimal personal satisfaction that came with working as an associate. Instead, they decided to start their own law practice--- and in February 1997 Goldberg & Finnegan, LLC was born!
Kevin I. Goldberg serves on the Maryland Trial Lawyers Association Board of Governors. In June 2005, Mr. Goldberg was elected to serve on the Executive Board of the Maryland Trial Lawyers Association, and it is anticipated that he will be President of the Maryland Trial Lawyers Association from 2008 to 2010.
If you or a family member has been injured or killed in an automobile, truck or motorcycle accident, we want to represent you! We will fight to be sure that you are fully compensated for your losses, and that you receive your compensation in the shortest possible time. We also make sure that you receive adequate medical treatment in a timely and cost effective manner. At Goldberg & Finnegan, LLC, we have a track record of standing up to the insurance companies, and taking the at fault driver and/or insurance companies to Court when appropriate. Our Case Manager, Paul Oltchick, is a former State Farm Senior Claims Adjuster, and he knows the tricks and methods that the insurance companies use to evaluate claims. The combination of Mr. Oltchick's expertise in claims, and our attorneys' willingness to go to Court when necessary make certain that you are fully compensated for your injuries in the shortest possible time.
According to the National Highway Traffic Administration, in 2004, approximately 2,788,000 people were injured in motor vehicle accidents and 42,636 people were killled, making auto accidents the leading cause of injury and death in the United States.