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If I settle my property damage claim, can I still make a claim for “bodily injuries” in Maryland?

Yes. Typically property damage claims are resolved separately. If you settle your property damage claim, it will not affect your ability to later make a personal injury claim unless you waive those rights in the release. Be sure you consult with an attorney or have an attorney review your property damage release to make sure it does not encompass or waive other rights you may have.

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