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The Law Offices of Marc G. Snyder

Baltimore, MD (map)

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About The Law Offices of Marc G. Snyder

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The Law Offices of Marc G. Snyder represents individuals who have been seriously injured due to the negligence of another, whether in a serious auto accident or as the result of a medical error. The firm also proudly represents those facing serious traffic and criminal charges.


229 North Howard Street, #201
Baltimore, MD 21201

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  • 1/5 stars August 2, 2014

    Worst attorney experience in my life, my questions were never given a direct answer and it always seemed as if i was bugging him, i eventually dropped his services and began to look for a new attorney.

  • 1/5 stars July 31, 2014

    Lol big Al. I'd be ashamed if I spent years in school to do petty things like false minor injuries claims. The epidemy of why lawyers go straight to hell.

  • 5/5 stars October 7, 2011

    got this guys insurance book and then got in an accident.
    not my first rodeo, but this time I got a ton more money.
    good stuff guy

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Q. Write your own question and answer it.

A. When you owe money to your creditor, it should be first and foremost liability to pay it off on time. Even if you enroll in debt settlement service you have to pay as per settlement. But, due to many reasons, this could make it hard for you to pay your debt. Now, whatever legitimate your reason may be, your creditor would supposedly show less tolerance to you for not paying his money. And, he is within his legitimate right to take legal action against you to recoup his money. He can either sell your default account to a collection agency or file a lawsuit in the court and obtain a judgment against you. However, default account can not result in a criminal case against you unless the debt is borne out of criminal fraud. All credit related problems are solved under civil law. Criminal law does not come in the way of it. Credit companies are supposed to sue you in the small claims court.

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