Wood Law Offices, LLC

Experienced, Trial Tested and Proven

Prior Cases

In 2003, Mr. Wood won a verdict in the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland, Southern Division, for over $7 Million for a severely disfigured young man injured in a motor vehicle crash by a grossly negligent and intoxicated driver. He also won the tenth highest settlement at the time against the U.S. Navy for wrongful death due to medical malpractice for a female tennis champion.

Mr. Wood has also represented many other victims of tortious conduct including:

These cases, and many others, have or may in the near future for those still in litigation result in substantial verdicts or settlements for these individuals and their families whose lives have been completely altered due to these tragic occurrences.

Mr. Wood has also served as trial and appellate counsel in numerous criminal cases including Reed v State of Maryland, 35 Md. App. 472, cert. granted 280 Md. 734, reversed 283 Md. 374 which resulted in the reversal of a conviction and a new trial in one of the leading cases in the United States on the admissibility of new scientific evidence (spectrographic analysis a/k/a voice prints) which essentially declared this voice recognition technique unreliable in the scientific community and inadmissible as trial evidence.

In addition, he served as appellate counsel in Figgins vs. Cochrane 174 Md. App. 1, affirmed 403 Md. 392 (2008) which is a leading case involving the state of mind exception to the hearsay rule and the power of an attorney-in-fact to gift real property.