At Lauderdale, Thompson & Warby, LLP, we pride ourselves in providing zealous advocacy to our clients. You can count on our attorneys to provide you with professional and aggressive representation. Whether you have had an accident, work injury, or you have been accused of a crime, we can help you fight for your rights. Consultations are free. Contact us now so that we can help protect your rights.
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When you suffer an injury, it can be a painful and stressful experience. Between hospitalization, visits to the doctor, and missing work, you have too much to deal with to also have to worry about protecting your legal rights. That is where Lauderdale, Thompson and Warby can help.
When people hear the term “assault” they usually think of the crime. However, assault can also be a civil action. In a civil case, an assault refers to an attempt or threat of violence – not necessarily actual violence itself. If someone is assaulted they can sue to recover monetary damages.
Have you been injured in an automobile accident? It is important to speak to an attorney as soon as possible. You should never attempt to deal with another driver’s insurance company on your own. A skilled attorney can ensure that you don’t get pushed around by the insurance company and get the compensation you deserve. We handle all types of vehicular accidents, including trucking accidents, motorcycle accidents, pedestrian accidents, and hit & runs. Contact us today.
DUI/DWI AND TRAFFIC
With Noah’s Law, the administrative penalties for DUIs became much stricter in the State of Maryland. The attorneys at Lauderdale, Thompson and Warby take defending DUIs and other traffic offenses very seriously. Our attorneys have years of experience helping people navigate the perils of Motor Vehicle Administration hearings and court appearances on these matters. We have helped individuals avoid heavy fines and points, as well as periods of incarceration, which would otherwise have jeopardized their driver’s licenses.
Have you been injured on the job? You may be able to file a worker’s compensation claim against your employer. A worker’s compensation claim is complex and requires an attorney experienced in this area of law. It is important that you understand your rights and your employer’s responsibilities. Contact us now and we can help.
Meet The Team
Katrina earned her Juris Doctor from the University of Baltimore School of Law where she graduated magna cum laude. While in law school, Katrina was a law clerk for two of Baltimore's most prominent personal injury law firms. After graduation, she worked as a government contractor for the U.S. Attorney's Office in Greenbelt.
Ms. Lauderdale was admitted to the Maryland Bar in 2012. Her primary practice area is civil litigation, with an emphasis on personal injury and workers' compensation. Prior to becoming a founding partner of our firm, Katrina spent two years working for a civil litigation firm in the Baltimore area.
Prior to becoming a founding partner of Lauderdale, Thompson and Warby, LLP, Mr. Thompson ran his own successful legal practice, The Law Practice of Benjamin Thompson, Esq., handling primarily criminal, traffic, juvenile delinquency and Child in Need of Assistance cases. Before entering private practice, Mr. Thompson served as an attorney with the Maryland Office of the Public Defender practicing in its juvenile division. As an Assistant Public Defender, Mr. Thompson fought for his clients in many different types of cases, including traffic offenses, assaults, burglaries, robberies and sex offenses.
Bradley Warby was raised in Central Virginia and moved to Maryland after being accepted to the Maryland Bar in 2009. Prior to becoming a founding partner of our firm, he maintained a tireless solo criminal defense practice since 2009 in which he defended over 800 individuals accused of crimes. He has a record of success, with not guilty findings in everything from the most basic domestic violence charges to the most serious felony cases, including two not guilty findings in cases in which his clients were facing life in prison.