Alan J. Belsky

Alan J. Belsky

Belsky, Weinberg &
Horowitz LLC

Baltimore, MD

  • user-graduate Education University of Baltimore School of Law
  • Experience 30 years of experience year
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Practice Areas

Legal Malpractice
Medical Malpractice
Personal Injury
Products Liability
Legal Malpractice

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice

  • District of Columbia
    Since 1992

Spoken Languages

  • English


I am a civil litigator and trial attorney with more than 29 years of courtroom experience in matters involving professional malpractice. I pursue legal remedies for clients who have suffered avoidable catastrophic injuries due to negligence and misconduct. I strive to make the attorney-client relationship a collaborative one. Money is no substitute for the loss of good health and other harms. In some cases, I recommend postponing the pursuit malpractice claims in favor of the exhaustion of all reasonable non-legal and medical options, particularly in cases where medical negligence is suspected. Only when all reasonable medical options have been exhausted will I recommend a legal remedy. Maryland has very restrictive laws and procedures applicable exclusively to malpractice claims, including mandatory state agency arbitration, and lower malpractice damage caps than those applicable in all other personal injury cases. The pursuit of a malpractice claim is a complex, time consuming, and expensive proposition. The commitment by both attorney and client from beginning to end must be absolute and unwavering. I am committed to dedicating the time and the firm's financial resources to achieve the best possible result for cases with legal merit. Areas of Legal Emphasis: Professional Malpractice and Catastrophic Injury Claims

Professional Associations

  • District of Columbia Bar


  • University of Baltimore School of Law
    J.D. (1991) | Jurisprudence
    1987 - 1991


  • A.V. Rating


  • Alan J. Belsky Award (honorary)
    Maryland State Bar Association, Consumer Bankruptcy Section


  • Injury as a Matter of Law: Is this the Answer to the Wrongful Life Dilemma?
    University of Baltimore Law Review
    June, 1993


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  • Contingent Fees Our Firm charges no fees and assumes all expenses and risk of loss.