Nicholas E. Kosmas, JD MBA

Nick Kosmas is a website brought to you by the Law Offices Of Nicholas E. Kosmas, LLC.    Nick Kosmas is dedicated to helping consumers recover what they are entitled to in the event of an automotive accident that was not their fault.

Nick received his law degree from the University of Baltimore School of Law, where he graduated cum laude.   Nick also holds a MBA from the University of Baltimore Merrick School of Business.   Nick was a Staff Editor for the University Baltimore Law Forum.  He also was selected to join a prestigious fellowship with the Maryland State Bar Association, advising the Business Law Section of the Bar on banking, securities regulation, and legislation.

While in law school, Nick’ experience included working for a national real estate law firm as well as for a small business lawyer in Downtown Baltimore.  Nick has lobbied the Baltimore City Council regarding business and tourism issues.

As a Rule 16 Attorney, Nick has represented  clients ranging from individuals, start-up businesses, non-profit 501 (c)3 organizations, to established businesses.

Before becoming a lawyer, Nick has had a successful career in business.  Nick began his career in the automotive industry, managing one of the largest General Motors dealerships in the county.  He has been on the management team of some of the largest companies in the world, including Deutche Telecom and Verizon.  For 7 years, Nick worked for a home improvement franchise owner and helped him grow from a 2-location business to one of the largest companies of its kind in the United States.

For a free consultation and appraisal of your Diminished Value Claim, contact Nick today at 410-935-1800.

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  • There is no charge for an initial consultation – call today.

  • You are obligated by law to disclose that your vehicle has been in an accident…

    what will that do to it’s value?


  • The Average Diminished Value claim is $5000.*

    *each case is unique and results may vary.


  • Having your car repaired is not enough.

  • The insurance company doesn’t want to give you Diminished Value – but you are entitled to it under the law.