What should you do if you’ve been in a motorcycle accident?

If you are in a motorcycle accident you’re going to find that you experience quite a bit of confusion. Although everyone who rides a motorcycle knows that they are at a greater risk for getting into an accident, it’s rare for them to plan ahead as far as the steps they should take. As your […]

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Fiery Crash On Interstate Noted By Maryland Personal Injury Attorney

A western Maryland wreck on March 4 has taken the lives of two individuals near a construction zone, according to the Maryland State Police. The accident occurred near Williamsport on Interstate 81, just south of Exit 2, at about 11:20 a.m. Calls to 911 spoke of vehicles engulfed in flames. When first responders came to […]

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Could your pet also be involved in a traffic accident? Here are some issues to consider

Recently, Baltimore County Police reported an accident that led to serious injuries for three people, and resulted in the death of a dog that had been riding in one of the vehicles. Unsurprisingly, when we discuss a traffic accident, we’ll almost always focus on the severe impact it can have on people, including death, permanent […]

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Two Squads Disabled While Officers Escape Injury In Crash Noted By Charles County Accident Lawyer

A recent accident in Charles County resulted in a suspected drunk driver ramming his vehicle into two patrol cars parked along the side of the road. Fortunately, the officers escaped without injury, although their vehicles were disabled in the crash. The incident occurred on Feb. 22 at Smallwood Drive and St. Charles Parkway in Waldorf. […]

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Witness Assistance In Hit-and-run Incident Noted By St Marys County Accident Lawyer

A witness to a hit-and-run accident in Great Mills demonstrated an unusual degree of persistence on Feb. 15. The efforts of this witness were even more helpful because it turned out that the alleged hit-and-run motorist was driving with her teenage son in the vehicle while she was allegedly intoxicated. A Fortunate Coincidence After the […]

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Don’t Lose Your Temper on the Highway warns Maryland Personal Injury Attorney

You know only too well the signs of an aggressive driver. He (because such drivers are usually male) shares the road with everyone else and yet behaves as if he’s the only one there. He zooms into every open space in front of him, tailgates you if you’re driving too slowly. Then he sits on […]

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Serious Gaithersburg Pedestrian Accident Noted By Montgomery County Accident Attorney

A two-car crash in Gaithersburg also involved two pedestrians on a sidewalk. Montgomery County Police have initially blamed excessive speed for the collision and subsequent loss of life that occurred in the afternoon of Friday, Jan. 24. Collision at a Lane Merge A Chrysler Sebring carrying two passengers and a Honda Accord reportedly made contact […]

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Why bodily injury liability insurance is essential as well as mandatory

Bodily injury is defined as an injury that is inflicted on a person as a result of someone’s negligence. Very often bodily injury results from automobile accidents, which means that the person who is at fault needs to carry bodily injury liability insurance as part of his or her automobile insurance. Carinsurance.com notes that bodily […]

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To Avoid Personal Injury, Don’t Run that Red Light

Do you leave for work as late as possible, hoping to make up for lost time by driving fast? Is a yellow light a signal for you to speed up? Do you make quick right turns on red lights without checking behind you? You may change your crash-worthy habits after reading these stats from the […]

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Tragic Crash On Veterans Highway Noted By Anne Arundel County Accident Attorney

Veterans Highway, just south of the Crain Highway, was the site of the first fatal crash in Anne Arundel County in 2014. In the two-car collision in Millersville, a BMW was heading south on Veterans Highway on the morning of Jan. 15. The driver reportedly lost control of his vehicle, and it careened into oncoming […]

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