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What Should I Do if I Have Hearing Loss after a Car Wreck?

Hearing loss and tinnitus affect millions of people throughout Maryland. Although these conditions are not life threatening, they may still impact a person’s overall quality of life.  Impaired hearing makes communicating difficult and may limit work and social opportunities. On top of these daily challenges, aids to improve hearing can be quite costly. Unfortunately, hearing-related… Read More

How is Technology Affecting Car Accident Cases?

The rapid pace of technology is dizzying, especially in the automotive industry. New developments in car technology are significantly changing how Americans drive, and their safety while doing so. These innovations can reduce the risk of a car accident and the personal injury that can result. Today’s cars come with many of the following standard… Read More

How can I Protect Myself from Aggressive Drivers?

With the sheer number of cars on the road and drivers wanting to get where they are going quickly, it is not surprising that aggressive driving happens. Unfortunately, aggressive driving is also often a reaction to road rage. In fact, an AAA report says that up to 80 percent of drivers say they have felt… Read More

What Rights Do I Have as an Injured Passenger in Maryland?

Every year, vehicle safety improves. Car manufacturers add new safety features such as extra airbags and automated warning systems in an effort to keep occupants safe. Some cars will even take control if a vehicle starts to leave its lane or is about to impact another car. Yet, there is a disturbing trend. Car wreck… Read More

What are the Most Common Car Wreck Injuries?

No one likes to think about being in a car wreck, but thousands of them happen every single day in Maryland and across the United States. No matter the type of vehicle, there are specific common personal injuries in car wrecks. Some of these injuries can cause medical issues that last for months or even… Read More

What Makes a Credible Witness in a Car Accident Claim?

When a motorist is involved in a car accident, there are a number of steps that he or she must take, particularly if the accident caused injuries. For example, it is crucial that a motorist call 911 so that dispatch can send a police officer and emergency medical technicians to the scene of the accident…. Read More

Can My Lawyer Negotiate a Car Accident Settlement if I Have Already Verbally Accepted an Offer?

Car accidents are terrible. Even minor accidents leave victims dealing with vehicle repairs and insurance claims. More serious accidents may cause personal injury, leaving victims out of work and finding it difficult to pay their bills. This may change when a car accident victim gets a phone call from an insurance adjuster. The adjuster makes… Read More

Why Do Motorists Continue to Engage in Distracted Driving?  

Despite the fact that it is widely known that distracted driving is dangerous and is one of the top causes of serious car wrecks in the United States, people continue to talk on the phone, read or send text messages, adjust the radio or navigation system, and engage in other behaviors that take their attention… Read More

How can Drivers Share the Road Safely This Summer?

According to the most recent car wreck data available from the Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT), more than 111,000 total motor vehicle accidents were recorded over a five-year period. Those accidents claimed more than 500 lives and caused a staggering 48,257 personal injuries. As public spaces begin to open up across the state and the… Read More

Why are the 100 Deadliest Days of Summer So Dangerous for Teen Drivers?

Memorial Day weekend marks the unofficial start of the summer season. It is also the start of the 100 Deadliest Days of Summer, which runs from Memorial Day to Labor Day. During this time, the number of fatal car accidents spikes significantly, particularly those that involve teen drivers. In fact, according to an AAA study,… Read More

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