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Ridesharing Company Offers Free Rides Home on New Years’ Eve

As 2018 ends, and the holiday season is in full swing, many people look forward to ringing in the new year by celebrating with family and friends. Whether you are celebrating at a bar, at a friend’s home, or watching the ball drop at Times Square, New Year’s Eve is one of the most anticipated… Read More

Riding the Bus Can Reduce Your Chance of Injuries

Whether commuting to work or school, running errands, or taking a road trip, most people prefer driving their own car over taking a bus. People like the convenience, comfort, and privacy of their cars, even if it is not always the best, or safest option. According to a recent study, commuters are three times more… Read More

Statute of Limitations for Filing a Personal Injury Lawsuit

In the state of Maryland, if you are injured in a car accident, and want to file a personal injury lawsuit against the other motorist involved, you must do so within a certain amount of time. This is known as the statute of limitations. In Maryland, there is a three-year statute of limitations, after which… Read More

Pursuing Legal Action After a Drunk Driving Accident

Despite what we all know about the dangers of drunk driving, too many people continue to get behind the wheel after they had too much to drink. As a result, thousands of innocent people are seriously injured in drunk driving accidents every year. In fact, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC),… Read More

Answers to Common Questions About Car Accidents

If you have ever been in a car accident, you know that they can be stressful and overwhelming, particularly if there are injuries involved. Since car accidents happen when you least expect it, motorists are often unsure about what to do immediately following the accident, which can make the situation that much more stressful. Motorists… Read More

Proving Fault in an Intersection Accident

Car accidents often cause obvious property damage and visible injuries to those involved, particularly if the vehicles were traveling at a high speed. What is not always obvious, however, is who becomes responsible for causing the accident. When an accident occurs at a busy intersection, there are several factors to consider that can help prove… Read More

Safety Tips for Winter Driving  

The first snow came early this year, with some parts of Maryland getting close to 10 inches before Thanksgiving. As a result, first responders were called to various car accidents between 6 a.m. and 9 p.m. on November 15th. At least two of those accidents were fatal and others resulted in serious injuries. Snow, ice,… Read More

Dangers of Night Driving

There is no denying the fact that driving at night is more difficult than driving during daylight hours, and it should be noted that daylight hours are decreasing since the East Coast turned the clocks back in early November. Shortened daylight hours put drivers at an increased risk of car accidents due to many factors… Read More

Dangers Involving Bus Stops

Last month, the lives of three young children in Indiana were tragically cut short when they were hit by a car while crossing the street to get on their stopped school bus. The driver passed the stopped school bus even while the stop-arm was engaged. The accident made national news and raised awareness about the… Read More

Pursuing a Wrongful Death Lawsuit in Maryland

Losing a loved one is devastating to the surviving family members, particularly when the death was caused by another person’s negligence and could have been avoided. In addition to the emotional trauma, the loss can have a serious financial impact if the deceased was the main provider of the family. A wrongful death claim can… Read More

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