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Blog Posts in June, 2016

  • By: Allan M. Siegel A collision involving three vehicles injured 5 victims and a Maryland State Police trooper early Saturday morning in Montgomery County, Maryland. The crash occurred shortly before 7:00 am when an SUV traveling along the highway south of Gaithersburg veered into the shoulder and into the back of a the trooper’s cruiser, which then collided with the vehicle in front. At the ...
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  • By: Allan M. Siegel A crash involving a Metrobus, pick-up truck, and a tree in Silver Spring, Maryland Monday evening injured over a dozen people, local authorities report. The collision took place shortly after 4:00 pm Monday when the J2 bus collided with another vehicle and then crashed into a nearby tree on East-West Highway near Grubb Road. Metro representatives reported the bus was en route ...
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  • By: Matthew Tievsky When a plaintiff sues a defendant for causing an auto accident, the plaintiff bears the burden of proof at trial. This means that the plaintiff is the person who has to provide evidence first at trial, and the plaintiff must convince the jury that the defendant was at fault and caused injuries to the plaintiff. In a criminal case, the government needs to prove the ...
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