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  • Truck Driver Faces 20 Years in Prison After Fatal Maryland Truck Accident
    Truck Driver Faces 20 Years in Prison After Fatal Maryland Truck Accident

    Authored by Allan Siegel Christopher and Diana Schmidt were moving from Gaithersburg, Maryland to California in September of last year. Diana Schmidt packed their two young sons in her family sedan ...

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  • Who Is At Fault In A Maryland Rear-End Collision?
    Who Is At Fault In A Maryland Rear-End Collision?

    Authored by Matthew Tievsky Under Maryland law, there are certain rules that help determine who is at fault in a rear-end collision – whether it involves two cars or twenty. The clearest is this: As a ...

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  • Navy Yard Shooter Displayed Serious Red Flags: Why Weren't These Noticed?
    Navy Yard Shooter Displayed Serious Red Flags: Why Weren't These Noticed?

    Authored by: Allan M. Siegel, Esq. Last week's Navy Yard shooting in Washington, D.C. will not soon be forgotten, especially given the overwhelming evidence that has since surfaced regarding the ...

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  • The Importance of Witnesses in a Maryland Auto Accident Case
    The Importance of Witnesses in a Maryland Auto Accident Case

    Authored by Joseph Cammarata In a civil case, and in an auto accident case in particular, it is the plaintiff (the person bringing the claim) who has the burden of proof. More specifically, the ...

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  • After a Maryland Auto Accident, Take Care Before Speaking with an Insurance Company
    After a Maryland Auto Accident, Take Care Before Speaking with an Insurance Company

    Authored by Matthew Tievsky Most people take it as standard procedure to notify their insurance carrier after they're in a car accident, but beyond that, it's important to be wary of how much you ...

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  • Preventable Auto Accidents in Maryland
    Preventable Auto Accidents in Maryland

    Authored by Ira Sherman According to the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration, traffic crashes – including car accidents – are the leading cause of death of people between the ages of 4 to 34. Each ...

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