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  • Kentlands Man Killed in Bicycle Accident with WSSC Truck
    Kentlands Man Killed in Bicycle Accident with WSSC Truck

    By: Allan M. Siegel A Kentlands man was tragically struck and killed yesterday morning in an accident involving a Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC) truck. According to police reports, the ...

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  • Where Are You Allowed to Cross the Street in Maryland?
    Where Are You Allowed to Cross the Street in Maryland?

    By: Matthew Tievsky It seems that many people believe that the driver of an automobile is always required to yield the right of way to a pedestrian. As a matter of safety and common decency, of ...

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  • Whose Responsibility is it to Avoid a Rear-End Collision in Maryland?
    Whose Responsibility is it to Avoid a Rear-End Collision in Maryland?

    By: Matthew Tievsky One of the most common types of auto accidents that we see are rear-end collisions, in which one car (the following vehicle) hits the back of another car (the leading vehicle). ...

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  • How a Pre-Existing Condition Can Affect Your Auto Accident Lawsuit in Maryland
    How a Pre-Existing Condition Can Affect Your Auto Accident Lawsuit in Maryland

    By: Matthew Tievsky Maryland, like the country in general, follows what is called the "eggshell skull rule." The idea is that if you are unusually vulnerable to being injured – as if you had a skull ...

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  • Gonzaga High School Senior Killed, Several Injured in Beltway Shoulder Collision
    Gonzaga High School Senior Killed, Several Injured in Beltway Shoulder Collision

    By: Allan M Siegel A 17-year-old senior from Gonzaga College High School was tragically killed this past weekend following a two-vehicle car accident on the Capital Beltway. According to officials ...

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