Personal Injury Blog
    • Maryland Passes Law to Protect Rights of Cyclists in Crosswalks

      By: Matthew Tievsky Years ago, Maryland’s legislature (the General Assembly) passed a law permitting cyclists to ride within crosswalks, like pedestrians. However – possibly as an oversight – the ...

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    • 14-Year-Old Boy on Bike Killed by Car Crash, Driver Possibly was Drunk

      By: Allan M. Siegel On January 28, 2017, 2 teenagers were hit by a car in Randallstown, Maryland. The 14-year-old on the bike was killed. The other teenager on the bike was seriously injured. Police ...

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    • Fatal Accident on Capital Crescent Trail Claims Life of 81-Year-Old Cyclist

      By: Allan M. Siegel An 81-year-old man was killed Monday morning after he was struck by a vehicle on the Capital Crescent Trail. According to authorities, the man was riding a three-wheeled recumbent ...

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    • Officials Investigating Fatal Tractor-Trailer, Bus Crash in Prince George’s County

      By: Allan M. Siegel Officials from Prince George’s County Police Department are investigating a multi-vehicle crash in Clinton, Maryland that left one victim dead and several others injured. According ...

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    • Manslaughter Indictment Over Fatal Indian Head Highway Crash Shows Inner Workings of Criminal, Civil Auto Accident Cases

      By: Dan Hausman On January 24, 2019, a man was indicted on three counts of vehicular manslaughter for his role in a fatal rear end collision. The crash occurred on Indian Head Highway in Prince ...

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    • Two School Bus Crashes in Anne Arundel, Montgomery Counties Raise Questions About Fault & Liability

      A school bus with at least 12 children on board overturned during a crash with an SUV in Anne Arundel County on Wednesday, November 7th. Two days earlier, a school bus carrying middle school students ...

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    • Three Deaths Reported in Suitland Parkway Crash in Prince George's County

      By: Allan M. Siegel A two-vehicle crash and fire on Suitland Parkway in Prince George’s County early Monday morning claimed the lives of three victims and injured another. According to officials, a ...

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    • U.S. House of Representatives Advances Several Bills to Limit Plaintiffs' Right to Compensation in Court

      By: Matthew Tievsky Since the election, the U.S. House of Representatives has considered several bills which, if passed into law, would significantly limit the right of personal injury plaintiffs to ...

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    • Mid-March Winter Snow Storm Expected Tonight, as well as Treacherous Road Conditions

      Monday, March 13, 2017- There is a winter storm warning covering DC and several counties in Maryland and Virginia . Heavy snow is expected in the northwest, and a dangerous mix of snow, rain, and ...

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    • Two School Bus Crashes in Anne Arundel, Montgomery Counties Raise Questions About Fault & Liability

      A school bus with at least 12 children on board overturned during a crash with an SUV in Anne Arundel County on Wednesday, November 7th. Two days earlier, a school bus carrying middle school students ...

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    • Maryland Police Officer Charged with Rape and Assault

      By: Allan M. Siegel All sexual assaults are unjustifiable crimes, and those committed by officials sworn to protect the public from harm are especially troubling. In one recent case, a Prince George’s ...

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    • Loose Beach Umbrella Impales Woman on Maryland Beach

      By: Joseph Cammarata On Sunday July 22, a woman was struck by a loose umbrella and impaled in the chest while visiting a Maryland Beach. The incident is the second case within a week in the local area ...

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    • Thirteen People Injured in I-270 Crash

      By: Allan M. Siegel A multi-vehicle crash on the I-270 this Sunday night has left at least 13 people injured, including six children. The accident occurred on the northbound side of the highway ...

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    • Officials Investigating Fatal Tractor-Trailer, Bus Crash in Prince George’s County

      By: Allan M. Siegel Officials from Prince George’s County Police Department are investigating a multi-vehicle crash in Clinton, Maryland that left one victim dead and several others injured. According ...

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    • Chain Reaction Crash in Prince George's County Kills Boy, Critically Injures Woman

      By: Allan M. Siegel A chain reaction crash in Prince George’s County on Interstate 95 killed a 13-year old boy and critically injured a Baltimore woman. According to Maryland state police, the crash ...

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    • Woman Awarded $51 Million in 18-Wheeler Accident

      By: Allan M. Siegel In 2012, Wayne Marable’s tractor-trailer shifted into forward gear and, despite allegedly having its emergency brake on, dragged his wife under its wheels, causing catastrophic ...

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    • Record Payout for Johnson & Johnson Whistleblowers

      By: Allan M. Siegel Earlier this month, Johnson & Johnson reached a $2.2 billion settlement for charges alleging that the company mis-marketed drugs for unapproved uses and gave kickbacks to doctors ...

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    • Manslaughter Indictment Over Fatal Indian Head Highway Crash Shows Inner Workings of Criminal, Civil Auto Accident Cases

      By: Dan Hausman On January 24, 2019, a man was indicted on three counts of vehicular manslaughter for his role in a fatal rear end collision. The crash occurred on Indian Head Highway in Prince ...

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    • Dallas Police Officer Fatally Shoots Innocent Man in His Own Apartment

      By: Matthew Tievsky Another wrongful shooting by a police officer has set off an uproar around the country. On September 6, Dallas police officer Amber Guyger finished her shift and was still in her ...

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    • Two Louisiana Marshals Arrested for Killing of 6 Year-Old Boy in Arrest Gone Wrong

      By: Matthew Tievsky On November 3, 2015, Jeremy David Mardis, a 6 year-old autistic boy, was killed in a hailstorm of bullets fired by two marshals working for the small town of Marksville, Louisiana. ...

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