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DRUNK DRIVING AND DRIVING WHILE IMPAIRED: TIS THE SEASON; BE RESPONSIBLE

The CDC reports that every day, 28 people in the United States die in motor vehicle crashes that involve an alcohol-impaired driver. This amounts to one death every 51 minutes. That does not include those cases where the driver is impaired by drugs or some other substance. The annual cost of alcohol-related crashes totals more than $44...

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TO JUMP OR NOT TO JUMP: CAN MY CHILD REALLY FLY?

Today, our kids are trending towards moving into the more extreme sports, wall (rock) climbing, tumbling, acrobatics, trampoline jumping and other feats of flying through the air, not to mention skateboarding, snow-boarding, and playground activities, filled with loops, jumps and all other forms of treacherous obstacles and equipment that can lead to injury. These activities...

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INFOTAINMENT IS NOT JUST FUN AND GAMES IN THE FAMILY ROOM ANYMORE

Cars, the original - and one of the great - mobile devices to begin with, are about to get even more connected to the Internet. According to Glenn Lurie of AT&T’s Emerging Devices business, only five percent of the cars are connected today. “Three to five years from now, 100 percent will be connected,’’ he said. “You’ll...

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Study of Ages 8-13 Show Results of Injury from Football

There has been a great deal of research in recent years into the long-term damage concussions can cause for professional football players, even drawing enough attention to make a movie about it , “Concussion” starring Will Smith in 2015. A notable by-product is the discovery of the condition known Chronic traumatic encephalopathy (“CTE”) a neurodegenerative disease which has been...

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Bicycle Accidents on the Rise Across the United States

According to the Governors Highway Safety Association, bicyclists face some of the most troubling accident statistics on the roadway. After reaching an all-time low in 2010, United States bicycle fatalities have been steadily on the rise. 2015 saw the largest increase in bicycle fatalities in two decades. After any bicycle accident, injury victims have legal...

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Attractive Nuisance Doctrine Protects Injured Children in Maryland, Virginia and D.C.

Children face dangers every day as they explore the world around them. Some of these dangers can be avoided, like using car seats to reduce the risk of injuries, but other dangers are inherent to the very objects which attract children toward them - such as trampolines, jungle-gyms, or backyard swimming pools. These are known...

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Texting Truckers: Distractions Can Be Deadly, As Truck Accident Attorney Explains

Distracted driving causes hundreds of deaths per year. Methods of distraction can include: Driver distractions include: Texting Using a cell phone or smartphone Eating and drinking Talking to passengers Grooming Reading, including maps Using a navigation system Watching a video Adjusting a radio, CD player, or MP3 player Commercial motor vehicles are larger than passenger...

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Understanding Legal Status In Maryland Premises Liability Cases

Slip and fall accidents and other accidents that occur on another's property are governed by premises liability law, which is a complex and often confusing area of law. Essentially, premises liability determines the owner's level of responsibility for injuries that happen on his or her property. In Maryland, the courts recognize four legal categories of...

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