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Speeding accidents in Maryland: Local city takes steps to combat the issue

You see them frequently on the roads in Maryland – drivers who think that posted speed limits are optional. Speeding drivers pose a deadly risk to other motorists, cyclists, and pedestrians — and local officials from one Maryland city have announced efforts to address the problem. Out of speed and out of control For many...

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Study: Drivers who use marijuana in legal states are driving impaired

The recent passage of a bill legalizing simple marijuana possession in Virginia has reignited the debate on safety standards and how to stop people driving impaired on marijuana from causing serious car accidents. Marijuana can be a divisive topic and there are no federal guidelines about how to tell how impaired someone is or how...

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Leading crash injuries that result in surgery and disfigurement

If you were involved in a collision, your injuries may need more than pain medication, physical therapy and rest to recover. Severe injuries often occur in head-on collisions, T-bone (side-impact) crashes at intersections, high-speed rear-end collisions, rollover accidents and truck crashes. Pedestrians, bicyclists and motorcyclists are especially at risk of sustaining severe injuries because they...

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Drunk Driving and Punitive Damages

What are punitive damages? When a crash victim pursues a car accident claim, his or her attorney tallies up all financial losses (medical expenses, lost wages, and property damage) and non-economic damages (pain, suffering, and loss of life enjoyment). These damages are directly related to the crash and we can say are caused by it....

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How a crash can damage your internal organs

The impact of a crash, especially at a high speed, can cause serious injuries to drivers and passengers. Internal injuries can occur when car occupants make contact with the dashboard, windshield or steering wheel. They can also be caused by broken ribs or collarbones while wearing a seatbelt during a frontal collision or the triggering...

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Can I sue a Maryland or D.C. government entity in a car accident or personal injury case?

A Rockville, Maryland attorney explains how state and local government agencies can be liable for car accidents and personal injury Just like anyone else, employees of government agencies at all levels can cause injury to members of the public while in the course of doing their jobs. From a car accident, a slip and fall...

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