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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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What are my legal options if I was hurt in a multi-vehicle car accident?

Crashes involving multiple vehicles are often catastrophic and frustrating to deal with. The likelihood of sustaining a serious injury is much greater in a multiple vehicle crash than a two-car crash. You could be pushed into the line of high-speed traffic or struck more than once. There is also more difficulty in resolving such cases,...

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Traffic safety efforts in the D.C. metro area

The first week of 2020 offered sobering news for Washington D.C. residents. Four people — two pedestrians and two motorists — died on District streets. Reducing traffic deaths in Washington D.C. has proven difficult. In 2015, the District signed on to Vision Zero, a global initiative that aims to eliminate traffic deaths and serious injuries. The...

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Do I need a personal injury attorney if a vehicle defect caused my car accident?

Driver error isn't the only cause of serious or fatal car accidents. Sometimes, defective car parts come loose, break, or fail to perform. Since 1966, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has recalled nearly 400 million cars due to dangerous manufacturing defects. In addition, the agency has recalled nearly 50 million tires, nearly 70...

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I was struck by a driver who crossed the centerline. What are my legal options?

Most major roadways are separated by centerlines, which can include painted lines in the road, barriers, and guardrails. Some have jersey or solid concrete walls. When a car or truck crosses a centerline or barrier, it will likely broadside or collide head-on with a car traveling in the opposite direction. Centerline crashes on major roads...

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