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The Top 3 Common Causes of Commercial Truck Accidents in Maryland

Trucks play an essential role in Maryland’s economy, transporting products from manufacturers to consumers in 93% of the state’s communities. In fact, trucks carry 88% of total manufactured tonnage or 138,800 tons of goods per day into the Old Line State, according to the Maryland Motor Truck Association, Inc. With these many trucks traveling through
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What Happens If Your Uber Gets Into An Accident?

What happens if you are injured in an Uber accident? Who will pay for your medical bills and damages? There are a couple possible scenarios. If your Uber driver caused the accident, you are covered by Uber’s auto insurance through James River Insurance. Assuming your driver was “on platform”, James River Insurance is liable for
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Maryland Traffic Accidents Are On The Rise

Driving in Baltimore or another city is becoming more dangerous. Be sure you already know who to call if you have a personal injury. Having the unfortunate luck of being involved in an auto accident can mean months of dealing with insurance, visits to the doctor, and even using up your leave from work. Not
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If The Accident Wasn’t Your Fault Why Is Your Insurance Involved?

So you were involved in a car accident that wasn’t your fault and now your insurance is involved, how could that be? There are several possible reasons. The most obvious reason to an experienced Baltimore car accident lawyer is a claim for personal injury protection benefits or “PIP”. If you have PIP you should use
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So, Your Saying There’s a Last Clear Chance: Pedestrian Accidents in Maryland

Pedestrian accidents in Maryland can be tough. Pedestrian accidents are particularly difficult because Maryland is one of only a handful of states that adopt the doctrine of contributory negligence. Contributory negligence basically means that a person is partially at fault for their own accident. In Maryland, if you are only 1% at fault for an
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If I am in an accident with a drunk driver will I get a bigger settlement?

In Maryland, the answer is probably no. An individual injured by a drunk driver or the family of someone killed by a drunk driver will  probably not get more. That is because Maryland doesn’t allow punitive damages in car accidents caused by drunk drivers, even if that car accident caused a death or serious injury. Punitive
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