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DC Bike Accident Attorney

Take a ride through Washington, DC, you will probably see dozens, if not hundreds, of people riding their bikes throughout the city. Not only is cycling an extremely healthy mode of transportation, but it is also quite convenient for those who live within on near D.C.  even without regard to …

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Auto Accident Attorney in Washington, DC & Metro Area

Getting into a car accident is, unfortunately, an all-too-common occurrence. According to the Association for Safe International Road Travel, approximately 6 million car accidents occur every year in the US–that’s more than 16,000 accidents per day! Auto accidents not only lead to physical pain and injury, but they also cause …

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Birth Injury Lawyer in Washington, DC

Birth injuries are a tragic occurrence. You could coast through your pregnancy with no complications and a healthy baby–and then all of a sudden, your healthy baby suffers a birth injury during delivery due to the negligence of a medical professional. It’s a life-changing event, not only for your newborn …

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Fall And Injured In A Store?

How to Handle  It to Preserve your Claim for Medical Treatment & for Pain Suffered.   Think about how many times a week you’re in a store or place of business. You’ve got your weekly grocery store visits, your Target or Walmart runs, you might need to grab something from The …

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Bike Accident in DC

The Washington DC area is a wonderful place for pedestrians and cyclists. There are so many places to see and things to do, especially in the District itself–it really makes for a beautiful walk or bike ride. But, as we see way too often, the DC metro area is also …

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Prince George’s County Car Wreck Lawyers

Car wrecks can be devastating, and not only from a physical injury perspective. Auto accidents cause so many other headaches and frustrations–mental anguish and suffering, the hassle of dealing with insurance companies and law enforcement, the inconvenience of getting your vehicle repaired, and renting another one to take its place …

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Traffic Is Down, But Pedestrian Accidents Are Still Happening

Since mid-March, when much of the country shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic, you’ve probably noticed the change in traffic in the Washington, DC metro area–there hasn’t been much. With so many people remaining at home for their safety, as well as much of the workforce either working from …

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