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The Lapidus Law Firm Is Still Open

These are stressful, unprecedented times we’re living in right now. The COVID-19 pandemic has devastated the world in so many ways, from lives being lost to our way of life being turned upside-down. The last thing you need during a time like this is more stress on your shoulders. That’s …

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Personal Injury Lawyer DC | Attorney

When Do You Need A DC Personal Injury Lawyer? Written by Award Winning Personal Injury Lawyer Lawrence S. Lapidus If you or a loved one has been injured because of someone else’s negligence, first and foremost, we hope the healing process has begun for you and/or your loved one.  Whether …

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Personal Injury Lawyer in DC

What Can A Personal Injury Lawyer in DC Do For You? Many people don’t know what, exactly, a personal injury lawyer does until they need one.  It seems that if you are involved in an accident, things should go smoothly; you submit the claim and your injuries are paid for.  …

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Personal Injury Attorney in Washington, DC

When you or a loved one is injured in an accident because of someone else’s negligence, it isn’t just about the physical challenges.  The other associated difficulties are nearly unimaginable if you haven’t personally experienced what it’s like to be injured by someone else in an accident. The silver lining …

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Personal Injury Case Examples

When you have been injured because of the negligence of else, you may be wondering if you “have a case.”  In lawyer-speak – that means – should you receive a fair and reasonable settlement because you were injured?  Some people make the mistake of assuming they do – or do …

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Winter Car Accident in DC

Advice from your DC Personal Injury Lawyer February may be the month all about love, but one thing not so loveable this time of year is the cold, frigid weather that sometimes leads to terrible conditions for your daily commute to and from work, or for a weekend of errands …

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