How is D.C. Preventing Child Pedestrian Accidents?

Personal Injury Attorneys Encourage Parents to Take Action on the D.C. School Crossing Guard Program

On Christmas Eve, 2014, one family suffered a horrific tragedy when darkness, rain and traffic coalesced into an accident wherein a 3-year old boy was struck by a car. The boy was dragged 25 feet underneath the vehicle before the...

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What are the Car Accident Laws for Uber Drivers?

Attorneys Explain Liability for Lift Services in Washington, D.C., Virginia and Maryland

Taxi companies are facing stiff competition from ride-sharing programs like Uber and Lyft, which employ regular people as drivers who use their own vehicles. People who need rides can use the companies’ apps to hail the closest available vehicle. The price of an...

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How Do You Appeal a Case?

Washington, D.C. Appellate Attorneys Explain What Happens After Trial

Parties in civil cases can appeal a decision made by a judicial court or administrative court if the judge or jury made a legal error. Our country has a number of federal and state courts specifically set up for Read More

Is the Metro Safe For All Riders?

Washington, D.C. Injury Attorneys Examine New Rail Extension

Since it opened in 1976, millions of people have depended upon the DC Metro every day to get to work, school and local attractions. Consisting of five different lines and over 100 miles of track, Metrorail is second only to the New York City subway in terms...

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