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This DC Ambulance Rolled Backwards With Patient Still Inside

Posted on August 17, 2016 to
Ambulance Accident Attorneys Serving Clients Across Washington D.C., Maryland and Virginia Area After a horrible and graphic leg fracture seen on live television for the Rio Olympics, the gymnast was dropped by the EMS crew while being loaded into...
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4 Traffic Myths Debunked (We Wish More Knew About No. 3)

Posted on January 26, 2016 to
1) More roads mean less traffic. Perhaps the oldest traffic myth is that building more roads will lead to less congestion. This is a logical belief, because, for instance, if there are 200 cars packed into a highway lane,...
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Attorney William Lightfoot to Teach Deposition Techniques and Strategies

Posted on January 15, 2016 to
Koonz, McKenney, Johnson, DePaolis & Lightfoot, L.L.P managing partner William P. Lightfoot will teach advanced deposition techniques and strategies to lawyers attending a four-day program in New Orleans January 15-18.  The program enhances the performance of even the most...
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Is the Metro Safe For All Riders?

Posted on September 22, 2014 to
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...
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Are Medications Overpriced on Workers Compensation?

Posted on February 26, 2014 to
Our Virginia, Maryland and Washington, D.C. Injury Attorneys Explain the Costs In states such as Maryland, medications dispensed by doctors to patients on workers compensation can come with price markups of around 600 to 800 percent. This affects those...
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How New Technology May Aid Spinal Cord Injury Victims

Posted on January 22, 2014 to
New Information from a Virginia, Maryland and Washington, D.C. Injury Lawyers According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 200,000 people are currently living with a spinal cord injury in the United States, and annually it...
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Research Shows That Exercise Programs Could Help Prevent Falls for Older Adults

According to a ScienceDaily report, a new paper revealed that exercises that help elderly adults avoid falls may also help prevent injuries caused by falls. The paper is based on a review by researchers from France of 17 clinical...
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32 Stop Sign Cameras Activated in DC’s Street Safe Campaign

According to WJLA, the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) has officially launched its Street Safe campaign, which aims to reduce traffic violations, lower the number of crashes and save lives. On November 23, thirty-two stop sign cameras were activated and will...
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Worker Dies in DC Metro Tunnel Welding Accident

[ubermenu-map address="Washington, D.C." zoom="14" width="375px" height="375px"] On October 6, a worker was killed in a welding accident in a Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) Red Line tunnel, according to NBCNews.com. The worker was a contractor who was providing...
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Cyclists and Drivers Complaining About L Street Bike Lane in DC

A bike lane in Washington, D.C. has sparked controversy among drivers and cyclists alike. Drivers are complaining that the L Street bicycle lane takes away street parking and loading zones along the busy roadway. Meanwhile, cyclists are complaining that...
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