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Why is Speeding So Dangerous?

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), in 2018, 9,378 people were fatally injured in speeding-related car accidents in the United States. Although speeding is one of the most dangerous driving behaviors, it is also the most common traffic violation. In fact, during the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance’s annual Operation Safe Driver Week, » Read More


Is the COVID-19 Pandemic Causing an Increase in Reckless Driving?

Due to the current pandemic, there has not been much traffic on the roads. This means fewer traffic delays and the frustrations that go along with it. Unfortunately, according to the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA), the sparse traffic associated with the pandemic has caused an alarming spike in reckless driving behavior, including speeding, hard » Read More


New Law Increases Penalties for Drunk Driving in Maryland

Effective October 1, 2019, motorists who are caught drunk driving in the state of Maryland will face steeper fines and increased jail time thanks to House Bill 708, which was signed into law by Governor Larry Hogan. Repeat offenders will face increased fines and extended jail time, and penalties will automatically be doubled for motorists » Read More


Impact of Technology in Personal Injury Law

There is no doubt that advances in technology have a significant impact on the way we communicate. In addition, the advanced safety technology available in today’s cars and trucks help keep motorists safe by helping prevent serious traffic accidents. In some cases, however, technology can be dangerous, particularly when it is not used correctly or » Read More


Updated Infrastructure Leads to Safer Roads

According to AAA, an estimated 3,185 lives could be saved each year by updating road infrastructure. With many Americans on the road, it is important to update infrastructure. There are currently six roadway improvements that could lower the risk of experiencing a car accident. These improvements will also lead to fewer hospital bills and less » Read More


Safe Driving Habits for Your Commute to Work

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), car accidents are one of the leading causes of death for Americans between the ages of one and 54. Approximately 37,000 people are killed each year in car accidents. If you are one of the millions of commuters who drive to work every day, there » Read More


Woman Responsible for Fatal Crash Due to Drugs and Alcohol 

Five children, ages five to 15, and a 23-year-old adult male lost their lives in a car accident on February 2 after the driver lost control of the vehicle. The car veered off the road, hit several trees, and spun out into a field. Unfortunately, none of the children were properly restrained and they were » Read More


Why Drinking and Driving Do Not Mix

It is certainly no secret that driving while under the influence of alcohol is an unsafe, irresponsible decision that can have serious, possibly fatal consequences. Even a small amount of alcohol can impair a driver’s ability to react quickly to a situation, which can endanger the person driving, as well as the passengers in the » Read More


New Impaired Driving Laws Tougher on Repeat Offenders  

Drunk driving continues to be a serious problem in Maryland and across the country, despite the widely accepted fact that even a small amount of alcohol can impair your ability to safely operate a motor vehicle. New legislation is being introduced in the 2019 General Assembly that, if passed, will make repeat DUI and drunk » Read More


Toast to Safety This New Year’s Eve

New Year’s Eve is one of the most highly anticipated holidays for millions of people around the world who look forward to ringing in the new year with family and friends. Whether watching the ball drop in Times Square, attending a casual house party, or heading to a local bar, most of these events involve » Read More