Maryland residents experienced the end of Daylight Saving Time (DST) over the weekend. While gaining an extra hour by turning back the clocks can be welcome, it can also result in more accidents. According to a recent article in The Southern Maryland Chronicle, darker drives home could lead to more collisions. Indeed, the Mid–Atlantic AAA… Read More


Drunk driving accidents often result in debilitating and life-threatening internal injuries. While you might not expect it, intoxicated driving crashes happen at brunch more frequently than you may think. According to a recent analysis conducted by QuoteWizard, more than 10 percent of nationwide drunk driving crashes happen around brunch. To be sure, fatal drunk driving… Read More


Car accidents that cause life-threatening internal injuries happen too frequently at rail crossings in Baltimore County. Indeed, according to a report from NBC News, a car and train recently collided at a dangerous rail crossing. Reporting just after the collision indicated that the victim sustained life-threatening injuries. Although the car accident victim is expected to… Read More


Investigators believe that a likely alcohol-fueled head-on crash was caused by a man who was traveling the wrong way in Southern Maryland was probably impaired when he slammed into another vehicle, killing the driver. The accident occurred on Route 5 near the Huckleberry Drive exit. According to police and witnesses, 47-year-old Timothy Markin, of Silver… Read More


Maryland is just one of four states that still follow the common-law rule of contributory negligence. This means an accident victim cannot receive any compensation if a court finds they are even 1-percent at-fault for their injuries. So even if the defendant is 99 percent responsible, they walk away and have to pay nothing. In… Read More


Most people know they can file a personal injury lawsuit if they are injured in an accident. But in some cases, victims may also seek compensation through the criminal justice system. Federal judges can award “full and timely restitution” to a victim as part of a criminal sentence. In a July 26 decision, the U.S.… Read More


The Anne Arundel Fire Department reported that, on December 1st, an unidentified man died in a pedestrian crash.   First responders reported a man struck by an oncoming vehicle near Interstate-97 North in Glen Burnie, Maryland died at the scene. The driver remained at the scene of the accident, and no charges are filed. Notably,… Read More


If you’ve been injured in a car crash that wasn’t your fault, you’re entitled to seek compensation. But how much? While there’s no magic formula to find the exact dollar amount you deserve and can win if the case goes to court, some factors affect your case more than others. Generally, if your personal injury… Read More


Courtesy: MyEasternShoreMD Maryland State Police continue to make enforcement of distracted driving laws a top priority. Troopers issued significantly more citations and warnings over the first six months of 2017 compared to the same time last year, according to an MSP news release. Between Jan. 1 and July 1, Maryland state troopers issued a combined… Read More