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

  How Maryland Contributory Negligence Laws May Affect Your Case   Contributory negligence is a term that the average Maryland resident has likely never heard of. However, once you’ve found yourself in the middle of a personal injury case, this term may become devastatingly familiar. Contributory negligence is a defense tool. In the event that… 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

Are you and your family planning to drive to a holiday get-together this year? Whether you’re heading to Grandma’s cottage or a favorite vacation spot to celebrate holidays with family or friends, AAA has simple tips to help make your drive a smooth one, so you can arrive at your destination safely and without incident.… Read More

Much of our time is taken up by communing to and from our work, activities, food, entertainment, shopping, and home. The large amount of time we spend on the road translates into more of a chance to be a victim in an auto accident. This is why it is important to practice road safety, but… Read More

An average of 14 children die each year in school transportation related crashes, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Safety should be a top priority for all drivers since area schools are back in session. But do you know the rules of the road? Here’s a refresher course on school safety laws for… Read More

Maryland Motorists will start sending a little more money to Annapolis starting Monday. Starting July 1, the state’s excise tax will increase 3.8 cents to 27.3 cents per gallon. That increase is on top of the federal gas tax of 18.4 cents per gallon. Additionally, motorists who have to renew their vehicle registrations can also… Read More

While the teams, site and time have been finalized, a local anti-drunk driving organization is urging the public to also develop a game plan to prevent drunk driving during this weekend’s “Super Bowl Sunday.” During Super Bowl Sunday, 40-percent of all traffic fatalities occurring in the U.S. are alcohol-related according to the National Highway Traffic… Read More

In good news for the lead-footed, D.C. started reducing the prices for some of its steep traffic camera fines last year. But one app producer wants to help people avoid the tickets entirely. Inspired by taxi-driving relatives who were seeing their profits eaten up by multiple monthly traffic tickets, Virginia resident Faris Gessese, his brother Joseph, and a hired… Read More