Baltimore County Police informed reporters that a Dinora Aracely Flores, a 33-year-old Staff Sergeant of the Maryland National Guard, was the victim of the deadly crash that occurred on the morning of Tuesday, April 2nd in Reisterstown, Maryland, just outside of Camp Fretterd. Preliminary information indicates that Sgt. Flores stopped and waited to make a… Read More


Last month, the Maryland legislature received proposed legislation that aims to relax laws that govern motorcycle riding. The proposed legislation, Maryland House Bill 917, would require the Motor Vehicle Administration to change its guidelines for motorcyclists and would repeal current provisions of Maryland law that prevent motorcyclists from engaging in behaviors known as “lane-splitting” and… Read More


Car accidents in Maryland result in thousands of personal injuries each year and numerous preventable deaths. According to a recent study conducted by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and published in the journal Accident Analysis and Prevention, Maryland residents and officials need to be paying closer attention to opioid-related motor… Read More


On the morning of October 17th, a charter bus carrying at least 40 Maryland high school students suffered a fatality in a deadly collision outside of Baltimore.  According to information provided by local law enforcement officers, this charter bus was one of a group of three buses carrying students from local Catholic high schools. The… Read More


As four children waited for a bus to take them to Montgomery Kennedy High School, a Jetta veered off the road and hit them.   Police are still investigating the wreck, which involved a Ford Five Hundred and a Volkswagen Jetta. Apparently, the Ford driver pulled out of a gas station without adequately looking for… 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


  Understanding the Differences Between Compensatory and Punitive Damages.   If you have sustained a personal injury as a result of negligence on the part of another, you are entitled to file a personal injury lawsuit to recover compensation for your injuries. But exactly what type of compensation can you expect to receive? In the… Read More


The Texas Fourth District Court of Appeals rejected a plaintiff’s attempt to revive his malpractice lawsuit against two lawyers who previously represented him in an arbitration proceeding. Self-represented Plaintiff Missed Critical Deadline to Identify Expert Witness. On August 8, 2018, the Texas Fourth District Court of Appeals in San Antonio declined to reinstate a legal malpractice lawsuit… Read More


Officials from the Maryland Transportation Authority have settled a wrongful death lawsuit for $900,000. The case stems from a deadly 2015 police pursuit crash that occurred on Interstate 95. In December 2015, a 52-year-old woman named; Sonjia Johnson-Baker; tragically died in an automobile accident. The incident  occurred on Interstate 95; just outside of White Marsh,… Read More


Most older drivers never talk to a medical professional or family members about their ability to drive safely, according to a new study. But that needs to change, according to the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, a nonprofit research and educational arm of insurance and travel giant AAA. The foundation is urging family members to have discussions… Read More