The idea of “Vision Zero” began in major U.S. cities, including Washington, D.C., New York City, and San Francisco. As a traffic accident prevention method, Vision Zero aimed to reduce injuries and fatalities in urban areas. Now suburban areas are also considering the benefits of Vision Zero, according to The Washington Post. Indeed, Vision Zero… Read More


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