Car Accidents

Four Secrets of GEICO Insurance Adjusters: Uncovered

GEICO is a massive car insurance company that currently boasts over 15 million customers. In fact, they are the second-largest insurance provider in the United States. The name GEICO stands for “Government Employees Insurance Company,” although they no longer cover only government employees. You have probably seen one of their successful marketing campaigns on television,… read more

How To Obtain a Car Accident Report in Baltimore

More than 100,000 car accidents occur every year in the state of Maryland, with a significant percentage of those taking place in Baltimore. While for many, any damage done will be minimal and resolved through an insurance claim, for hundreds and even thousands more, legal action is necessary in order to receive fair compensation.  When… read more

Pregnancy & Car Accidents

Being in an accident can be a traumatic experience for anyone. However, the trauma for an expectant mother includes the fear that her unborn child was injured in the car accident. Instead of one victim, there is the potential of two victims when a pregnant woman is in a car wreck. Dangers to an Unborn… read more

Nine Factors That Determine How Much to Expect From a Car Accident Settlement

Most car accident cases are settled through negotiations with the other driver’s insurance company. Your personal injury lawyer drafts a settlement demand letter to send to the insurance company. The settlement demand letter begins the settlement negotiations. In some cases, an insurance company might make a settlement offer to begin negotiations. In either case, your… read more

Are You Suffering From PTSD After a Car Accident?

A great deal of emphasis is placed on a car accident victim’s physical injuries. Physical injuries are generally known immediately after a car wreck. For example, a victim knows if the accident caused a broken bone or severe burn. However, a car accident victim can also sustain psychological injuries that might not be known for… read more

Attorneys Answer: When Do You Need to Hire a Car Accident Lawyer?

Deciding when you need to hire a car accident lawyer can be difficult. Can you handle the claim yourself, or will you get more money if you hire a car accident attorney? Below are seven factors that indicate you need to talk with a car accident attorney about your case as soon as possible to… read more

What Should I Do if My Child was Hurt in a Car Accident?

The leading cause of death of children in the United States is automobile accident injuries, according to the Centers for Disease Control. Children are injured in car accidents, pedestrian accidents, bicycle accidents, and other collisions involving a motor vehicle. Sadly, hundreds of children die each year in motor vehicle accidents nationwide. For parents, their first… read more

What Happens If I’m Not Drunk, But Have Alcohol in My System During a Car Accident?

A person dies about every 50 minutes in the United States because of a drunk driving accident. Even though drunk driving fatalities have decreased in the last three decades, thousands of people continue to be killed or injured by drunk drivers each year. In 2018, drunk driving deaths totaled 10,511. Drunk driving car accidents result… read more

Can Fault Be Determined By Car Accident Damage?

Most states, including Maryland, are at fault states, meaning that you can recover compensation for damages if someone else’s negligence caused the accident. Unfortunately, it is often not easy to determine which driver is responsible for a car accident. The cause of an accident can sometimes be fiercely disputed because each side knows they can… read more

Is Distracted Driving in Baltimore Really Dangerous?

With the advent of smartphones and text messages, distracted driving has become a serious public health issue over the last decade. In 2018, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reported that 2,841 lives were lost to distracted driving. But death is not the only consequence. In the state of Maryland, from 2013-2017 there were… read more