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Most people who are involved in an automobile accident can easily blame the other driver as being responsible for the collision. What many of these people don't realize is that the other driver will try to blame them for the wreck, either in whole or in part--claiming what is commonly known as contributory negligence. When this happens, a jury will be asked to sort out who they believe was at fault, either in whole or in part, and then, if both parties are... Read More
The month of April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month and officials from transportation departments around the country are trying to help... Keep Reading.... Read More
One of the most useful features of automobile insurance in Maryland is Personal Injury Protection, (PIP), which is a form of insurance that helps to pay medical bills and lost wages after... Keep Reading.... Read More
When you are in a car accident in Maryland, the owner of the other vehicle should have insurance that will cover any damages or injuries you suffer, but what if the owner... Keep Reading.
The number of people killed in motorcycle crashes was 4,668 in 2013, a decline of 6.4% from the prior year, according to the latest available data published by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Although that’s good news, experts suggest that the decline is likely due to the unusually cold and wet weather in the spring of 2013, keeping motorcyclists off the road. The improvement marks only the second drop in motorcycle deaths in 16 years.
The number of... Read More
AAA has conducted a new study to fully understand the depth of teen's distracted driving. The study shown the moments before a crash and records the... Keep Reading.... Read More
If you've been hit by another car or truck, check to see if the driver is wearing a uniform or if the vehicle they are driving has company logos on it. In addition to the driver being held liable for his or her own negligence, their employer may also be liable if the driver was acting in the scope of their employment (in other words, if they are acting in the furtherance of the employer's business). For example, if the defendant driver is... Read More
talking on the phone, and the various other activities that are now available
to drivers... Read More