If you’ve been in a car accident, one of the scariest things you have to worry about is whether you have an invisible injury. While some injuries will make themselves obvious, head trauma can take time to appear. Because of this, it’s always smart to visit your doctor immediately after an accident to rule out the possibility of a serious and potentially life-threatening injury. However, head injuries tend to present symptoms that are noticeable if you know what to look for. Learn to identify the signs of whether your car accident resulted in head trauma in today’s blog.
While driving is never a completely safe activity, in the wintertime the dangers increase exponentially. Poor weather conditions hinder visibility, snow and sleet make roadways slippery and difficult to navigate, and distractions run high as drivers focus on defogging the windows while navigating roadways. In today’s blog, we offer some advice on safe driving techniques that can help you avoid an accident. Learn more, below.
Driving can be a dangerous activity and the most recent car accident statistics prove that point in a sobering way. The most recently collected statistics about car accidents in the United States show that drivers in this state are facing a record year for accidents. We can and should all drive a little safer and in today’s blog, we show you why.
While there’s no way to be 100% sure that you will never get into an automobile accident, obeying speed limits can both greatly reduce your risk as well as the damage that is caused in the case of an accident. Not only will obeying the speed limit reduce your risk for an accident but it will also help you avoid a ticket! In today’s blog, we offer some tips and advice on how to keep your speed under control in order to avoid getting into an accident.
If you’ve ever been involved in an accident in Maryland, you probably know how complicated the process can get. If you have never gotten into an accident, congratulations! However, even with your perfect record you should be prepared in case something ever goes wrong. In today’s blog, we offer an overview of what you need to know about car accidents in Maryland.
We’ve all been there: You’re approaching a yellow light so you begin to slow down when the person behind you guns the accelerator, passes you on the right, and speeds through the now-red light. Or maybe you’ve witnessed drivers who seemingly don’t understand the point of speed limits as they weave in and out of crowded traffic at 90 mph. This type of driving not only puts the car’s driver at risk but everyone that they are on the road with as well. This behavior is known as aggressive driving and causes scores of unnecessary accidents every year. Learn more about aggressive driving in today’s blog.
Getting into an accident is bad, but noticing damage to your car when it has been parked is even more insulting. Parked cars often sustain damage from careless drivers and if the other driver left without leaving a note then you don’t have much recourse. Conscientious and courteous drivers will leave a note on your windshield that includes their insurance and contact information. In today’s blog, we’ll discuss what you should do when you notice damage to your car and a note on your windshield.
Let’s face it: car accidents are always a scary experience. Even a small car accident is stressful when you have to worry about who will be found to be at fault, who will be liable for damage, and how it will effect your insurance premiums. In today’s blog, your Maryland car accident lawyer outlines what to expect after a crash in which you have been injured.
After an accident, Maryland laws restrict your ability to file a claim. There are a number of laws and deadlines that you must be aware of in order to effectively navigate the insurance system. In this week’s blog, your Maryland personal injury lawyer explains the ins and outs of fault, insurance laws, and deadlines so that you can be confident in your knowledge of how to file a personal injury claim.
The vast majority of car accidents are minor fender-benders which leaves many drivers wondering whether they need to file a police report or insurance claim. There are a few instances in which Maryland law requires you to file a report. Learn more about when you have to report your car accident and when you can simply handle it yourself in this week’s blog.