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Rockville, Maryland 20850

Telephone: 301-838-0199
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Washington, D.C. Law & Resources

Distracted Driver Car Accident Attorneys, Washington DC

Single-car accidents can be caused by unsafe road conditions, for which the state or municipality can be held responsible, but a growing and not-so-surprising number of single car accidents happen when drivers swerve to avoid hitting another car or truck when the other driver is either talking on his cell phone, texting, listening to an iPod, arguing with his spouse, lighting a cigarette, or simply not paying attention. This type of accident has become so common it has a name: Distracted Driver Accidents and has caused many states and the District of Columbia to enact laws restricting or prohibiting the use of cell phones while driving... Read the rest of this entry »

Auto Insurance Requirements in Washington DC

The Compulsory/No-Fault Motor Vehicle Insurance Act requires that every person applying for registration or a reciprocity sticker in DC, have valid DC vehicle insurance. The insurance must be maintained as long as the vehicle is registered. Lapses in coverage are subject to fines. Do not cancel insurance until vehicle tags are surrendered to DMV. Also, Table showing minimum auto insurance coverage drivers in the District of Columbia must have. Read the rest of this entry »

Washington, D.C. Legal Help – Links and Resources

Links to legal resources and information in Washington, D.C. (District of Columbia.) Read the rest of this entry »

What happens when you call our law offices?

This article offers information about the legal process from when you call to settlements and filing a lawsuit.

At the first meeting we obtain general information about your accident: how it happened, who was involved; the nature of your injuries; your health care providers; insurance information; witnesses; the damage to your automobile if a car was involved. (Try to get pictures of the damage.) It is very important that you tell us all the facts, even those that you think might hurt your case. Remember that all of our conversations are confidential and are protected by attorney-client privilege...

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