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How a Driver Can Be Determined to Be at Fault in a Car Crash

For your car accident claim to be successful, you must be able to show that the other driver was at fault for the collision. There are different types of evidence that can be used to help support your claim. Below, Goldberg Finnegan’s trusted attorneys… Read More

Are Pedestrian Detection Systems Effective in Preventing Crashes?

Pedestrian detection systems installed on some newer vehicles are supposed to help prevent accidents – but are they effective? Learn more about this technology and if it can be relied upon. If you were injured in an accident, you can discuss your claim… Read More

Defenses that Might Be Used Against You in a Maryland Car Crash Claim

If you file a claim for compensation after a car accident, the other party may try to use a variety of defenses to avoid liability, including claiming you were at fault, you waited to seek treatment, or you have a pre-existing injury. That is why it… Read More

Liability for a Rear-End Crash in Maryland

After a car accident, it is important to determine who is liable for your damages, so you know who to pursue an insurance claim or lawsuit against. In rear-end collisions, liability tends to belong to the driver of the rear-most vehicle. However, there… Read More

How a Police Report May Help Your Car Crash Claim

If you are involved in a car accident that seems minor, you may think it is unnecessary to get a police report. However, it is important to get a police report after any accident, major or minor, because this report may help you build a strong case for… Read More

Is Purchasing the Minimum Car Insurance Enough in Maryland?

In Maryland, drivers must carry a specific amount of automobile insurance to cover liabilities in the event of a car crash. However, the minimum coverage amounts may not be enough to cover all the damages that may result, leaving you on the hook for anything… Read More

Can I Be Compensated if My Car Crash Was Caused by Bad Weather?

Snow, ice, heavy rain, fog and other poor weather conditions contribute to many car crashes. When a collision occurs under these conditions, it can be difficult to determine fault. However, drivers still have the responsibility to operate their vehicles… Read More

When Drivers Have Different Accounts of a Collision

After a car crash, parties involved may have differing opinions and stories about what happened leading up to and during a collision. Differing accounts of a crash make it difficult to determine who is at fault. Our Silver Spring car crash attorneys… Read More

Do I Have a Case if I Was Hit in a Crash but Not Injured?

Many car accidents cause visible injuries that are obvious to everyone involved. However, there are other accidents where victims may feel shaken up, however they may not notice any obvious signs of an injury. When this happens, victims may avoid seeking… Read More

Should I Release My Medical Records to the Other Driver's Insurance Adjuster or Lawyer?

Insurance companies often contact accident victims soon after the accident to fish for information they can use to deny or devalue their claim. That is why they may ask you to sign over your medical records. Below, learn more about why it may be a bad… Read More

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