Thursday January 11th, 2018 The maximum penalty for driving on a suspended license in Maryland for your first offense is 1 year in jail and/or $1,000 and a possible 12 points on your driving record.
Here are a few reasons your license may be suspended:
-Failure to pay child support
-Failure to attend driver’s improvement program
-Failure ... Read more
Tuesday January 09th, 2018 PIP is an acronym for Personal Injury Protection.
PIP pays for the medical bills and lost wages for people who are injured in a car accident.
PIP pays for your medical bills on top of whatever the at fault party’s insurance company pays. This is a classic double recovery permitted under ... Read more
Thursday January 04th, 2018 Too often after a car accident, one of the drivers will readily admit to be at fault and offer to pay you out of pocket. They will beg you not to call the police promising to repair your car for you. It is the biggest mistake you can ... Read more
Tuesday December 19th, 2017 Some of us push things to the back burner when it is unpleasant, and we don’t want to deal with it. Being in denial unfortunately doesn’t make the situation go away, it will still come as scheduled. If you need a lawyer for a criminal or traffic case start ... Read more
Wednesday December 06th, 2017 For Your Health:
If you have been in an auto accident you need to see a doctor to examine you and treat you if necessary. Often times, injuries are not immediately external. Let your health care provider tell you if you are injured or not after an examination.
For Maximum Compensation:
Insurance companies ... Read more
Thursday November 30th, 2017 Many of us get liability only on our car insurance to save some money in the monthly payments. Thing is, if you get into a car accident you realize it was worth it to pay a little extra for full coverage. Sometimes determining liability for the accident takes much longer ... Read more
Tuesday November 14th, 2017 Many of us go on road trips with our friends and someone ends up getting a speeding ticket. We come home and forget about the ticket because we kept postponing dealing with it. After some months or years, we get pulled over and we are surprised to learn our driver’s ... Read more
Tuesday November 07th, 2017 Initiative 71 made marijuana legal in Washington, D.C, and this means that if you are over 21 years old you can possess up to 2 ounces of marijuana to smoke on private property. DC also allows you to grow up to 6 marijuana plants in your home. The ... Read more