• Six years of service!

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  • Recorded Statements – Not without my Lawyer

    Tuesday February 26th, 2019 When you have been in an accident that results in an injury, someone from the other party may call you to give a recorded statement. They may want to ask you questions about how the accident happened, how you got injured, and what your injuries were. They will inform you ... Read more
  • Go to Iceland

    Tuesday February 19th, 2019 Hi guys! On page three of my newsletter I started featuring my favorite things, places and life experiences. Here is the first feature: Go to Iceland I was sitting on the metro on my way to court in DC when I noticed one of the ads displayed on the platform. The ad ... Read more
  • Total Loss – Frequently Asked Questions

    Monday February 11th, 2019 The insurance company’s compensation is lower than what I owe on my car. What do I do? Check your automobile policy to see if you have gap insurance. Gap insurance will cover the difference in what you owe and the given compensation so you don’t have to pay out of pocket ... Read more
  • Why does the bodily injury claim take so long to resolve?

    Monday February 04th, 2019 The purpose of the bodily injury claim is to put you back in the same position you were in before a car accident, and sometimes this means extensive treatment. The duration of the treatment is a determinant of how long the case will be. Treatment needs to be completed before ... Read more
  • Do you drive for Uber or Lyft?

    Monday January 28th, 2019 Ride sharing programs are all the rage these days, and everyone is excited to make that extra coin. Most people engaging in ride sharing programs are not informing their personal insurance companies of the additional use of their vehicle, and that becomes a problem if you are at fault for ... Read more
  • I got a ticket for hanging an air freshener on my rear -view mirror. Why?

    Monday January 21st, 2019 An officer can give you a ticket because you have dangling objects from the rear-view mirror of your car. This violation is called Windshield Obstruction and it is prohibited in Maryland, D.C. and Virginia. These “objects” could be air fresheners, Mardi Gras beads or anything blocking your line of sight ... Read more
  • First Things to Do in an Accident: Contact Eye Witnesses

    Monday January 14th, 2019 Eye witnesses can be extremely helpful to your case. It is important to get witnesses for any case, be it a car accident or slip and fall. Witnesses can corroborate your story, further validating your credibility. Most cases are “he said/she said” cases, your word against theirs. Your ... Read more
  • What information do I need from the at-fault driver when the police does not show up at the scene of the accident?

    Wednesday January 09th, 2019 Sometimes when there are no apparent injuries in a minor car accident, the police will inform the drivers to exchange their information on their own without police involvement. The following items below are vital for the success of your personal injury claim • Take a picture of the driver’s ... Read more
  • Happy New Year!

    Sunday December 30th, 2018 Happy New Year to you and your family! Read more