No one likes to be a party pooper, but from the perspective of safety and personal injury law, sometimes, we see value in warning readers about potential dangers. If you have children, this is the perfect opportunity to hear a reminder about traffic … [Read more...] about Halloween: tricks, treats and traffic accidents
When you were growing up and thought about the "future" you might have envisioned cars that fly. Or maybe you pictured cars that drove themselves. Well, cars aren't flying (yet), but the self-driving car is real. But, is it a real help or a real … [Read more...] about Self-driving cars ‘might be’ safe; what do you think?
Along with the shorter days and the increasing chill in the air, this time of year also ushers in school for our children. Kids across Maryland get to and from their schools by school bus. That is why a reported traffic safety trend is so … [Read more...] about There’s a new trend in Maryland traffic safety, and it’s not good
In a past post, we discussed some basic aspects that accident reconstructionists look at when evaluating the details of a crash. It is a complicated field, but the evidence collected from the process can be crucial to the success of holding the right … [Read more...] about Important elements of focus in traffic accident reconstruction
Even now as adults, we can all probably remember the butterflies in our stomachs once fall rolled around and school was in the air. Back-to-school shopping, outfit selecting and class schedule comparing are all basically seasonal events. No matter … [Read more...] about With students returning to school, a lesson in traffic concerns