Every day on Maryland roads, drivers are involved in traffic accidents. Many accidents are minor fender-benders, but more serious ones can result in serious damage to property as well as injuries or even death. The Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA) reported that in 2019, 32,918 people were injured in car accidents in the State of Maryland [...]
If you are involved in a car accident, it can be a stressful event. There are certain basic steps you should take when it first happens. Learn what to do and what not to do here.
Most of you know that planes contain black boxes that record in-flight data, such as aircraft speed and trajectory. But did you know that your car is probably quipped with a black box too? Learn More
Most of you know that planes have black boxes that record in-flight data such as aircraft speed and trajectory. But did you know that your car probably has a black box too? According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 96% of model year 2013 and newer cars already have a black box, or an Event Data Recorder (EDR) as it is known, and NHTSA is proposing a rule to make EDRs a requirement.
When a traffic accident occurs, the question becomes: who is at fault. In this article Emdenlaw discusses three of Maryland's traffic laws that are frequently implicated in car accidents. Learn More.