Every case is different. Settlements and verdicts in all cases depend on various factors and circumstances which are unique to each individual case. Past case results are not a guarantee or prediction of similar results in future cases.

Blog Posts in June, 2012

  • For years, the media, as well as our firm, have reported on safety issues within the bus industry. Now, exactly a year after a bus crash on I-95 in Virginia, involving multiple fatalities, U.S. Transportation Secretary, Ray LaHood, has taken significant steps to protect the safety of bus passengers. Transportation officials shut down 26 bus companies on the East Coast, which pickup curbside and do ...
    Continue Reading
  • Maryland Legislature's Reaction to Pit Bull Case

    Posted By bierachin || 20-Jun-2012

    The Maryland Legislature is threatening to pass a bill to overturn a recent Court of Appeals decision that was designed to protect victims injured by pit bull attacks. The court decision determined that pit bulls and pit bull mixes are an inherently dangerous breed, and as a result, owners of this breed will be held strictly liable if their pit bull causes injury. This decision gave victims ...
    Continue Reading
  • DC Jury Awards CSCS client $75,000

    Posted By bierachin || 13-Jun-2012

    Partner Allan M. Siegel recently tried a case in the District of Columbia Superior Court arising out of a District of Columbia car accident. Our client was a driver of a vehicle which was proceeding down Independence Avenue, when the other driver pulled from a stop sign and struck her vehicle. Our client had a preexisting arthritis in her neck, but had not had any significant symptoms before the ...
    Continue Reading
  • A District of Columbia jury recently awarded our client $175,000. The Defendant in the lawsuit was insured with State Farm Insurance Company. The Defendant only had $100,000 in insurance coverage. This means that the Defendant is personally responsible for payment of the verdict in excess of his policy limits. It also means that the Defendant may have a claim against his own insurance company for ...
    Continue Reading
Free Case Evaluation

Free Case Evaluation

Fill out the information below to request your consultation.

Send Information