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  • Will my Insurance go up if I’m not at Fault for a Maryland Car Accident?
    Will my Insurance go up if I’m not at Fault for a Maryland Car Accident?
    Your insurance should not go up if you are not at fault in an accident. There is no reason for it to. If you are not driving negligently, then your insurer has no basis for increasing your rates. When they raise your rates because you make an uninsured motorist claim or an underinsured motorist claim, then they are essentially punishing
  • How to Get a Police Report in Maryland
    How to Get a Police Report in Maryland
    While a police report is not binding, it can influence a settlement negotiation. The insurance companies sometimes rely on the information in the report when deciding whether to deny liability. A report may say one person is liable, and a court may later determine the opposite. However, a report does provide some value before a court. Especially if another driver
  • Average Settlement Amount in Maryland
    Average Settlement Amount in Maryland
    The average settlement amount is among the most common questions when practicing personal injury law in Maryland. Of course, no case is the same. Even if the average is one number, it provides no reasonable indication as to what your case may settle for. Many factors include age, employment status, annual income, loss of income due to injury, extent of
  • What Should I do After a Car Accident?
    What Should I do After a Car Accident?
    When you are involved in a car accident, it is normal for confusion to take over. You were likely taken by surprise by something like a rear end collision or a side swipe, and you may be seriously injured. In this circumstance, it is easy to be unsure of what to do next. It may feel unnatural to get out
  • How to Deal with Insurance Companies
    How to Deal with Insurance Companies
    Contacting insurance companies after a car crash can be tricky to navigate, especially if you are injured. Insurance companies aim to pay both parties as little as possible, but there are steps that you can follow to maximize the potential of your claim. Gather as Much Evidence as You Can Gathering as much evidence as possible following an accident is
  • Civil Suit Looms against Henry Ruggs III
    Civil Suit Looms against Henry Ruggs III
    Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Henry Ruggs III was involved in a two-vehicle accident early morning on November 2, 2021. Seconds before the crash, at 3:40 a.m., Ruggs was driving 156 mph and had a blood alcohol level of .161 – twice the legal limit in Nevada. Ruggs and his girlfriend escaped the crash with injuries. Tina Tintor, the victim
  • Chain Reaction/Multi-Vehicle Car Accidents
    Chain Reaction/Multi-Vehicle Car Accidents
    When someone is stopped and rear-ended, if the force is significant enough, it is not uncommon for the rear-ended vehicle to be pushed into a car stopped in front of that vehicle. This fact pattern is a fairly typical of cases reported to car accident lawyer Roger Gelb of Gelb & Gelb, P.C. The insurance company that insures the back
  • The Advantages of Retaining a Small Law Firm After a Car Accident
    The Advantages of Retaining a Small Law Firm After a Car Accident
    If a potential client retains our firm, I will absolutely be completely involved in the case, from start to finish. I’m always available by phone or e-mail. I return all calls and e-mails the day I get them, as long as I get them before 5pm. At a large law firm, I’m certain a lawyer won’t handle the claim. It