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  • Leesburg Hit-and-Run Almost Kills Pedestrian Around 5 pm on Monday evening, a 57-year-old man was crossing the street at 64 Plaza Street NE in Leesburg, Virginia. This street does not have a crosswalk where this accident happened and there are ... Continue Reading
  • Maryland Live! Casino Faces Lawsuit: Man Alleges Roulette Ball Struck Eye A lawsuit has been filed by a Washington, D.C. man based on allegations that he was injured after a roulette ball hit his eye. In December 2013, a Maryland Live! An employee was operating the roulette ... Continue Reading
  • Deck in Columbia, MD Town-home Community Collapses, Injuring 5 People Last night, a Columbia townhome deck collapsed with several people on it. Five people were injured in the accident when the wooden deck completely detached from the back of the home. Pictures of the ... Continue Reading
  • Studies Reveal Red Light Cameras Actually Cause More Accidents Rather than Prevent Them In the early 2000s, cities nationwide, including many in Virginia, began installing red light cameras to catch drivers who were speeding through red lights and to prevent accidents at intersections ... Continue Reading
  • Employee Spotlight July 2015 Norma Guevara, one of our most experienced auto accident Spanish speaking paralegals, has worked at Portner & Shure now for more than 7 years. Norma continues to settle countless cases while obtaining ... Continue Reading
  • Litigation News July 2015 Portner & Shure recently won $82,000 for a client injured in a Virginia car accident. The case was set to head to trial, but our Senior Litigation Paralegal, Lora Hatton, managed to settle the case ... Continue Reading
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