This month, Portner & Shure settled an accident case for one of its clients for $500,000.00. Our client was a passenger in the vehicle that caused the accident, which occurred in July 2015 in Virginia. The Uber driver was found to be at fault because he drove through a red light. Our client... Read More
“After being in a four car collision and getting the run around from the insurance company I decided to contact Portner & Shure. My case was assigned to Ms. Christine Airey. Things improved immediately when Christine requested for another insurance adjuster to be assigned to my claim. She also... Read More
We've written before about how you may file a claim against the driver of the vehicle in which you are a passenger. A common problem that arises when this type of claim is filed involves alcohol. Oftentimes, the driver of the vehicle is deemed to be at-fault for the accident and charged with DWI.... Read More
Every state has a time limit or statute of limitations that prevents someone from being able to file a claim after a certain period of time has passed. In Maryland, there is a 3 year statute of limitations for auto accident claims, and the clock starts ticking from the date of the accident. There... Read More
There are many different causes of car accidents, and some are easier to prove liability than others. For example, a rear-end collision is very easy to prove liability, but an accident caused by an improper lane change can be much more difficult to prove who was at fault.
Our experience in... Read More
Noemy Foronda has been with Portner & Shure for nearly a year, working out of our Vienna, Virginia office. Noemy began as a receptionist and then worked her way up to a legal assistant. Just recently, she started taking her own cases. Noemy has lived in Arlington, Virginia her whole life, but... Read More
This month, Portner & Shure won a favorable verdict in Fairfax County, Virginia. Attorney, Kevin Ruby, represented our client at trial for a rear-end accident that resulted in significant injuries and medical expenses. The liability insurance adjuster would not accept all of our client’s... Read More
Accidents involving large trucks, such as tractor trailers, box trucks, and tow trucks, often result in catastrophic damage. The size, shape, and power of trucks can completely demolish other small vehicles in an accident. As a result, victims of truck accidents tend to have the highest medical... Read More
Not all car accidents are created equal. Some accidents result in minimal property damage to your car. The important thing to remember is that injuries suffered by drivers or occupants of a vehicle do not always correspond to the vehicle damage. Some accident victims suffer serious injuries in... Read More
After a car accident, most people are very shaken up and they are not thinking straight. Sometimes you are seriously injured and are rushed to the hospital in an ambulance. In the most serious accidents, police will respond to the scene and draft an official report about the accident, including... Read More
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