Statistics show that more than fourteen million child injures occur EVERY year throughout the country. Of these injures, twenty-five percent occur in our around a SCHOOL property.
School is supposed to be a safe place to send our children for learning, but it abundantly proving itself to be a... Read More
So After an Accident- I No Longer Have Privacy Rights?
When you make a personal injury claim, many people are frequently angry and upset by the invasions of privacy that insurance companies commit while investigating your claim.
They do have the right to examine your medical records and bills.... Read More
Under Insured Motorist coverage (UIM) allows a driver to access benefits from their own automobile insurance policy when an accident is caused by a driver without sufficient policy limits to cover all of the damage they cause.
In Maryland and Virginia, you cannot make a UIM claim until the... Read More
Recently, Portner & Shure settled a case in Harford County, Maryland for $42,500. Our client was hit by a dump truck that swerved into oncoming traffic and collided with her head-on. As a result, she was rushed to shock trauma and sustained numerous injuries, including a severe strains,... Read More
In our March newsletter we mentioned a recent policy change by Geico.
This shift was towards opening settlement negotiations with a low offer and then refusing to increase it unless the Plaintiff’s attorney can justify more compensation. Amazingly, even after the need for an increase he been... Read More
We are thrilled to introduce our new legal intern Alissa. June was her very first month at the firm!
She recently graduated Magna Cum Laude from Franklin & Marshall College with a bachelor’s degree in Government.
She was initiated into Phi Beta Kappa Honors Society, Pi Sigma Alpha Government... Read More
Did you know that more people will be killed in traffic accidents involving large trucks this year than have died in all of the domestic commercial airline crashes for the past 45 years? The United States has a prominent trucking industry. It is also extremely powerful and considered vital to the... Read More
Several insurance companies use a program called “colossus.” Within this program the insurance adjuster inputs data about your accident.
This data includes basic information about your claim. For example, your medical records, information and pictures about the property damage to both cars, lost... Read More
Tuesday (08/07/2016) three teenage boys were killed in a fatal car accident around 11:30 pm in Montgomery County. Just twelve hours before the schools graduation, the boys were headed south on Burnt Hill Road when control of the vehicle was lost due to speed. When the 1989 Ford left the road it... Read More
After many drivers witnessed a Chevy Impala speeding excessively down MD 198, police were called to the scene of a head-on collision around 10 AM Tuesday morning in Laurel. The accountable driver blew through a red light causing a fatal accident as he skidded across the dividing line and collided... Read More
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