Car Accidents Questions
My friend was just seriously injured in a rollover accident in Virginia. Now I’m worried. What can I do if I’m ever an accident like this?
Why are seat belt laws different between states, and how does it affect the outcome of my car accident settlement?
Why shouldn’t kids be able to sit in the front seat of a car if they don’t need a safety seat anymore?
Do the laws in Washington, D.C., require us to use a car seat for our toddler when riding in a taxicab?
I was involved in a car accident about a year ago, but never filed a lawsuit against the at-fault driver.
What are the most common causes of auto accidents in urban areas like the Washington, D.C. area, and what do I do if I’m in an accident?
Most wrong-way driving accidents that happen are head-on collisions. What are the most common injuries associated with head-on auto collisions?
I want to avoid a car accident, but there are some really bad drivers on the road. What is the best way to avoid a traffic accident with dangerous drivers on the road?
There really aren’t too many known laws specifically dealing with drowsy driving. Can motorists in D.C. be found negligent if they are caught driving a vehicle while sleepy?
I recently purchased a safety harness for buckling up my three-year-old on aircrafts. Can I use this in my car to help keep her safe in the event of a Virginia car accident?
I was recently in a serious Fairfax car accident, and when I saw a copy of the police report, I noticed that some of the facts and accounts were wrong. Can I do something about this?
I was rear-ended today in a very minor Washington, D.C.-area car accident. Will I need to hire a lawyer, or can I just deal with this on my own?
I seem to see fender-benders on my way to work on the Beltway on a weekly basis, but what should I do if I encounter a more serious Washington, D.C. car crash?
I was involved in a Virginia car accident while I was making a left turn, but I don’t think it was my fault—do I have a case?