On April 1, 2016, two pedestrians were fatally injured in two separate incidents in Maryland. Both people were struck by cars, and both were declared dead at the scene, according to Eye on Annapolis. The first case was a hit-and-run, and there were no witnesses. The second fatal accident appears to be the result […]
For the last couple of years, products like Fitbit are everywhere you look. People wear them to the gym, of course, but they also wear them to the grocery store and to work. You can hook your fitness tracker up to your phone, your computer or your smart watch, giving you the ability to […]
If you watch the news (online or on TV) or read newspapers, you have seen the effects of a high-speed collision. The grisly photos of heaping metal wrecks have become synonymous in our collective minds with car accidents. The truth is most people who get into auto accidents do so in low speed collisions. […]
Every year, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration compiles statistical data regarding auto accidents that occurred the year before. The latest complete compilation is for 2014, which had slightly fewer fatal auto accidents than previous years. Sounds good, right? Sounds like we are moving in the right direction.
However, in November of 2015, NHTSA Administrator […]
We rely pretty heavily on our smartphones. From email to GPS to text messaging and Instagram, we use our phones to help us navigate the world and share our discoveries. One of the most often-used features is the conversational agent – though you know it better as Siri, Cortana or Google Now. An article […]
Monday, April 4, 2016 was opening day for our Baltimore Orioles. We cheered and yelled with the best of them when our home team knocked it out of the park; life is good as an O’s fan, especially with an opening season like this.
The start of the major league season means Maryland children are […]
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is a government agency. Its mission is “to help prevent crashes and their attendant costs, both human and financial.” That is its only purpose: highway safety. Yet the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) has revealed in its latest report that the NHTSA’s Office of Defects Investigation […]
Juries are tricky. It takes a while to choose the right group of people who can identify and analyze a problem, but some come together as a group to find a solution. As an attorney, you stand before them and argue a case on behalf of your client in the hopes that this group […]
April commemorates a lot of things: autism awareness, poetry, and Earth Day, to name but a few. But it is also designated by the U.S. House of Representative as National 9-1-1 Education Month. (It also happens to be Mathematics Appreciate Month, which makes this call from a young boy seeking help with his math […]
In the third week of March, this video was everywhere we looked. At 2:09, Pennsylvania Representative Matt Cartwright says to Michigan Governor Rick Snyder that the Mayor of Flint, Michigan asked him, the Governor, to come to the city repeatedly. At 2:14, Rep. Cartwright emphasized that Governor Snyder did not go to Flint for […]