Bus Collision Maryland

A Clinton, MD resident recently lost his life when his vehicle crashed head-on into a Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) Metro Bus. A police report stated that on January 21, Marion Dante Fields, age 24, was driving a Nissan Altima when he collided with the Metro bus around 11:53pm. According to the police report,…

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Tesla Autopilot Accidents

A teen is finding himself under fire after a November 2020 TikTok has resurfaced, showing him misusing his Tesla Autopilot feature. Tens of thousands of viewers are sharing and commenting on the video nationwide, along with concerns about the legality of his actions – not to mention the extreme danger and risk to himself and…

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Value of Expert Witnesses in Your Car Accident Case

Have you suffered injuries in a car crash? If so, the burden of proof is on you to prove the liability of another party. This means you need evidence to establish fault and the extent of your injuries and their financial cost. This can be a monumental task without an experienced car accident attorney. To…

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Waymo Moves Forward with Fully Autonomous Ride-Hailing Vehicles

Waymo emerged from the search engine giant, Google, in 2016. The company is now on the verge of delivering the autonomous vehicle experience to city residents. On Oct. 8, the company announced it is providing fully driverless cars to a 50-mile area of Phoenix, AZ for ride-hailing purposes. So far, only 5 to 10 percent…

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The Interstate Driver’s License Compact, also referred to as the Driver’s License Compact (DLC), is a contract among 45 states and the Washington D.C. in which the states are obligated to share certain information related to traffic offenses. These offenses may include DUI/DWI, reckless driving, and others. The states are supposed to send information and…

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Distracted Driving Maryland

Project Yellow Light and the Ad Council have declared winners for their ninth annual Project Yellow Light scholarship competition. In the contest, students are assigned the project of developing a billboard, radio, or television public service announcement (PSA) that educates their own generation about the perils of distracted driving – in particular, the dangers of…

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