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Six People Injured in Bridge Collapse DC

On June 23, 2021,  a bridge collapsed in Washington D.C.  Six people were injured, five of whom were hospitalized. A pedestrian bridge in Northeast DC, at Kenilworth Avenue and Polk Street,  collapsed onto Route 295, sending five people to the hospital with injuries. At the time of the collapse, they were in their cars on…

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Summer Safety Tips from a Drowning Accident Attorney

Take these steps to prevent drowning accidents and keep your family safe this summer.  Advice from a Drowning Accident Attorney Drowning is the most common cause of death in infants and toddlers from a preventable injury. It is most likely to happen to younger children, and it can occur in bathtubs as well as swimming…

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Military Claims Act

A new federal law allows active duty military members to seek compensation for medical malpractice and wrongful death claims. For several decades, active duty military have been unable to obtain compensation for medical malpractice. This unfair policy has finally been changed. In December of 2019, the National Defense Authorization Act was signed into law, adding a medical malpractice provision to the Military Claims Act.

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Catastrophic Injury Lawsuits: Man is Crushed by BART Train

Catastrophic injury lawsuits can help victims seek justice for their injuries Catastrophic injury lawsuits can help victims obtain compensation for large hospital bills, missed compensation, and lasting complications. Catastrophic Injury Lawsuits: Man Seeks to Improve Safety Standards for BART Trains According to the East Bay Times, Michael Seymore was hit by a BART train on…

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Verdict Published in Virginia Lawyers Weekly

We are proud to announce our $12 million jury verdict, awarded to a family who lost their 39-year-old wife and mother after doctors failed to diagnose a blood clot, was published in Virginia Lawyers Weekly.  Attorney Scott Perry argued that the medical professional’s failure to timely and accurately diagnose Isatu Sheriff’s deep vein thrombosis, a treatable…

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