Archive for May 2015

Philadelphia Amtrak Crash Leaves 8 Killed and Over 200 Hurt

Photo courtesy of The New York Times An Amtrak passenger train carrying 240 people derailed in Philadelphia, on May 12, 2015, at 9:30 P.M. The train derailed in Northern Philadelphia on its way from Washington, DC to New York. Seven cars separated and six cars overturned, officials said. More than 200 police officers and 120 firefighters responded to the derailment, according to The New York Times. Agents from the F.B.I.…

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After the Flames: A Guide to Fire Loss

The experienced fire loss attorneys from Azrael, Franz, Schwab and Lipowitz discuss the important steps to take immediately following a fire in your home or place of work. Recovering from a fire can cause physical, emotional and mental harm. When fire strikes, lives are turned around and many things are lost forever. Most of the time, the hardest part is knowing where to begin and who to contact. The following…

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Plaintiff settles lawsuit over Jamaica plane crash

This article was originally posted in The Daily Record by Steve Lash on July 17, 2013. A former Owings Mills resident who was injured in a 2009 plane crash in Jamaica has settled his federal lawsuit against American Airlines Inc. Brenton Wilson was a passenger on American Airlines Flight 331, which originated at Washington’s Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport and stopped in Miami en route to its final destination of…

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