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Top Mistakes to Avoid After a Collision

Auto accidents can shake you up and getting injured can turn your life upside down.  During these unanticipated, stressful times, it is important to understand that avoiding a few mistakes after an accident is crucial to ensuring that your rights are protected and the compensation you deserve is recoverable. Azrael Franz has represented thousands of clients injured in collisions. Although every accident and injury is different, there are a few mistakes…

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16th Annual Maryland Remembers Memorial

Maryland Remembers is an annual memorial that honors the lives of people killed on Maryland roads at the hands of impaired drivers. All victim families and friends who have lost a loved one to an impaired driving related crash, as well as representatives from partner agencies and advocates are invited to attend the 16th Annual Maryland Remembers Memorial service. The 16th Annual Memorial service will be held at the Miller…

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Giving Tuesday: A Global Generosity Movement

  Giving Tuesday is an annual international day of charitable giving at the beginning of the holiday season.  Originating in 2012, Giving Tuesday has been celebrated on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving and has grown into a global movement that inspires hundreds of millions of people to give, collaborate, and celebrate generosity.  Since 2012, the total amount raised from the Giving Tuesday movement is over $1 billion in the United States!…

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Family sues city, officers (Baltimore Sun Article)

Former members of gun task force named in suit over fatal crash By: Nicholas Bogel-Burroughs, The Baltimore Sun Children of an 86-year-old man who was killed by a driver fleeing a corrupt police officer are seeking $25 million in damages from the Baltimore Police Department, the city, the state and former members of the department’s Gun Trace Task Force. Six of Elbert Davis’ adult children said in a lawsuit filed…

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Train derails in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania

Multiple fire departments in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania responded to a train derailment today along the Norfolk Southern railroad tracks in Hempfield. A county dispatch supervisor said the derailment occurred at about 3:25 PM along the tracks near the village of Bovard in the vicinity of Georges Station Road.  There were no initial reports of injuries or chemical leaks and no evacuations were deemed necessary, the dispatcher said. Witnesses at the…

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Azrael Franz Stands with Public Libraries

On Tuesday, November 6, 2019, the Baltimore Sun published an op-ed titled “Libraries: Macmillan unfairly restricts access to e-books.”  The publication was written by CEO and President of Enoch Pratt Free Library, Heidi Daniel, and Director of Baltimore County Public Library, Paula Miller.  The article discusses Macmillan Publishers’ new policy that restricts public libraries from purchasing more than one e-book copy for the first eight weeks of a new release. …

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3 lawsuits filed against maker of Banana Boat sunscreen

Three Florida families have filed lawsuits against Edgewell Personal Care, the company that makes Banana Boat sunscreen, claiming chemicals in the product burned their children.  All three cases involve parents applying Banana Boat Sport for Kids on their young child, aged between 4 and 6 years old.  Reports state that the day after applying the sunscreen, parents noticed red marks on their child’s bodies which progressively got worse and eventually…

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Police identify victims in triple-fatal crash

Police are investigating a two-vehicle collision that killed three people and injured a fourth in western Maryland on Friday, November 1.  Maryland State Police Crash Team investigators say the incident took place shortly before 7:00 PM on Greencastle Pike, Route 63, just south of Findley Mill Road in Washington County. The preliminary investigation indicates an SUV attempted to make a U-turn from the southbound lanes into the northbound lanes when…

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With the Deadline Less than a Year Away, Here’s What You Need to Know about the REAL ID

What is the REAL ID? The REAL ID Act is a federal law that affects how states issue driver’s licenses and identification cards.  The Act established specific security standards for state-issued driver’s licenses.  Beginning October 1, 2020, Federal agencies will be prohibited from accepting licenses and identification cards that do not meet these standards.  This means that individuals will not be able to board a commercial plane or enter a…

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Halloween Safety Tips

    Halloween is a time for fun costumes, spooky scares and buckets overflowing with candy.  But with all of the excitement, parents and children may overlook the safety risks that come along with celebrating this treat-filled holiday. With some simple planning and precautions, we can all create a safe environment for children to have fun!  Here are some tips from Kids Safe Worldwide to help ensure your children have a healthy and safe Halloween. Walk Safely Cross the…

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