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Red-Light Running Deaths at Record Highs

Published March 11, 2022 by Trollinger Law LLC
Red-Light Running Deaths at Record Highs

Running a red light is one of the most reckless actions drivers can do. Unfortunately, recent research shows it’s a growing problem across the U.S. and in Maryland. A recent study from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety found that…

How Are Car Accident Settlements Calculated in Maryland?

Published June 23, 2021 by Trollinger Law LLC
How Are Car Accident Settlements Calculated in Maryland?

The aftermath of a car accident can be overwhelming. If you suffered severe injuries, you are likely facing substantial financial losses as well. Your medical bills can lead to extensive debt if you don’t have the funds to afford them….

Tips for Driving Safely After Daylight Saving Time in Maryland

Published December 14, 2020 by Trollinger Law LLC
Daylight Savings Driving Tips

The annual change from Daylight Saving Time (DST) in the fall includes a spike in deadly car wrecks. It’s critical for Maryland motorists to be aware of this fact and exercise caution on the roads as we head further into…

Americans Are Not Ready to Trust Autonomous Vehicles

Published April 28, 2020 by Trollinger Law LLC
Americans Don’t Trust Self-Driving Cars

Autonomous vehicles are widely regarded as the wave of the future for automakers. Also called “self-driving vehicles,” these cars are intended to fully operate on their own without a driver. Right now, autonomous cars are only in the testing phases…

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