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Why Is It Necessary to Report the Car Accident To Police?

March 11th, 2021
After a car crash is it compulsory to report to the police? The answer is simple, yes. No matter if the collision is small, it is good to report the accident to the police. It will save you from hassle in upcoming case matters. Police reports are a document that is very valuable when you negotiate with the insurance company for settlements, building a strong case of a car accident, or doing an investigation.

What does Law say About Car Accidents?

Filing a car accident in some cases is not just a best practice but also a law. In most states, you must have to report the motor vehicle collision that death, injury, or setting up some person to the law enforcement. Moreover, it is required to file an accident report when property damage occurs. However, irrespective of whether the accident comes under these conditions, it is essential to file a police report to pursue legal action and get a fair amount of money for your damages. Usually, in trials, police reports cannot be used as admissible evidence. Continue Reading

Maryland Personal Injury Attorney Wins Contested Parking Lot Case

December 4th, 2014
Maryland Personal Injury Attorney, Jonathan Carroll, fought for his client at trial after the insurance company told his client that he was at fault for a parking lot accident. In this case, a work van backed out of a parking spot slamming into the side of Carroll’s client. The insurance company claimed that Carroll’s client was driving too fast, but had no evidence to support the claim. Before trial, the insurance company made a low “compromised offer,” but Carroll and his client rejected the offer and insisted on getting as much money as possible for his client at trial. The Court found the other driver solely at fault and awarded all of the medical bills as well as an additional sum for pain and suffering. While every case is different, if you have any questions about your case, we encourage you to stop by for a free consultation with one of the personal injury attorneys at Jezic and Moyse, LLC.Continue Reading

Win at Trial for Maryland Personal Injury Attorney

September 18th, 2014
Maryland Personal Injury Attorney Jennifer Winters won a difficult case in which the details of how and where the motor vehicle accident occurred were in dispute. On cross-examination Attorney Winters completely discredited the Defendant driver’s version of events. The Court found the Defendant liable and awarded our client almost three times the amount of his medical bills, plus lost wages. There was no offer by the insurance company before trial.Continue Reading

A Win Over Insurance Company

September 18th, 2014
Maryland Personal Injury lawyer Jennifer Winters took a serious car accident case to trial to force the insurance company to fully compensate our injured client, after receiving several low offers from the insurance company. In this car accident case, our client’s vehicle was sideswiped, which caused the vehicle to completely flip upside down. Our client was forced to crawl out of the vehicle through the windshield. The insurance company argued that our client was not seriously injured because our client’s pain improved after only a few weeks of treatment. The Court and Attorney Winters disagreed, and ultimately, the Court awarded the Plaintiff his full medical bills as well as a significant amount to compensate him for his pain and suffering due to the serious nature of the accident.Continue Reading

Personal Injury Attorney Rejects Insurance Company’s “Rules” For Assessing Injury

August 12th, 2014
Maryland Personal Injury Attorney Jonathan Carroll represented a client at trial who had delayed getting therapy following an accident because she was afraid of doctors. The insurance company lawyer tried to argue that this “gap” in treatment meant that Carroll’s client was not actually hurt in the accident. Carroll argued to the Court that everyone acts differently following an accident that and that the insurance company was trying make up specific “rules” for how every accident victim should behave following an accident. The Court agreed with Carroll and awarded his client most of her medical bills as well as an additional sum for pain and suffering. The Court’s award was several thousand dollars more than the insurance company’s pretrial offer. Every case is different. If you have questions about the value of your case, call the personal injury attorneys at Jezic and Moyse, LLC.Continue Reading

Maryland Attorney Forces Drunk Driver to Accept Responsibility for the Injuries He Caused

May 5th, 2014

Maryland Personal Injury Attorney, Jonathan Carroll, won a hard-fought case for his client who was injured after crashing into a disabled car on a busy highway. The disabled car was left behind by a drunk driver who previously crashed into a guardrail. Carroll argued that even if he was not in his car at the time of the accident, the fact that a drunk driver left his car sitting in the middle of a busy highway was negligence in and of itself. The insurance company for the drunk driver tried to argue that he was not responsible since he was not inside his car when the accident happened. The Court disagreed and sided with Carroll. The Court noted that the drunk driver was not only negligent in causing the accident, but also negligent in not moving his car out of the road. Carroll’s client was awarded all of his medical bills, lost wages, plus more than double that amount in pain and suffering.

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Maryland Injury Attorney Wins Trial Based on Key Photographic Evidence.

April 21st, 2014

Maryland personal injury attorney, Jonathan Carroll, fought hard at trial after his client had been sideswiped by another car that unlawfully merged into his lane. The at-fault driver tried to argue at court that our client was the one who unlawfully left his lane. Our client prevailed, because he had photographs of the scene that showed the at-fault driver in his lane. If you are involved in an accident, it is important to take as many photos at the accident scene as possible. If you have been in accident and have any questions, call the attorneys at Jezic and Moyse, LLC.

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Maryland Personal Injury Attorneys Receives Six-Figure Settlement for Low Property Damage Accident.

April 11th, 2014

Maryland accident attorneys at Jezic & Moyse, LLC recently received a six-figure settlement offer for a client who was rear-ended and only sustained $400 worth of damage to his vehicle. The insurance company originally rebuffed efforts to settle the case for a reasonable amount. Once the attorneys at Jezic and Moyse got involved, they obtained several hundred pages worth of medical records that showed their client was seriously injured. The insurance company then offered the full limit of their insurance policy.

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6 figure settlement for Bicyclist.

April 10th, 2014

JM'S personal injury Attorneys, was able to convince insurance company to give the maximum allowed settlement under the policy for a bicyclist who was hit by a negligent driver in Washington, D.C. The cyclist sustained severe injuries to his right hand and knee and had to undergo two extensive surgeries. Our personal injury attorneys fought for the maximum in this case due, in part, to the fact that the client’s hand injury will cause permanent limitations on his ability to work as a chef.

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Judge Finds Defendant Driver Responsible for Accident Based on Post-Accident Conversation.

March 13th, 2014

Maryland Personal Injury Attorney Jonathan Carroll represented a client who was rear-ended. The responsible party claimed that Mr. Carroll’s client backed into him while he was stopped. During the course of the trial, Mr. Carroll forced the responsible party to admit that after the accident when the two drivers spoke, the responsible party did not obtain an address or insurance information from the person he claimed had just backed into him. The Court found in favor of Mr. Carroll’s client on the basis that the responsible party could not have believed Mr. Carroll’s client was at fault. If the responsible party thought Mr. Carroll’s client had actually been at fault, he would have obtained his address and insurance information. There were no eye witnesses to this accident.

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