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04/16/24   |   By

How Much Do Injury Lawyers Charge?

Have you been injured in an accident and are unsure how to proceed? You might wonder if you need a personal injury lawyer and, if so, how much their legal […]

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01/22/23   |   By

Can I Sue Someone After a Car Accident?

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After a car accident, recovering is probably your top concern. In addition to recovering from your injury itself, paying for medical care after an accident and paying for a damaged […]

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12/27/22   |   By

Lawsuit, but no criminal charges, filed in Bethesda bicyclist’s death

As it appeared in the Washington Post Sarah Langenkamp, a diplomat recently stationed in Ukraine, died in Maryland when a truck driver turned into her, police say By Dan Morse […]

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12/23/22   |   By

What Does a Washington, DC Truck Accident Lawyer Do?

Because trucks weigh as much as 30 times more than the average passenger car, the force of the impact of a truck accident often leaves the victim battling serious injuries. […]

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12/22/22   |   By

Listeria and Food Poisoning

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When you purchase food from a restaurant or store, you trust that the product is safe to eat as long as you follow the proper preparation procedures. But you probably […]

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12/14/22   |   By

Truck Driver Fatigue and Truck Accidents

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Have you or your loved one been injured in an accident caused by truck driver fatigue? If so, you are entitled to compensation for your injuries and damages. Truck drivers […]

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12/13/22   |   By

Parents of Broad Run High School Sexual Assault Victim React to Special Grand Jury Report on the Investigation of Loudoun County Public Schools

Patrick M. Regan, President & Senior Partner at Regan Zambri Long, issues a statement on behalf of his client and sexual assault victim at Broad Run High School in Virginia. […]

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12/07/22   |   By

Regan Zambri Long PLLC Files Class Action Complaint Against Ridesharing Company Empower

Regan Zambri Long PLLC filed a class action lawsuit on behalf of consumers who used new ridesharing service Empower, alleging that the service violates the District of Columbia Consumer Protection […]

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12/07/22   |   By

Three Regan Zambri Long PLLC Lawyers Named to Washingtonian Top Lawyers List

Regan Zambri Long PLLC is pleased to announce that three of our personal injury attorneys have been named to the Washingtonian’s Top Lawyers list. Since 1992, Washingtonian has been publishing […]

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12/01/22   |   By

Can You Claim Compensation For Food Poisoning?

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Food poisoning is an illness you get from contaminated food that has harmful bacteria. According to the U.S. Food and Drug administration, there are about 48 million foodborne illnesses every […]

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11/30/22   |   By

Can You File a Lawsuit for Food Poisoning?

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In short, yes, you can file a personal injury lawsuit for food poisoning. Food poisoning cases in general, however, are not so straightforward. Let’s imagine you are enjoying dinner at […]

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