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Our Washington, DC personal injury law firm strives to provide legal representation of the highest caliber to our clients.

Our legal team has more than 100 years of combined experience. Our solid track record and hands-on approach has earned us the recommendation of many of our previous clients.

08/20/23   |   By

Regan Zambri Long PLLC Lawyers Named to 2024 Best Lawyers in America® List

Regan Zambri Long PLLC is pleased to announce that seven of our personal injury lawyers have been included in the 2024 edition of The Best Lawyers in America® and Emily […]

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10/21/22   |   By

Jacqueline Colclough Speaks at the Women’s Bar Association of the District of Columbia Event

Regan Zambri Long PLLC is pleased to announce that Partner Jacqueline Colclough was a featured panelist at a recent Women’s Bar Association of the District of Columbia event. The panel […]

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10/20/22   |   By

Jury Awards $1 Million to Injury Victim Hit by Washington, DC Parking Enforcement Van

Regan Zambri Long PLLC has recently won a $1 million verdict on behalf of a woman who was injured when she was hit by a Washington, DC, parking enforcement van. […]

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09/28/22   |   By

Do You Have to Go to Court After a Truck Accident?

BIg Rig traveling on highway

There are so many questions after being injured in a truck accident – how will I pay for my medical bills? How much will it take to repair or replace […]

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09/27/22   |   By

Seven Common Medication Errors in Nursing Homes

Washington, DC Medication Error Lawyer

There are seven common medication errors in nursing homes. Nursing homes take care of our society’s most vulnerable members. The elderly and permanently disabled may reside in these facilities. Like […]

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09/01/22   |   By

Patrick M. Regan, Salvatore J. Zambri Named to Washingtonian Magazine’s Top Lawyers Lifetime Achievement List

Regan Zambri Long PLLC is pleased to announce that Patrick M. Regan and Salvatore J. Zambri have been named to Washingtonian Magazine’s Top Lawyer Lifetime Achievement list for 2022. For […]

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08/29/22   |   By

Truck and Bike Accident Fatalities on the Rise

bike accidents fatalities on the rise

Two cyclists were killed within a week of each other in July prompting Washington, DC community members to call for action for safer roadways. Community advocates explain that since January, […]

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08/22/22   |   By

6 Regan Zambri Long PLLC Lawyers Named to 2023 Best Lawyers List

Regan Zambri Long PLLC is pleased to announce that 6 lawyers have been included in the 2023 edition of The Best Lawyers in America. Since it was first published in […]

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08/17/22   |   By

Electric Scooters Accidents and the Dangers That Follow

electric scooter accidents

There is no question that electric scooters are rising in popularity. In fact, in 2019, it was estimated that there were 136 million electric scooter rides taken. While these scooters […]

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08/17/22   |   By

Washington DC Bicycle Accident Statistics

Bicycling in Washington, DC, and elsewhere is a great way to save on gas and stay fit. But it can pose some dangers, especially if the rider or other road […]

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06/29/22   |   By

Fatal Pedestrian Accidents Increase in Anacostia: DC Traffic Deaths

pedestrian in Anacostia crosswalk with oncoming car

Since the start of the Coronavirus pandemic in 2020, Washington, DC’s poorest communities have been struck with a new crisis: deadly driving and increases in fatal pedestrian accidents. In a […]

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