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06/27/24   |   By

Washington, DC Car Seat Laws

According to a 2021 study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), over 700 child passengers were killed in traffic crashes across the nation, and approximately 63,000 suffered […]

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12/18/23   |   By

DC School Renamed in Honor of Senior Partner Victor E. Long

Personal Injury Senior Partner Victor E. Long

Friendship Ideal Public Charter School renamed, “Friendship Victor E. Long Ideal Public Charter School” Regan Zambri Long Personal Injury Lawyers, PLLC is pleased to announce that the Friendship Ideal  Public […]

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11/02/23   |   By

Regan Zambri Long Named to 2024 Best Law Firms® List

Regan Zambri Long Personal Injury Lawyers, PLLC is pleased to announce it has been recognized in the 2024 edition of Best Law Firms®. The firm earned Metro Tier 1 rankings […]

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09/23/23   |   By

What Is the Most Common Cause of Fatal Injuries to Construction Workers?

Construction Work Fatalities While workplace fatalities can happen to anyone, at any time, it is no surprise that a large percentage of workplace deaths occur on construction sites. While construction […]

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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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03/09/23   |   By

Six Regan Zambri Long PLLC Lawyers Named to 2023 Lawdragon 500 Leading Plaintiff Consumer Lawyers Guide

Regan Zambri Long PLLC is pleased to announce that six of our Washington, DC personal injury lawyers have been named to the 2023 Lawdragon 500 Leading Plaintiff Consumers Lawyers guide. […]

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03/05/23   |   By

What Are the Signs and Symptoms of Food Poisoning?

food poisoning close up e coli

Food Poisoning Symptoms and Signs Whether you’re eating at a restaurant, picking up a pre-packaged meal on the go, or doing your usual grocery shopping, you expect food safety procedures […]

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02/07/23   |   By

How Can Truck Accidents Be Prevented?

speeding truck on highway

Trucks remain one of the most common methods of transportation of goods in the United States. From hazardous materials to vehicles to perishable items, truck drivers are responsible for hauling […]

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01/25/23   |   By

Can You Sue a Doctor for Not Treating You?

health care facility hallway with doctors and nurses walking

If you have been turned away when seeking medical treatment, you are probably wondering if you have any recourse. If you find yourself in a situation like this, you should […]

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01/22/23   |   By

Can I Sue Someone After a Car Accident?

t bone accident car crash - how long after a car accident can you sue?

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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