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Our Washington D.C. 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.

11/04/22   |   By

Regan Zambri Long Named to 2023 “Best Law Firms” List

Regan Zambri Long PLLC is pleased to announce it has been named to the 2023 list of Best Law Firms by U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers®. The […]

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02/21/22   |   By

Bill to End Amtrak Forced Arbitration

Legislation is being introduced which, if passed, will be a sigh of relief for travelers utilizing Amtrak. H. R. 5751, Ending Passenger Rail Forced Arbitration Act will end a January […]

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02/07/22   |   By

What Are the Dangers Associated With In-Home Elevators?

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Three companies that sell in-home elevators recently announced voluntary recalls of approximately 69,000 elevators after concerns were raised about children becoming trapped, resulting in severe injuries and death. The move […]

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01/19/22   |   By

D.C. Court of Appeals Reinforces Consumer Protection Act in Breach of Contract Case

Court Upholds Judgement Requiring Contractor to Make Full Repayment to Homeowners The District of Columbia Court of Appeals recently reinforced a lower court’s judgment in a consumer protection case against […]

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01/12/22   |   By

Regan Zambri Long Names Personal Injury Attorney Christopher J. Regan Partner

Regan Zambri Long PLLC is pleased to announce that personal injury attorney Christopher J. Regan has been named partner at the firm. Regan’s practice focuses on representing clients that have […]

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01/06/22   |   By

The No Surprises Act: Don’t Sign Away Your Rights!

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When you go to the emergency room after an accident, chances are you will have a doctor that is not in your insurance network taking care of you. When this […]

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11/02/21   |   By

Daylight Savings Dangers

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When the weather starts to drop and the leaves begin to change, you know Summer is coming to an end and Daylight Saving Time (“DST”) is here as well as […]

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10/12/21   |   By

What are the Benefits to Filing a Brain Injury Lawsuit?

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After a tragic accident that causes a brain injury, you may be facing a long road to recovery. You may experience a loss in income, substantial financial debt, and a […]

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10/12/21   |   By

What are the Types of Soft Tissue Injuries I Could Sustain After a Car Accident?

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There are many types of injuries that you could sustain after a car accident. Depending on the severity of the accident and the specific circumstances of the incident, you might […]

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10/05/21   |   By

How to Choose a Washington DC Personal Injury Lawyer

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When you or your loved one is injured in an accident, you may not know where to begin. The glaring realities of the cost and consequences of the injury set […]

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10/01/21   |   By

What Is Informed Consent, and Why Is It Important?

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Going to a hospital or an emergency healthcare provider can be an overwhelming experience for many people. Often, you’re asked to fill out reams of complicated paperwork while you are […]

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