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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.

01/22/23   |   By

Can I Sue Someone After a Car Accident?

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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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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10/01/21   |   By

Is There a Limit to Compensation on Washington DC Medical Malpractice Cases?

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You place your full faith and complete trust in doctors, nurses, and health care providers to give you the very best care and follow a strict code of medical ethics. […]

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10/01/21   |   By

Are Washington DC Hospitals Safe?

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When you go to a hospital in Washington D.C., you expect the facility to adhere to minimum health and safety standards. Whether your visit is for a minor procedure or […]

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09/08/21   |   By

When Doctors Become Patients: How Doctors Navigate Personal Health Care Issues — And What Patients Can Learn

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How do doctors navigate personal health care? Conundrums abound in the health care sector, but one of the most common involves medical professionals’ struggle to take their own advice. Many […]

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09/03/21   |   By

How Much Should You Settle For?

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How Much Should You Settle for in a Truck Accident Case? While there is no exact number for a settlement in a truck accident case, the attorneys at Regan Zambri […]

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08/27/21   |   By

Patrick M. Regan Named 2022 Best Lawyers “Lawyer of the Year” in the Washington, D.C. Area.

August 26, 2021 — Regan Zambri Long PLLC attorney Patrick M. Regan was recently recognized by Best Lawyers® as the 2022 “Lawyer of the Year” for Mass Tort Litigation /Class […]

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08/27/21   |   By

6 Regan Zambri Long PLLC Lawyers Named to 2022 Best Lawyers® List

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 26, 2021 — Regan Zambri Long PLLC is pleased to announce that 6 lawyers have been included in the 2022 edition of The Best Lawyers in […]

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08/26/21   |   By

What We Know About the Delta Variant: An Executive Guide

After more than a year of dealing with COVID, a newfound sense of optimism began to take over a few months ago. Vaccinations were available, case counts were low, and […]

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08/24/21   |   By

Surviving the Dog Days of August: Protecting At-Risk Individuals From Intense Summer Heat

Fall is fast approaching, and with it, a much-anticipated transition from heat and humidity to cool, brisk weather. Before lower temperatures arrive, however, we may need to endure a few […]

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08/20/21   |   By

How to Be Safe On Your Commute to School

As students return to school, it is important to be reminded of the many dangers we all face in our daily commutes. Listed below are important safety tips, especially for […]

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