Summer is the time when a good deal of work on roads and bridges gets done in Maryland. Workers can take on everything from landscaping changes to pothole repairs to larger projects without having to deal with snow and other inclement weather. While this work is often vital to improving the state's infrastructure, it can be an inconvenience to drivers.
Deciding to take legal action against another party can be an uncertain experience, and plaintiffs often do not really know what to expect. By the time you get to trial, you have already come through several key steps, including the initial consultation with the lawyer and the discovery process. If the case is not dismissed or a judgement entered, it proceeds to trial.
Motorcycles are almost synonymous with the warmer months, and as we head into the official turn of summer, Maryland drivers can expect more and more riders on the roads. While many people don't think about the possibility of an accident — let alone a fatal one — every time they buckle their seat belts, the reality is that motor vehicle accidents are the number one cause of death for people aged 4 to 34.
Some of the safety features in your car do their job so effectively that you may not even know you have them. For most drivers, one such safety feature is electronic stability control (ESC). This technology has been around for many years and has been a standard feature on new consumer vehicles since 2012.