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    • Distracted Driving Awareness Month 2021: How to Prevent Distracted Driving

      In 2019 alone, more than 3,000 United States residents were injured in traffic collisions involving distracted driving , per data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). In an ...

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    • How to Make a Claim for Damages to Your Vehicle After an Accident

      In addition to injuring your body, an accident can damage your car and other property. Seeking compensation for the damage to your vehicle can sometimes be difficult and time-consuming, but it is ...

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    • Your Rights After an Uber/Lyft Accident

      Rideshare apps like Uber and Lyft are very convenient, especially for individuals who have had a few too many drinks to be able to drive, missed the last bus of the night or simply find themselves in ...

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    • Attorney Craig Miller Helps Secure $2.3M Verdict in Shoulder Dystocia Case

      Attorney Craig Miller of Simeone & Miller, LLP and his co-counsel secured an impressive $2,320,335.00 verdict for our birth injury client . A newborn suffered a permanent brachial plexus injury at the ...

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    • Are You Still Experiencing Concussion Symptoms? You May Have PCS.

      Concussions on their own can be frightening and frustrating. On average, recovery is expected to take about 7 to 14 days. But for some people, symptoms persist for weeks, months, a year, or even ...

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    • Recognizing Delayed Concussion Symptoms

      A concussion is a traumatic brain injury (TBI) that occurs when a victim suffers a severe jolt or blow to the head. The force of this motion propels the brain into the skull, bruising the soft tissue ...

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    • Choosing the Right Medical Care After Your Accident

      Your health is your first priority. Even when you are making a claim for bodily injuries, it is better to obtain the best care possible, avoid pain, and recover quickly, rather than to suffer more and ...

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    • How Does Personal Injury Protection (PIP) Insurance Work?

      Increasing Your Recovery Through a PIP Insurance Claim Personal injury protection coverage is often referred to as “PIP.” That term generally includes medical payment and medical expense coverage. ...

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    • I Was a Passenger in a Car Accident. Now What?

      Understanding Passenger Injury Claims If you’re injured in a car accident as a driver, you often have to demonstrate that you were not “at fault” before you can receive compensation for injuries. If ...

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    • Child Support and Custody – Thomas Simeone Weighs In

      Our Washington, D.C. divorce attorney, Thomas J. Simeone was recently interviewed for an article on divorce , where he had the privilege of utilizing his experience in the areas of child custody and ...

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    • Recognizing Delayed Concussion Symptoms

      A concussion is a traumatic brain injury (TBI) that occurs when a victim suffers a severe jolt or blow to the head. The force of this motion propels the brain into the skull, bruising the soft tissue ...

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    • How Does the Coronavirus Affect My Case and the Legal System?

      The coronavirus or COVID-19 crisis is bringing unprecedented changes, uncertainty, and anxiety into our lives, including in the legal system. Despite these changes, Simeone & Miller, LLP remains open ...

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    • Distracted Driving Awareness Month 2021: How to Prevent Distracted Driving

      In 2019 alone, more than 3,000 United States residents were injured in traffic collisions involving distracted driving , per data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). In an ...

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    • Can I Sue My Employer for Workplace Injuries?

      Getting injured in a workplace accident can alter the course of your life and require you to take time off work. In the face of severe workplace injuries, you may be wondering if you can file a ...

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    • Thomas Simeone Featured On Insurance.com

      Attorney Thomas Simeone, our managing partner at Simeone & Miller, LLP, LLP, was recently featured in an article on Insurance.com regarding home insurance policies and having pets. The article ...

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    • MoneyGeek Features Attorney Simeone on Navigating 2021 Homeowners Insurance Market

      For an “Expert Insight on Homeowners Insurance,” MoneyGeek journalists Mandy Sleight and Rachael Brennan reached out to Attorney Thomas J. Simeone regarding the price of homeowners insurance coverage ...

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    • 2021 Super Lawyers® Selects Attorney Thomas J. Simeone, Marking a Decade of Super Lawyers® Acclaim

      Our legal staff at Simeone & Miller, LLP is pleased to announce Attorney Thomas J. Simeone has been selected for inclusion in the 2021 edition of Super Lawyers® , marking his 10 th consecutive year as ...

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    • Tulane University School of Law Student Wins Simeone & Miller, LLP “Good Lawyers/Good People” Scholarship

      Simeone & Miller, LLP is proud to announce that Perri Weinstein has been awarded the Fall 2020 “ Good Lawyers/Good People ” scholarship. A New Jersey resident, Perri set off for New Orleans, Louisiana ...

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    • Attorney Simeone Discusses Homeowners Insurance with MoneyGeek

      In writing the “ Guide to Shopping for Homeowners Insurance: How to Shop, Save and Lower Costs ,” MoneyGeek Journalist Margaret Wack reached out to Attorney Thomas Simeone of Simeone & Miller, LLP for ...

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    • What You Should Know About the Insurance Company, But Don't

      After being involved in a car accident , one of the steps you must take is to contact the insurance company of the at-fault party. In some cases, you may also have to contact your own insurance ...

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    • Do You Need a Lawyer for Your Homeowner's Claim?

      According to a 2018 J.D. Power survey, more homeowners than ever — a total of 86% — are satisfied with how their insurance providers have handled their property claims. This is great news for you as a ...

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    • Thomas J. Simeone Interviewed in Huffington Post Article on Insurance Coverage and Terrorist Acts

      Washington, D.C.-based personal injury attorney Thomas Simeone of Simeone & Miller was recently quoted in an article for huffingtonpost.com about how insurance companies might handle damages inflicted ...

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    • What Are My Rights if I am injured as a DC Tenant?

      Every area of the country has laws and housing codes to protect tenant’s rights, and ensure that landlords keep their buildings habitable. However, these laws can vary dramatically from state to ...

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    • Who Is Liable for an Assault by an Intruder in a Gated Complex?

      Gated communities offer an increased level of safety and security from criminal activities. However, if a tenant is assaulted by an intruder, who may be held liable? Legislation has increasingly held ...

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    • Neighbors Who Sabotage a Home Sale

      Sometimes a neighbor tries to prevent a fellow neighbor from selling their house. They could be acting out of spite, to prevent someone new from moving into their neighborhood, or to be able to ...

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    • How to Prove Negligence in Legal Malpractice Cases

      Being the victim of legal malpractice can be particularly stressful. People trust and rely on their attorneys to zealously represent them and act in their best interests. When a lawyer fails to do so ...

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    • NMMAA Designates July as Medical Malpractice Awareness Month

      Boosting Awareness About Medical Malpractice Although the United States spends more on healthcare than almost any other country, our rates of medical error are also higher than most. According to a ...

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    • When Are Doctors Responsible for an Opioid Overdose?

      The opioid epidemic has had a significant impact on people throughout the United States, and many blame doctors for the growing problem. Back in the 1990s, when big pharmaceutical companies began ...

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    • What Is a Surgical Never Event?

      When a person undergoes surgery, they usually assume that the procedure will improve the quality of their life. However, because of human error, many things can go wrong during a surgery. Preventable ...

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    • How Does Personal Injury Protection (PIP) Insurance Work?

      Increasing Your Recovery Through a PIP Insurance Claim Personal injury protection coverage is often referred to as “PIP.” That term generally includes medical payment and medical expense coverage. ...

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    • 10 Important Road Safety Rules for Pedestrians

      Washington, DC is a world-renowned tourist destination known for its heavy traffic and high-density urban areas. However, being a pedestrian in this bustling cityscape is often a harrowing experience. ...

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    • Choosing the Right Medical Care After Your Accident

      Your health is your first priority. Even when you are making a claim for bodily injuries, it is better to obtain the best care possible, avoid pain, and recover quickly, rather than to suffer more and ...

      Read More
    • How Does Personal Injury Protection (PIP) Insurance Work?

      Increasing Your Recovery Through a PIP Insurance Claim Personal injury protection coverage is often referred to as “PIP.” That term generally includes medical payment and medical expense coverage. ...

      Read More
    • How to Make a Claim for Damages to Your Vehicle After an Accident

      In addition to injuring your body, an accident can damage your car and other property. Seeking compensation for the damage to your vehicle can sometimes be difficult and time-consuming, but it is ...

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    • Is Inadequate Security a Reason to File a Lawsuit?

      No one can predict when or where a crime will occur. However, criminals generally seek easy targets, such as locations without security cameras, security guards, gates, street lights, or other safety ...

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    • Can You Sue a Sunscreen Company for Your Sunburn?

      We all know the dangers of the sun and how essential it is to protect ourselves from unsafe rays and potential sunburns. Most people’s first choice when it comes to sun protection is a sunscreen with ...

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    • Sexual Assault: Civil vs. Criminal Cases

      What Are Your Rights After Sexual Assault? Sexual assault is a traumatic experience that can continue to affect a victim’s health and wellbeing years after the incident. It’s also more common than you ...

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    • Landmark Sex Abuse Case Filed Against Boy Scouts of America

      Thanks to a new measure that went into effect on May 3, 2019, Washington, D.C. has significantly modified its statute of limitations for child sex abuse cases. The changes allows adult victims of sex ...

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    • Is Inadequate Security a Reason to File a Lawsuit?

      No one can predict when or where a crime will occur. However, criminals generally seek easy targets, such as locations without security cameras, security guards, gates, street lights, or other safety ...

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    • How to Identify Workplace Discrimination

      We all deserve to work in a place where we’re treated with basic human respect and an appreciation of our status as equals. That’s true under both federal and state laws, which provide legal recourse ...

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    • When Are Doctors Responsible for an Opioid Overdose?

      The opioid epidemic has had a significant impact on people throughout the United States, and many blame doctors for the growing problem. Back in the 1990s, when big pharmaceutical companies began ...

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