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  • Oversight Board Finds DC Police Use Body Cams Improperly in More than One-T
    Posted on November 16, 2017
    Topic: Civil Litigation Personal Injury

    The Office of Police Complaints is an oversight board that presides over the Metropolitan Police Department. Recently, the OPD reviewed 773 cases this past year in which there was a complaint of misconduct by an officer. According to a report issued in late October, the OPD found that in more than one-third of those cases, ... Read more

  • Who Can be Held Liable for a Trucking Accident?
    Posted on November 16, 2017
    Topic: Personal Injury Trucking Accidents

    Establishing fault and liability is a focal point of any negligence claim, including those involving auto and trucking accidents. By determining the underlying cause of an accident, how it resulted from negligence, and how it caused preventable injuries, victims and their loved ones can seek a financial recovery from the party responsible for their damages, ... Read more

  • DC Law Provides Special Protection to Pedestrians and Bicyclists Injured in
    Posted on November 16, 2017
    Topic: Automobile Accidents Personal Injury

    The District of Columbia – like Maryland and Virginia – operates under an old and often harsh legal rule called “contributory negligence.” This means that if you are injured by someone else’s negligence, if you bore any responsibility for the incident – even if the wrongdoer was much more at fault than you – then ... Read more

Allan M. Siegel

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Member at firm Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata & Siegel, P.C.

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RECENT POSTS

  • Oversight Board Finds DC Police Use Body Cams Improperly in More than One-T
    Posted on November 16, 2017
    Topic: Civil Litigation Personal Injury

    The Office of Police Complaints is an oversight board that presides over the Metropolitan Police Department. Recently, the OPD reviewed 773 cases this past year in which there was a complaint of misconduct by an officer. According to a report issued in late October, the OPD found that in more than one-third of those cases, ... Read more

  • Who Can be Held Liable for a Trucking Accident?
    Posted on November 16, 2017
    Topic: Personal Injury Trucking Accidents

    Establishing fault and liability is a focal point of any negligence claim, including those involving auto and trucking accidents. By determining the underlying cause of an accident, how it resulted from negligence, and how it caused preventable injuries, victims and their loved ones can seek a financial recovery from the party responsible for their damages, ... Read more

  • DC Law Provides Special Protection to Pedestrians and Bicyclists Injured in
    Posted on November 16, 2017
    Topic: Automobile Accidents Personal Injury

    The District of Columbia – like Maryland and Virginia – operates under an old and often harsh legal rule called “contributory negligence.” This means that if you are injured by someone else’s negligence, if you bore any responsibility for the incident – even if the wrongdoer was much more at fault than you – then ... Read more