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Gas Explosions

  In 2016 there was a deadly gas explosion in Silver Spring, MD. That explosion injured more than 30 and displaced more than 100.  Gas Explosions Preventable More than 10 years ago the Washington Gas Co. had promised to replace … Continue reading

Negligence Per Se Claims

Negligence per se claims are interesting. Negligence per se is not a cause of action as defined in Rule 1:6.  It may not even be a theory of recovery.  Negligence per se is simply negligence wherein the prohibited conduct is … Continue reading

Accidental Gun Discharges

Accidental gun discharges are all too common.  On Christmas Day 2020 a 17 year-old boy was shot and killed.  A teenage relative was handling a gun at home in Indian Head, MD.  The shooting was on Mattingly Avenue at 6:45 … Continue reading

Falling Trees

Falling trees may be a hazard anywhere.  They become a particular hazard if they fall onto a roadway or onto a home.   Falling Trees-Va. Supreme Court The Virginia Supreme Court has addressed the issue of whether a landowner is liable … Continue reading

Construction Accident Involving Crane

On December 10, 2020 at approximately 9:00 p.m., a crane operator was killed at a paper mill in Franklin, Virginia.  The crane was operated at an International Paper Company site.  The crane operator died of unspecified injuries from the accident.  … Continue reading

Apartment Fires

  On November 28, 2020 a woman was found dead in an apartment fire.  The fire occurred at Leisure World in Silver Spring, MD.  The fire was early in the morning on Saturday.  Leisure World is a complex for people over … Continue reading

Window Fall Deaths

On Suday, October 11, 2020 at approximately 1:30 p.m. a small child fell out of a third floor window.  The fall resulted in the death of the child.  The incident occurred at approximately 1:30 p.m.  It happened in the 700 … Continue reading

Fire Injuries

On October 14, 2020 50 firefighters were dispatched to help bring a fire under control.  The cause of the fire is still under investigation.  The fire was in Southeast Washington, D.C. in the 1300 block of Congress Street.  The building … Continue reading

Construction Accidents

On September 4, 2020, two construction workers were critically injured.  The injury occurred Friday morning.  They were struck by a pipe at an excavation site.  The site is where the old Australian Embassy had been.  That embassy was razed to … Continue reading

Fire Cases

On Friday, August 21, 2020 a man died from a fire.  He was pulled from a burning apartment in Southeast Washington according to DC Police.  The fire broke out on the first floor.  The building was a two-story building in … Continue reading

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