Tag: Price Benowitz LLP

Maryland Drugged Driving Fatalities on the Rise


The Governors Highway Safety Administration and the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility recently issued a report, noting that in 2015, drugs were present in 43 percent of the fatally-injured drivers who had a test result, which was more frequent than alcohol. Additionally, the report noted that one-third of those tested positive for marijuana.

Utah Man Re-Indicted for $100 Million Ponzi Scheme

Koerber  Photo: Daily Herald file


In 2014, 18 federal charges against Utah-based, the self-proclaimed “free capitalist,” were dismissed. Prosecutors alleged that Koerber was behind a $100 million Ponzi scheme.

Families of Hit-and-Run Victims Seek to Change Florida Law


Peter Tragos is a Florida based attorney who specializes in criminal, personal injury, and medical malpractice.

According to statistics from Florida Highway Patrol, there were 99,000 hit-and-run crashes in the state last year, compared to 92,632 the previous year.

UNC Study Reports Higher Levels of Brain Injury Deaths Among High School Football Players


Thomas Soldan is an attorney who focuses on criminal matters such as reckless driving and DUI/DWI as well as personal injury litigation such as brain injury and wrongful death as a result of the negligence of others. He is licensed to practice in Virginia.

New Jersey Man Wins Case to Have Medical Marijuana Covered by Worker’s Comp


Richard Grungo, Jr. is a member of the New Jersey and Pennsylvania Bar and is a certified civil trial lawyer who concentrates on personal injury cases.

Michigan Cash Bail System In Need of Substantial Reform


Patrick Barone is a criminal defense lawyer, licensed to practice in the state of Michigan. His published works, teaching experience and impressive number of case wins has earned him an esteemed position in the legal community.

A recent report by Bridge Magazine takes a hard look at the true cost of Michigan’s cash bail system.

New Report Shows Black Drivers in Maryland are Stopped and Searched at Higher Rates


Attorney Seth Okin has been practicing in Maryland for years, representing clients on a wide array of offenses in 22 out of the state’s 24 counties.

With talks of race and identity politics dominating the media landscape, it is not surprising to find that racial tensions in the United States are growing more pronounced.

New Report Makes Bus Company Open to Liability in Fatal Accident

Courtesy NTSB/MTA Police

Chad McCoy is a personal injury attorney covering cases such as car accidents, distracted driving, and medical malpractice. He is licensed to practice in Kentucky.
The National Transportation Safety Board conducted an incident report on a bus accident in Baltimore, Maryland on November 1st, 2016. A man, Glen Chappell, was driving a school bus and wound up crashing into a Ford Mustang and then a Maryland Transit Administration bus.

Criminal Informants Are Being Scrutinized Across the United States




Patrick Barone
is the principal attorney and founder of the Barone Defense Firm, which represents clients charged with a variety of criminal offenses.

Police Found to Have Used Undisclosed Aerial Surveillance



Karin Riley Porter is an attorney in Virginia who handles cases ranging from DUIs to serious felonies. As a former prosecutor, Ms. Porter has an innate understanding of how law enforcement functions when investigating a crime.

Baltimore City Police are facing criticism for using evidence from aerial surveillance to make arrests without revealing the use of the footage to the defense attorneys in court. In two recent court cases, police used footage from a surveillance plane that collected images from all over the city to track down defendants but did not inform defense attorneys of the use of this footage.