National Bike Month

By Cohen & Dwin, P.A. on January 23, 2019 In Personal Injury

May is National Bike Month, established by the League of American Bicyclists (LAB) in an effort to increase public awareness of the benefits offered by cycling. Earlier this month, the LAB also released its 2015 Bicycle Friendly State rankings, ranking… read more

Evaluating Damages for Pain and Suffering

By Harold Dwin on January 23, 2019 In Personal Injury

If you have been injured due to the negligent actions of another person or party, you deserve compensation. However, not all personal injury victims will receive the same amount of compensation for pain and suffering. This isn’t because they do not deserve… read more

Dangers of Tailgating

By Ioana David on August 29, 2018 In Personal Injury

Motor vehicles accidents are still among the leading causes of death in the United States, especially among the 13-30 age range according to the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration. Our Baltimore auto accident attorneys at Cohen & Dwin have seen too… read more

How long you will be able to collect workers’ compensation benefits depends on the extent of your injuries and your ability to return to work. The Maryland workers’ compensation attorneys at Cohen & Dwin can help you understand the workers’ compensation system… read more

Driving Safely at Night

By Ioana David on August 29, 2018 In Personal Injury

Nighttime driving is more dangerous than daytime driving. It’s harder to see your surroundings, lights can glare or be momentarily blinding, and drunk drivers are more likely to be out. At Cohen & Dwin, our auto accident attorneys want to… read more

Baltimore Rear End Accident Injuries

By Ioana David on August 29, 2018 In Personal Injury

The most common auto accident is rear end collisions. Over two million rear end accidents are reported each year across the country. While most rear end accidents are relatively minor, and at low speed, serious injuries can still occur. Most motor… read more

Increase in Truck Traffic a Concern

By Ioana David on February 15, 2018 In Personal Injury

Over the past 20 years, truck traffic in the Baltimore metropolitan region, especially the Northeast Corridor, has experienced unparalleled growth. The Baltimore Metropolitan Council predicts a 30 percent increase in truck traffic in the area over the next two decades…. read more

Impact of Icy Roads Lasts Well into Summer

By Ioana David on February 15, 2018 In Personal Injury

Icy roads can contribute significantly to auto accidents. Your car’s ability to maneuver depends on friction with the road, and when the roads are icy, that friction can drop to practically zero. Sometimes even driving slowly is not enough to… read more

With increased celebration and travel for the holidays, December is an appropriate time to observe National Impaired Driving Prevention Month. This effort by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) is… read more

Curbing Police Brutality

By Harold Dwin on February 15, 2018 In Personal Injury

Following a six-month investigation conducted by The Baltimore Sun, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and Police Commissioner Anthony W. Batts have unveiled a plan to curb police brutality in our city. According to The Sun, civil actions taken against multiple police officers… read more