Zukerberg & Halperin Wins Largest Settlement for Virginia Inmate

Zukerberg & Halperin Wins Large Settlement for Virginia Inmate Zukerberg & Halperin is proud to announce that its founding partner, Jonathan Halperin, has won a tremendous outcome for a Virginia inmate.  Jonathan has been a longstanding fighter for victims of jail negligence and deliberate indifference. That’s because he has won many cases based on insufficient medical care. See the Details of this […]

Zuk Fights to Save Adams Morgan Farmers’ Market

Zukerberg Fights 4 Adams Morgan Farmers’ Market The historic Adams Morgan Farmers’ Market has been the heart of Adams Morgan since the 1970’s. Over time, the market evolved from its simple origins as an opportunity for local farmers to sell produce. Today, it is not only an organic farmers’ market for the neighborhood. What’s more, it is also a meeting […]

Chemical Train Crash Scares DC

Chemical Train Crash Scares DC A CSX train carrying at least three different chemicals derailed and crashed near Rhode Island Avenue in Northeast DC yesterday. The crash ruptured the rail tankers and spilled sodium hydroxide. Rhode Island Avenue was closed, as was the Capital Crescent Bike Trail. No word yet from CSX how long the […]

DC Sending New Drivers to School

DC Sending New Drivers to School Beginning May 1, 2016, every new driver in the District of Columbia will have to take a driver education course to get a license. The old days of taking a test and hitting the road are over. Now, a 30 hour class is mandatory for all first-time drivers. Will it help […]

Virginia Senate Bill Would Outlaw “Dooring” of Cyclists

Virginia Senate Bill Would Outlaw “Dooring” of Cyclists A new proposed bill in the Virginia Senate would fine motorists who “door” bicyclists. VA Senate bill #117 would amend Va. Code §46.2-818 to impose a $50 fine on anyone who opens a car door “unless it is reasonably safe to do so.” A Virginia House committee is […]

DC Streetcar Pedestrian Danger?

DC Streetcar Pedestrian Danger? Washington DC’s long delayed Streetcar debuted on February 27, 2016. It’s running, but can it run safely? Are H Street pedestrians in danger? The streetcar project has been delayed five years, raising significant questions about planning and safety – questions which may be answered if the streetcar is a success. In Toronto, […]