The Maryland Court of Special Appeals affirmed a judgment obtained by Anderson, Coe & King, LLP on behalf of a local school board in the matter of Neverson v. The Board of Education of Charles County . Ms. Neverson, bringing the lawsuit on her own behalf and on behalf of her two sons, alleged that her sons were seriously injured while waiting at a bus stop when a motorist left the road, jumped the curb and struck her children. The Plaintiffs alleged at trial in August 2010 that the Board was negligent because the bus stop was unreasonably dangerous and should have been placed at a different, safer location. The trial court entered judgment in favor of the Board at the conclusion of the plaintiffs' case, ruling that the plaintiffs had failed to produce evidence that any negligence of the Board proximately caused the accident. The plaintiffs appealed that ruling. The Court of Special Appeals affirmed the ruling of the trial court. Michael Sloneker argued the case before the Court of Special Appeals. Greg VanGeison and Mr. Sloneker prepared the Brief filed on behalf of the Board of Education of Charles County.