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September 2014 Archives

Maryland car accidents: 1 dead, 2 hurt in Severin crash

Most people are aware of their mortality. However, most relatively young people who do not engage in risky behaviors likely do not expect that their death is imminent. Unfortunately, car accidents in Maryland can quickly take or drastically change the life of an individual who was completely unable to prevent the accident. A recent Maryland accident caused one fatality and resulted in injuries to two others.

Maryland car accidents involving high speeds can be fatal

There are many different traffic laws in place intended to protect each person's safety. While it is often tempting to ignore some of these, especially the speed limit, such an act can lead to serious, even fatal, car accidents. For example, one person was recently killed and another seriously injured in a car accident in Maryland.

Maryland woman dies after being struck while riding a motorcycle

There are many things that motorists should consider when they are traveling on Maryland roadways. For example, there are many unexpected encounters resulting from those who use the roadways in ways other than the traditional motor vehicle, such as pedestrians, bicyclists and motorcyclists. As a result, drivers must remain vigilant. In an accident that is being described as resulting from a failure to yield the right of way, one woman has died after being struck while riding a motorcycle.

What protections does the Longshore Harbor Workers Act provide?

The Chesapeake Bay is an important part of life in Maryland. It provides recreation and employment for many people in the state. Unfortunately, people have suffered from work-related injuries or even death as they performed their job duties while working on the waterways in Maryland. These people, or their loved ones in the event of a fatality, may qualify for insurance protection as required by the Longshore Harbor Workers Act.

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