Six Maryland residents were injured in a multiple-car crash recently. Of the six injured, two were ejected from their vehicle. Police say that the car accident occurred in northwest Baltimore around 9:20 p.m. on Nov. 20.
A recent car accident took the life of four Maryland individuals and injured several others, authorities say. The car accident involved a pickup truck, a car and a van, and it caused the van to erupt in flames. It occurred in Hyattsville around 5 p.m. on a Sunday in early November.
Two Maryland residents from Montgomery County who were near Chesapeake Beach were killed in a recent accident, police say. The car accident occurred on a recent Saturday afternoon. The individuals were riding a tandem bicycle.
When a car accident in Maryland occurs, the individuals involved often say that, although it happened in an instant, time seemed to slow down for a few moments. Luckily, if the car accident wasn't too serious, after one another's information has been exchanged, both parties head their separate ways, shaken. However, when a car accident involves a pedestrian, the outcome is rarely as benign.
Maryland roads are full of traffic coming and going on a daily basis. Sharing those roadways with motorists are cyclists and pedestrians who often become victims of accidents through no fault of their own. A recent incident occurred that has resulted in police searching for a woman they believe to be responsible for a hit and run collision.
The effects of a car accident can be far-reaching for victims and their families. Serious injury and death are all too common outcomes. When a fatality occurs due to the negligence of another party to a Maryland car accident, the victim's family is entitled to file a wrongful death claim.
Though the severity of motor vehicle accidents varies widely, many result in injury or, at their worst, death. When two cars collide, the results can be devastating. When a car veers into a motorcycle's path, however, the resulting injuries can be catastrophic. In many cases of motorcycle accidents, a negligent driver may be to blame.
A Maryland car accident can happen in the blink of an eye. In one moment, a person's life can change dramatically. A recent hit-and-run accident has left the authorities searching for the driver who allegedly caused the death of a good Samaritan.
When a car accident occurs, individuals are often faced with dealing with injuries suffered in the crash as well as damages to their vehicle. If the accident was caused by the negligence of another driver, submitting a personal injury claim in a civil court is typically added to the list. A recent car accident that involved a Maryland Transit Administration bus might have some of its victims doing exactly that.
There are many cases in which a car accident was simply unavoidable. However, it is rare that individuals involved in the car accident were following all of the rules of the road without distractions. For example, the cause of many accidents is traced back to either a distracted or reckless driver, or an individual driving under the influence. A recent car accident in Maryland resulted in the serious injury of three individuals.