The damage that a vehicle crash in Maryland may cause can range from the minor fender bender to the devastating high-speed, multi-car pileup. If a motorist is injured and decides to file a legal claim, this claim is governed by the law of negligence. That is, a motorist must exercise reasonable care under the circumstances. A failure to do so that leads to a car accident may be considered negligence.
Car accidents result in permanent injuries to thousands of people every year. They also are among one of the largest primary causes of death amongst young individuals. A car accident that seriously injured one individual and killed another occurred recently.
A car accident can change your life in an instant. Just one moment can leave you with a life-altering injury and overwhelming medical bills. When facing this unfortunate and complicated situation, it is important to know if you should move forward with a civil claim and seek personal injury compensation.
A serious car accident can have serious repercussions on a victim's life and livelihood. However, the true damage of a car accident does not end there, as the effects often ripple out to the victim's loved ones and family. Although many Maryland drivers will never have to go through such a difficult experience, for those that do, it helps to not go it alone.
Maryland officers recently released a list of victims' names following a tragic accident involving multiple vehicles on Interstate 81. Six people apparently suffered injuries in the incident. Police also reported that the devastating collision resulted in the loss of one life.
When it comes to car accidents, most Maryland residents know that no matter how careful they are, no drivers can control the choices of other truck and car operators. Unfortunately, as the saying goes, "There are those who have been in accidents and those who are likely to be in accidents." Although modern vehicles have airbags and other safety precautionary devices and technology to protect their occupants, a serious car accident can still result in injuries to the vehicle's occupants.
With many students either out of school or their summer vacation right around the corner, many high schoolers are about to be out driving on Maryland roads. Most teens driving this summer will do so safely. However, between driving to and from summer parties and cheap gas prices leading to more road trips, with more vehicles on the road, there is a greater chance that a car accident will occur.
As one Maryland high school prepared for its graduation, students, families and faculty found out that three students had died in a single-vehicle crash. The three, who were members of the junior class in school, were reportedly returning from a pre-graduation event when tragedy struck. The accident investigation remains ongoing as officials attempt to ascertain the factors that led to the deaths of the teenagers.
A Maryland woman was recently involved in a car accident that sent her to the hospital. The other driver, a Maryland man, was allegedly driving under the influence when the car accident occurred. He is now facing DUI as well as other charges in relation to the accident, which police say was a hit and run.
Two individuals were recently killed and a third was injured in a two-car accident, Maryland State Police say. The head-on collision occurred in McHenry, Garrett County on a recent Monday afternoon in May. Not all of the details surrounding the car accident remain clear, but authorities are continuing with their investigation.