In Maryland and other states, when there is a one-vehicle accident there may nonetheless be a claim for injury or death damages arising out of the accident. That would be the case when a passenger in the vehicle was seriously injured or killed due to the driver's negligence. Although negligent drivers cannot normally collect personal injury or death damages from motor vehicle accidents involving solely their own vehicles, a claim may accrue to an innocent passenger in the vehicle.
Maryland families and others around the country travel together a lot during this time of year. Whether just down the street for errands or out of town for gatherings, the holidays see the roadways busier than usual. With more traffic, it is also more likely for motor vehicle accidents to occur. While most of the accidents are minor, some can be devastating. A recent multi-car crash in Prince George's County claimed the lives of three small children.
Car crashes touch the lives of everyone involved. Today, one family is mourning the loss of their loved one after another car veered into him along a two-lane road in Maryland. These types of motor vehicle accidents can happen easily when one driver is distracted.
A family has been left broken and devastated over the death of their three-month-old child. Authorities say a box truck caused a string of motor vehicle accidents that caused the child's death along a Maryland road. Police have determined that alcohol was a factor in the crash.
Studies show that deadliest days of the year for teenage drivers are the 100 days from Memorial Day to Labor Day. More motor vehicle accidents happen when young, inexperienced drivers are behind the wheel during this time. As schools prepare to close for the summer, authorities in Maryland stress the importance of educating teen drivers about the most treacherous driving times of the year.
Residents are concerned about a dangerous intersection in their neighborhood. In the past four years, there have been many motor vehicle accidents, one of them fatal. Citizens who live in the Maryland community say speeding is a factor, and they have turned their concerns for safety over to the local and state authorities.