At our law firm, we represent people injured in highway work zones across Maryland, whether drivers, passengers or construction workers. A driver who ignores posted speed restrictions or otherwise drives negligently or recklessly in a work zone and causes injury or death in a collision will be liable in a personal injury lawsuit for resulting damages.
With a metropolitan area of about 2.8 million inhabitants — we all know that roadway accidents involving cars, trucks, buses and motorcycles are going to happen in greater Baltimore. Some of these collisions are really accidental and others just fender benders, but when someone negligently or recklessly causes a crash that leaves another driver or a passenger, cyclist or pedestrian with serious injury or even results in death, the at-fault driver is liable in a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit for the victim’s injuries and losses.
At our law firm, we represent injured people who were negligently or recklessly struck by vehicles while walking, running or standing as pedestrians on Maryland roads. We conduct a comprehensive investigation of these complex cases to uncover all potentially responsible parties, including drivers as well as those responsible for dangerous road or intersection design or maintenance.
On March 11, an afternoon three-car accident took the life of an 81-year-old driver and injured five other people in Annapolis. According to the Bay Times and Record Observer, local police said that the “preliminary cause of the crash was the failure to remain right of center and excessive speed” and that it “is believed that heroin use [was] a contributing factor.”
At our law firm, we represent the victims of car accidents caused by the negligence or reckless of other drivers. Tragically, many people hurt in such crashes receive traumatic brain injuries, called TBIs, many of which can leave long-term or permanent disability.
According to the state of Maryland, more than 10 million tons of cargo passed through the Port of Baltimore, a record for the most tonnage through a public terminal in one year. Where there are docked ships that carry freight and cargo, there are semi trucks ready to drop it off or pick it up.
A new stacking law in Maryland will benefit some victims of motor vehicle accidents by increasing the amount of money available from insurance proceeds to cover damages like medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering caused by at-fault drivers. Specifically, the law will allow the victim to recover up to the full amount of his or her own underinsured motorist coverage — often called UIM — in addition to damages equal to the other driver’s policy limit.
At our law firm, we fight for recovery of damages for the injured victims of dangerous collisions with large commercial trucks across Maryland. We also represent the surviving loved ones of victims who have died in these incidents.
Most Marylanders had never heard the word: bombogenesis, also called explosive cyclogenesis or simply bomb cyclone. At the time of this writing on January 5, the entire East Coast is experiencing the aftereffects of this gigantic, brutal storm over the Atlantic that has wreaked havoc on parts of our state.
Based on a federal study, Time magazine says it is where Gwynns Falls Parkway and Reisterstown Road cross in Baltimore, according to Baltimore Patch. The second-most dangerous is in close proximity too, just outside of Philadelphia.