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Baltimore residents: get an advocate on your side after a crash

When a Baltimore resident is injured at the hands of another person, one of the most important things, other than regaining one's health to the extent possible, is to hold the other individual accountable for the incident. Whether the other person acted intentionally or negligently, the law holds that person responsible for the injuries he or she causes. Specifically, the injured person can obtain accountability by bringing a personal injury lawsuit against the other individual, which can result in an award of damages to the injured party.

Who can be held responsible for a negligent driver's actions?

Last week, this blog discussed how the factual issues can be more complex when a number of different individuals are involved in a car accident. While it was pointed out that more is not always merrier in these situations, this is not always true when it comes to an auto accident.

Chain reaction crash sends six people to area hospitals

More is not always merrier, at least when it comes to the number of people involved in a tragic situation. In a car accident, for example, the more cars and individuals involved in the accident the worse the situation can be for those involved.

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