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What is a reasonable person in a negligence lawsuit?

Most Baltimore residents would probably consider themselves to be reasonable. While individuals may have different definitions of who is a reasonable person, in the legal world, the phrase "reasonable person" has a specific meaning that applies in the course of a lawsuit.

Car accident critically injures 9-year-old, hurts three others

Drivers in Baltimore need to be aware of other vehicles on the road and various hazards at all times to avoid a car accident. With any kind of auto accident, there is always the chance that serious injury will result. These types of accidents are made worse for the victims when there is a child involved in the crash. No matter the cause of the accident whether it's negligence, misfortune or drunk driving, it's imperative that those who suffered damages be aware of their rights.

Maryland car accident leaves one with life-threatening injuries

With winter coming to an end, drivers around the nation are looking forward to better driving conditions on the roads. Yet, no matter what the conditions may be at a particular time, individuals can find themselves subjected to danger from a negligent driver.

Fatal crash in Maryland still under investigation

When a traumatic incident occurs, it's natural for people to want answers as to why the incident happened. But it can often take some time to get to determine why an accident occurred, particularly if the cause of the incident is not completely obvious. Especially following an auto accident, it can take time and effort to figure out why the car collision occurred.

Car accident claims a life on Maryland Interstate

When tragic accidents happen, individuals often want answers immediately as to what caused the incident and how it can be prevented from happening again in the future. While this desire is natural for Baltimore residents, oftentimes in reality these answers do not come immediately, but only after some time and effort.

Elderly driver killed in Massachusetts auto accident

Sometimes Maryland residents may see an accident coming and act to prevent it. In other situations, drivers may see the accident coming but be powerless to avoid it. And in other cases, drivers may be completely unaware of what is about to happen until it is too late. Regardless of how or when a car accident occurs, if people are injured and property is damaged, a personal injury lawsuit may be an appropriate response to ensure that the at-fault driver is held accountable.

Why does it take so long for a lawsuit to go to trial?

Baltimore residents who have been involved in an auto accident know how suddenly the incident can arise, seemingly out of nowhere. One minute, a person is driving down the road and going about his or her daily life, and the next, he or she may be seriously injured in an auto accident and clinging to life.

Two-car crash leaves teenager dead, sends others to hospital

When Baltimore residents are injured, the first concern is obviously to make sure the person receives the necessary medical treatment for the injury. This is particularly true when a person is injured in an auto accident, which oftentimes leads to serious injuries.

Multiple persons injured in car accident caused by road rage

Most Baltimore residents know the feeling of being cut off in traffic, or having another driver act in a way that makes them angry. On most occasions, individuals are able to control their anger and let the incident pass without overreacting. For others, however, road rage may result, which can lead to serious injury if the person does not operate the vehicle safely as a result.

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