Over six million car accidents occur every year in the United States. One third of them involve personal injury to the driver or passengers. If you are involved in a car accident in Maryland, there are certain things that you must do to protect yourself and your legal rights. The following is a list of steps to take following a car accident in Maryland.
In Seaborne-Worsley v. Mintiens the Court of Appeals of Maryland reexamined the doctrine of imputed negligence as it relates to contributory negligence on the part of an injured owner-passenger. In an acerbic opinion by Judge McDonald, the Court further limited the already withering doctrine's application.
The advances in technology have been amazing to watch over the past few years. New cars, for instance, come equipped with features that would have been unimaginable just five years ago for many Baltimore residents. These new features continue to be added with each new model, which enhances a vehicle's convenience, luxury and safety.
There are many statistics and studies about the safety of different groups of Baltimore drivers. Certain groups of drivers may be more likely to be at fault in a car crash, while other groups may be more likely to be more likely to suffer injuries in an accident
Everybody is different, and these differences are to be celebrated among Baltimore residents. And yet, no matter how different individuals may be from one another, there are certain events that can make individuals come together or sympathize with one another.
The car accidents that get the most media attention in Maryland tend to be the ones where one driver was clearly at fault. When a drunk driver, for example, injures or kills someone, it's easy for the public to understand that the driver did something wrong.
No two people are alike in all respects. Baltimore residents have many qualities and characteristics that set each other apart and that make it necessary for each person to be treated as an individual.
When individuals are out driving on Maryland roads, it can often seem as though other motorists are not driving carefully and following the rules of the road. For Baltimore residents, there is some truth in this, according to a new study.
Another Memorial Day weekend has come and gone for Baltimore residents. For many, this means summer has started, even if the official start date may be a few weeks away.
When Baltimore residents encounter serious problems in their life, they often need somewhere to turn for help. That can be easier said than done, however, as it may not always be clear where individuals can get that help or recourse.