Cars are made out of steel, hard plastic and fiberglass, mostly. Human bodies are pretty soft by comparison.
Maryland drivers are being urged to exercise an abundance of caution during the latter part of November because deer are mating. That means there are lots of deer on the move, and many of them spring suddenly onto the road.
The moments following an auto collision will always be a blur. Even if it's a minor fender-bender, it's likely that you'll feel jarred and confused as the adrenaline starts pumping through your veins. Don't feel like you're any less of a person because of this: It's a sign that you're alive, and you should be thankful. Many don't get to make that claim after a vehicle collision.
All products sold in the United States should be free of dangerous defects. Nevertheless, even the most well-respected manufacturers of luxury products have been known to make mistakes. The manufacturers of the most expensive vehicles, like BMW, Mercedes and Lexis, have made grave errors during their design and manufacturing processes that have resulted in death and catastrophic injuries.
In the typical personal injury law practice, lawyers see a wide variety of cases. Often the most common relate to car accident injuries, as it's in these accidents that one party is often at fault for another party's injuries. However, there are numerous other scenarios that can lead to an accident due to the fault of another party.
Personal injury attorneys represent plaintiffs who have suffered injuries in countless types of accidents. At our law firm, just when we think we've encountered every accident scenario imaginable, a unique factual scenario presents itself. That being said, we do see many types of accidents again and again.
A recent motorcycle collision claimed the life of an 18-year-old man in Halethorpe. The incident, which happened on Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2018, involved the young motorcyclist and a sport utility vehicle.
No two car accidents are the same because they involve different people, places, vehicles and entirely different circumstances. Nevertheless, the vast majority of car accidents will fall into one of four categories.
The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration is doing everything it can to keep Americans safe from distracted driving. The problem is, it's only getting worse. As people throughout the United States -- and throughout the rest of the world -- become more addicted to their smartphones, it becomes harder and harder for them to put them away while they're behind the wheel. This has many safety experts blaming the recent spike in automobile-related deaths on the rising popularity of digital devices.