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Six-Vehicle Crash in Prince George’s County Leaves 11 Injured

By Alpert Schreyer on October 15, 2013

Maryland Auto AccidentA car crash involving six vehicles on Crain Highway in Brandywine has left 11 people injured. The Washington Post reports that one victim suffered life-threatening injuries while two others were taken to trauma centers. One of the vehicles was on fire, Maryland State Police officials said. The rescue effort involved three fire engines, a rescue engine, five ambulances, three medic units, and at least one helicopter. The multi-vehicle accident shut down the Southbound Route 301 in Prince George’s County. Maryland State Police are investigating the cause of this crash.

After any car accident, it is important to determine who caused it or who was at fault. In a car accident involving multiple vehicles, victims, and witnesses, the investigation could get complex. This is because there may be conflicting witness accounts. These cases may also involve several insurance companies and defense lawyers, which could further complicate matters.

If you have been involved in a multi-vehicle accident, it is important that you refrain from making any comments to insurance adjusters or giving them access to your medical records. Do not rush into a settlement. Once you agree to a settlement, you cannot receive further compensation. Gather as much evidence as possible from the scene, such as photographs, eyewitness testimony, and contact information.

If you have sustained injuries in the crash, it is important that you contact an experienced Bowie car accident injury lawyer who will remain on your side, fight for your rights, and ensure that you receive fair compensation for your losses. Injured victims in such cases can seek compensation for losses including medical expenses, lost wages, hospitalization, therapy, pain and suffering, and emotional distress. The experienced personal injury lawyers at Alpert Schreyer have helped numerous car accident victims obtain the compensation they need and rightfully deserve. Please contact us at (844) 632-7274 for a no-cost consultation.

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