Gaithersburg, MD – Three-Vehicle MVA with Injuries blocks King James Way & Harmony Hall Rd
Gaithersburg, MD (March 14, 2022) – The Montgomery County Police Department and area firefighters responded to a crash involving multiple vehicles that occurred in the Gaithersburg area on Saturday night, March 12.
Just after 9:10 p.m., a total of three vehicles collided on King James Way. The three vehicles were located blocking King James Way near Harmony Hall Road.
The Montgomery County Fire & Rescue Services assisted MCPD with closing the intersection. MCFRS and MCPD worked to remove the vehicles and clear the debris out of traffic lanes.
MCFRS EMS provided care to victims and transportation to local hospitals for injured parties who required further assistance.
Investigations into the crash are ongoing by the Montgomery County Police Department.
Our thoughts are with the victims hurt in this three-vehicle accident as we hope they make a full recovery.
Car Accidents in MarylandOver 10,000 car accidents resulting in injuries occur every month in the state of Maryland. These crashes continue to cause overwhelming disruptions in traffic and the lives of victims. Although there are countless rules of the road, we see many people harmed in crashes due to drivers who break them. When drivers speed, a driver under the influence of alcohol, or engage in any type of reckless actions while operating the vehicle, they place the lives of others at risk.
No one thinks about their reckless and negligent actions behind the wheel until it is too late. By then, the wheels are already set in motion and bring negative consequences to those involved. Countless people have their livers permanently changed in crashes. The very unfortunate truth is that these crashes are often completely preventable. However, many innocent people are required to suffer due to others.
Being harmed in a crash means that you will have to go through extensive medical care. Depending on what type of injuries you suffered, you may have to go through emergency surgery and spend several weeks in recovery. The long-term consequences of crashes are truly unimaginable. However, they have all too real consequences for victims across our state. If you are hurt in a motor vehicle accident as a result of another person's actions, contact our car accident lawyers in Maryland to see how they can help you.
Gaithersburg Personal Injury LawyersOur fearless and knowledgeable Maryland personal injury Lawyers at Greenblatt & Veliev, LLC have over 6 and 1/2 decades of experience helping victims pursue personal injury claims following their crashes. We fight to help each person we represent to ensure their legal rights and their best interests are truly and fully represented.
Our lawyers completely understand how difficult it is to move forward as a victim of a car accident. The mental and emotional struggles are made worth by the financial consequences. Should you be injured as a result of a crash, contact our law firm today. Our Maryland personal injury lawyers are available by calling 301-251-8776. We can schedule a consultation and no cost to you. Contact our team to schedule a meeting at your earliest convenience.
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