Silver Spring, MD – Auto Wreck with Injuries Reported on Georgia Ave near Corwin Dr
Silver Spring, MD (April 24, 2022) – At least one victim was left hurt following a crash that occurred in the Silver Spring area on Friday afternoon, April 22. Just before 2:20 p.m., the Montgomery County Police Department was dispatched to a crash that blocked Georgia Avenue.
Officers in Montgomery County reported that an auto wreck between an undisclosed number of vehicles blocked Georgia Avenue near Corwin Drive during the afternoon hours. The police and Montgomery County Fire & Rescue Services closed some of the roadway off as they worked to remove the damaged vehicles and debris from the scene.
Medics with the MCFRS provided treatment to victims while at the scene. At least one of the people hurt in the wreck was transported by MCFRS EMS to a nearby hospital.
The cause of this collision is under investigation by the police in Montgomery County at this time.
We hope those hurt as a result of this auto wreck make a timely and full recovery.
Car Accidents in MarylandOver 120,000 people are hurt in motor vehicle accidents in the state of Maryland. Every year. When people are harmed as a result of negligent drivers, they are able to take legal action against them. In order to prevail when filing a personal injury lawsuit, a victim must be able to prove that the defendant engaged in negligent actions. In order to prove this, it is important to show the following elements existed at the time of the crash.
First, you must be able to clearly demonstrate that the victim owes you a duty of care. While sharing the roadway with others, it is expected that all motorists act in a manner that avoids causing harm to others traveling nearby.
After showing that the defendant owed you a duty of care, you must be able to show that they breached their duty. When it comes to motor vehicle accidents, this can include drivers being under the influence of alcohol, speeding, or engaging in other reckless actions while operating the vehicle.
After proving that a breach existed, you must be able to show that you were injured as a result of the breach.
Finally, you have to show that the injuries you suffer resulted in damages. To prevail, you must be able to show that you suffered some type of economic or non-economic consequence due to the crash.
By reaching out to a Silver Spring car accident lawyer, you can rest assured knowing you are in the best position possible to get the justice you deserve.
Silver Spring Personal Injury LawyersFor more than six and a half decades, the Silver Spring personal injury lawyers at Greenblatt & Veliev, LLC have fought aggressively to help people hurt in crashes get justice.
Our team is dedicated to creating the strongest case on your behalf to ensure you are able to hold the person who caused your injuries to account. We will fight fearlessly to negotiate full compensation to help you cover the cost of medical expenses, the repairs to your vehicles, and various other costs that you face. Contact our Maryland personal injury law firm at your earliest convenience.
Our lawyers can be reached at 816-298-8708. Schedule a consultation and no cost to you with our team to discuss your case.
Note: Our writers used secondary sources when writing this accident news post. These sources include but are not limited to local news sources, local and state police reports, social media posts, and eyewitness accounts about accidents that take place in and around Maryland. We have not independently verified all of the facts surrounding this accident, therefore, if you find any information that is not correct, please contact Greenblatt & Veliev, LLC immediately so that we can update the post with the most accurate information available. We will remove this post upon request.
Disclaimer: We hope that our readers will slow down and use an abundance of caution when operating a motor vehicle in an effort to reduce accidents in Maryland. This post is not a solicitation for business. The information in this post is not intended to be legal or medical advice. The photo used in this post was not taken at this accident scene.