Silver Spring, MD – Motorcycle Crash with Injuries Reported at Georgia Ave and Forest Glen Rd

by | Jun 7, 2022 | Recent News

Silver Spring, MD (June 7, 2022) – A motorcycle accident occurred in Silver Spring on Monday that left at least one person injured. Just before 3:30 p.m., on June 6, the Montgomery County Police Department, Montgomery County Fire & Rescue Services, and EMS responded to a motor vehicle wreck on Georgia Avenue.

Reports from MCPD show that a passenger car and a motorcycle collided on Georgia Avenue at the intersection of Forest Glen Road. The incident caused delays in the area after MCPD and MCFRS closed off the intersection.

MCFRS EMS rendered aid to the injured victims on-site. At least one person was transported by EMS to a nearby hospital where they underwent further medical care for their injuries.

The MCPD is currently investigating the crash.

Our thoughts are with those hurt as a result of this crash. We hope for their timely and full recovery.

Motorcycle Accidents in Maryland

Silver Spring, MD – Motorcycle Crash with Injuries Reported at Georgia Ave and Forest Glen RdMotor vehicle accidents in Maryland leave more than 10,000 people injured every single month. There are many cases where people are using motorcycles at the time of their accidents. These vehicles leave victims more vulnerable to serious injuries due to the fact that they are not protected. Having little more than helmets to protect you during an accident can leave you vulnerable to suffering severely broken bones, back injuries, and internal organ damage.

Dealing with the physical impacts of a motorcycle crash can be entirely challenging. Many people have to spend weeks off work to recover. Going through extensive medical care is not only draining physically but is financially devastating as well. People often have to spend tens of thousands of dollars on medical care. Dealing with these costs while being unable to work can be quite challenging. For this reason, injured parties can see legal guidance from a motorcycle accident lawyer in Silver Spring. A knowledgeable legal team can help you get the money you need to cover the costs you face following your crash.

Our Silver Spring motorcycle accident lawyers at Greenblatt & Veliev, LLC have more than 65 years of experience fighting to protect the legal rights of victims who have been injured in accidents. Our lawyers can help you secure the maximum amount of compensation for your lawsuit. We will fight to ensure you collect the money you need for medical expenses, repairs to your motorcycle, and more. Our legal team will fearlessly negotiate compensation with the insurance company of the at-fault driver.

We will fight to protect your legal rights and help you get justice. If you were hurt in a motorcycle accident, you must act quickly to protect your legal rights. Contact our Maryland personal Injury Law firm today. Our lawyers can meet with you for a free consultation to discuss your accident and the legal options available to help you move forward and recover. Our lawyers are available by calling 301-251-8776 at your earliest convenience.

NoteOur 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.

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