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Maryland Car Accident Lawyers: Fatal Accident in Bethesda Kills 3, Seriously Injures Another

Author: Portner & Shure

Saturday night, a horrific accident occurred in Bethesda on Pyle Road. Two cars were involved in the accident, a Chevrolet Volt and a BMW sedan. There were 4 passengers in the Volt and they were the ones struck with tragedy. Three of the passengers did not survive the crash, and the fourth passenger suffered life-threatening injuries. The young driver of the BMW only suffered minor injuries.

The cause of this devastating crash has not been determined yet. Since it was a Saturday night, it is always possible that alcohol played a role. Based on accident scene pictures, the Chevrolet Volt suffered significantly more damage than the BMW. Whatever the cause may be, it is likely that one of the parties was at fault. This area of Bethesda is a residential area, therefore, with the amount of damage to the Volt vehicle, speed is a likely factor in the crash.

Remember, actions you take immediately after a car accident will affect your personal injury recovery! Most crash victims do not understand that an auto accident entails complicated issues, including What should never be discussed with the Adjuster; The two critical guidelines to follow when seeking medical treatment; The method to “get more” for your property damage and an immediate rental car; The one document always needed for your lost wage recovery, and other critical accident related proof; The three essentials for building and evaluating the case for pain and suffering compensation.

If you or a family member have been injured or killed in a Maryland pedestrian accident and would like to consult an experienced personal injury attorney for free, contact our office at (855) 954-4141 to schedule an appointment at one of our office locations in Rockville or throughout Maryland or visit us online.

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