Posted in Personal Injury on September 27, 2016
Maryland law requires individuals involved in an auto accident to provide their name, address, license number, name and address of the vehicle’s owner. As well as their insurance company, policy number, and the agent name and agent’s phone number.
If you’re involved in an auto accident, here are the 32 most important facts you need to collect at the scene of the accident:
If you’ve been in an accident, you should always call the police. By calling the police you ensure the collision is documented and you receive the correct information from the other driver. However, in Maryland there are occasions when you must call the police, they include:
In 2014, there were 29,989 fatal accidents in the United State, of those, 442 individuals lost their lives in Maryland as a result of a motor vehicle accident. There were 246 single-vehicle accident and 196 multiple-vehicle accidents in Maryland that resulted in death for 2014.¹
If you’ve been involved in an auto accident and you’ve sustained injuries, you have rights. The Randolph Rice injury attorneys are here to help. They’ve been fighting for the rights of injury victims in Maryland for over 10 years. Let their experience go to work for you in your injury claim.
¹Source – General Statistics for the IIHS