Prince George's County Auto Accident Lawyer
Prince Georges County has the highest percentage of death rates from automobile accidents over other Maryland Counties in the State of Maryland. Why are fatality rates higher in P.G. County? P.G. County has many major roads such as I 495 that travels throughout Prince George’s County, Montgomery County and Northern Virginia. I 495 is known as the D.C. beltway and travels around Washington D.C. and around cities such as Greenbelt, Hyattsville, College Park, Clinton, Laurel and Landover. Interstate 95 runs north and south not just in Prince George’s County near Beltsville and Laurel but all throughout Maryland and up into the Northeastern states and south into Florida. Route 50 travels west from Ocean City, Maryland and brings commuters to and from Washington D.C. on a daily basis. Route 50 is located in Worcester County, Wicomico County, Dorchester County, Talbot County, Queen Anne’s County, Anne Arundel County, Prince George’s County and Garrett County Maryland. Route 50 passes through many major cities such as Annapolis and Bowie. These major roads and others support the nearly one million resident of Prince George’s County alone that use these roadways to get to their daily destinations. As a result of these highly traveled roadways, serious accidents occur. When these accidents occur they can sometimes be fatal. The fatalities are increased because of the populations contained in these densely populated cities included in Prince George’s County such as Bowie, Greenbelt, Hyattsville, Clinton, Laurel College Park and Landover.
After you have been involved in an accident, you should make certain that you get as much information that you are able to obtain after the accident. You should get the other parties full name, address, a copy of their license, photos of their insurance information and photos of the vehicle information and tag number. You should also call the police. Once the police arrive, you should obtain the police officers badge number, police report number and the police officers phone number.
If you are injured, you should see medical attention to address your injuries. After you have gathered all the information that you are able to obtain after the accident, you should go to an urgent care facility to have your injuries evaluated. Make sure to tell the medical professional about all pains and problems that you may have. Our lawyers have almost 70 years of combined experience in helping people injured in accidents. Please call the Maryland Auto accident lawyers at Foran & Foran to discuss your case.