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Posted On 09.21.11 by in Auto Accidents
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Alcohol-related crashes can be devastating. Last year alone, over one million people were injured in these types of accidents.
Auto accidents may also occur due to a defect in your car. The manufacturer would be responsible for the defect under product liability law. Other accidents may be caused by a mechanic who failed to repair the vehicle. Of course, poorly maintained roads or non-working traffic control signals can contribute to cause an accident as well.
The bottom line? Accident victims need to preserve evidence, investigate if possible, and have injuries looked at by a doctor. If you have been a victim of an automobile accident, do not hesitate to call upon a personal injury or auto accident attorney.
Initial consultations on auto accident cases are FREE and there is NEVER a fee until there is a settlement or jury verdict in your favor.
Contact the Maryland car accident lawyers Ingerman & Horwitz, LLP today to discuss a legal strategy that will preserve your rights and provide for the future of your family.
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Our personal injury law firm also handles cases for accident victims who are located in various counties throughout the state of Maryland, such as Montgomery County, Baltimore County, Frederick County, Howard County, Harford County, Anne Arundel County, Prince George’s County and others.
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