Bethesda Motor Vehicle Accidents (MVA)
If you have been injured in a motor vehicle accident in Maryland, MVA lawyers Bethesda, MD accident victims recommend, may be able to help you. They may be able to help you to seek compensation for expenses related to your injuries as well as for things such as your pain and suffering.
If you are in the horrific situation of grieving over the unexpected loss of a loved you, Bethesda, MD MVA lawyers may be able to help you and other surviving family members to get the compensation you are entitled to.
Maryland MVA Injuries
Motor vehicle accidents are usually scary to be in or to witness, even when they are minor and do not cause more than minor injuries and/or property damage. When you or someone you know is injured or even if you are just a witness to a serious accident, it can be anywhere from scary to positively frightening. When someone dies as the result of an MVA, the devastation can be positively overwhelming.
If you or someone you love has been in an MVA accident in Bethesda, lawyers who are licensed to help people throughout the state of MD may be able to help.
The following are common Maryland MVA injuries that people look to lawyers for help with:
- Bruises, including internal bleeding
- Whiplash and other injuries of the neck and upper back
- Broken/fractured bones
- Road rash
- Concussions, traumatic brain injuries (TBI) and other brain injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Injuries to organs
- Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
The above are just a few of the many kinds of Bethesda MVA injuries that people look to MD lawyers for help in seeking compensation to pay for their medical and other bills that are the result of their accident.
A horrible and all too common reality is that many people die as a result of being in an MVA. When this is the case, the grieving family of the deceased may be entitled to compensation for their loss.
MVA Property Damage
When property is damaged because of an MVA the driver or drivers whose negligence is responsible for the damage, may owe the owner the amount of money it takes for their property to be repaired or if it is irreparable, to be replaced. The most common kind of property that is damaged during moving vehicle accidents are moving vehicles but personal effects such as cell phones, handbags, computers, clothes, shoes, items in a car such as recently purchased groceries or household goods. In addition to things that people may have in a vehicle with them, if the accident destroys structures such as fences, walls or buildings, the negligent driver(s) may owe the owner the cost to repair or replace what they damaged.
If your property has been damaged in a Bethesda, MD MVA, lawyers may be able to help you hold them liable for the damage that they have caused.