One Dead Following Traffic Accident in Upper Marlboro

One person died following a car accident in Upper Marlboro. The crash happened on Sunday afternoon, December 12th. The cause of the accident was not immediately available. 

At approximately 12:25 a.m., patrol officers responded to the crash site in the 12200 block of Duley Station Road. The preliminary investigation revealed that a sedan driver traveled eastbound on Duley Station Road. The vehicle left the roadway for unknown reasons and struck a tree, then another vehicle. 

A 23-year-old man from Clinton identified as Terrific Price was a front passenger in the sedan. He died at the accident scene while the driver sustained non-life-threatening injuries and received treatment in a hospital. Another passenger in the sedan sustained life-threatening injuries and was treated in a hospital. 

The two occupants of the second vehicle were uninjured. The Upper Marlboro Police Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Unit are investigating the crash. Anyone with information on the accident in Upper Marlboro should contact them at 301-731-4422. Those who wish to stay anonymous should contact Crime Solvers at 1-866-411-TIPS (8477). 

Traffic accidents are not uncommon on Maryland roads and remain one of the state’s leading contributors to deaths. These crashes happen for different reasons ranging from speeding, drunk driving, distracted driving to tailgating. When an accident happens, the victim can file an insurance claim or personal injury lawsuit against the driver who caused it. 

The preceding comes under the Maryland fault accident system. The victim will get economic and non-economic damages from the at-fault driver if they win. While this sounds easy, keep in mind that insurance companies are always after their bottom line and prefer not to pay compensation. 

Thus to ensure you win your claim, contact our Maryland car accident lawyers at Pinder Plotkin LLC. We offer free case reviews. 


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