Dayton Man Died After Being Injured in Late October Crash

Eighty-nine-year-old Laurence Hunter from Dayton died at the hospital on November 7 as a result of severe injuries. The Dayton man died after being involved in a serious crash last month, according to the authorities.

On October 25, around 5 p.m. the 2002 Toyota Avalon operated by Hunter was going northbound on Ten Oaks Road just past Smallwood Court. For unknown reasons, the vehicle then left the roadway and hit a utility pole. Hunter was the only occupant in the vehicle. He was in critical condition and was transported to the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center.

Driving carefully may not always be enough. Sometimes people cause accidents because of health reasons. There are numerous accidents that happened because the driver experienced a heart attack or seizure.

Such cases are complex and require legal help. If you were hit by a driver who suffered a heart attack, for example, things may be challenging for you. The driver may not be liable, but you should certainly seek a compensation claim for your injuries and damages.

In that case, seek legal help from a car accident attorney. They would gather evidence and even hire experts to help them. This may be a case of medical malpractice or even a pharmaceutical company that produces medicine that causes serious side effects.

However, if you were injured in such an accident, don’t give up on the idea that you can’t collect your settlement.

If you are looking for legal guidance and help to file your claim, we’re here for you. Maryland car accident attorneys with Pinder Plotkin have long and rich experience in the area of car accidents and personal injuries. We will gladly stand by your side and won’t give up until you get your deserved compensation claim. 

Source: https://patch.com/maryland/columbia/2-men-die-injuries-sustained-separate-incidents-police

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