One Dead in Lanham Two-Vehicle Crash on New Year’s Eve

One person died an hour before the new year in a traffic collision in Prince George’s County. The Lanham two-vehicle crash happened on Friday night, December 31st. The cause of the collision was not immediately available.

The deceased victim was a passenger in one of the cars that collided. The accident happened at about 11 p.m. in the 9300 block of Good Luck Road in the Lanham area. The Prince George’s County Police described her only as a female.

The driver of the car the decedent traveled in sustained injuries that were not life-threatening and received treatment in a hospital. The other driver was uninjured. The crash led to the closure of the roadway for about four hours.

The details of how the Lanham two-vehicle crash happened remain under investigation. Anyone with information about this incident is urged to call the Prince George’s County Police Department at (301) 352-1200.

Motor vehicle accidents are one of the leading causes of death in the United States. Traffic collisions occur for different reasons and when people least expect it. Common reasons for crashes include drunk driving, distracted driving, speeding, tailgating, running red lights, illegal lane change, etc.

Maryland law allows the crash victim to file a compensation claim against the driver responsible for the accident. The victim does this through an insurance claim or a personal injury lawsuit. A successful claim means economic and non-economic damages.

The two cover past, present, and future medical expenses, lost wages, property damage or vehicle repair, pain and suffering, emotional anguish, etc. Winning the claim against the fault party is easier when working with an experienced Maryland car accident lawyer. If you were injured in a traffic collision, contact Pinder Plotkin, LLC, for a free case review.


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