Anne Arundel County Officers are investigating a fatal, one-vehicle crash in Glen Burnie early on Monday morning, March 8, that left one dead.
The accident happened in the area of Ritchie Highway and Norfolk Road around 3:35 a.m.
A white Acura TSX was going southbound on Maryland Route 2 when for unknown reasons, the vehicle left the lane and moved into the grassy median and hit a tree.
Kai Lemont Saunders, twenty-year-old driver of the Acura was pronounced dead at the scene.
The police believe that speed wasn’t a factor in the one-vehicle crash in Glen Burnie and toxicology results are pending.
It’s never easy when a family loses a member in a car accident. Things are even more tragic when the member is young. One-vehicle accidents might be closed as an accident (no matter how they happened) which leaves the family in a position where they can’t seek a compensation claim.
If you are dealing with the loss of a loved one who was a victim of a one-vehicle accident, make sure to seek legal guidance from a car accident attorney. Even if you believe you could handle this case on your own, you might get lost in the legal labyrinth. If you decide to seek a compensation claim, dealing with an insurance company might be a challenge. Insurance companies aren’t very happy to pay a high settlement, or any settlement at all, so an attorney by your side would be of great help.
Your lawyer would investigate the case and gather evidence. Based on that they will advise you whether or not you should file for a compensation claim.
If the deceased person was the main earner in the family, you will definitely need a claim, especially to cover the medical expenses and all other accident-related bills. Pinder Plotkin is here for you; contact our Maryland car accident attorneys today.