Sisters Aged 4 and 19 Among Three Killed in I-95 Car Accident

An I-95 car accident that happened on Sunday morning, March 28, was fatal for two sisters aged nineteen and four. The sisters and their families were going back to Maryland from Florida. A thirty-seven-year-old man was also killed as a result of the collision. 

The van the family was driving in, with ten people on board, flipped over on I-95 headed northbound, according to the police report. The impact caused the roof of the to open and multiple occupants were ejected from the van.

Two occupants were taken to Advent Health in a critical state and four others were taken to Halifax Medical Center in a stable state. A four-year-old and five-year-old were transported to Arnold Palmer Hospital. The three killed victims were from Prince George’s County.

The troopers are investigating if any of the occupants of the van were wearing seatbelts when the I-95 car accident happened. 

When an accident happens that ends with fatalities, things become very complex. The at-fault party carries huge responsibilities and may face charges. On the other hand, the family of the victims deals with immense sadness and is barely able to take any legal measures. 

In cases like these, seeking a car accident attorney should be one of the first steps. Although dealing with such a tragedy can be devastating and you probably can’t think of anything else, your attorney will help you go through the process and seek a compensation claim that will help you cover all the medical expenses, funeral and burial fees as well as pain and suffering. Not everyone knows that insurance companies’ offers don’t have to be accepted immediately; let your lawyer negotiate until the insurers offer the best settlement.

Pinder Plotkin’s Maryland car accident attorneys have experience and skills and can help you get the proper claim that will allow you to move on with your life. 


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