A thirty-one-year-old woman from Hagerstown died in a crash near Myersville on Interstate 70 in western Maryland on Monday, March 8, said the state police.
The collision happened on westbound I-70. According to the police, the traffic was almost stopped due to blockage when one vehicle didn’t slow down and crashed at least one other vehicle.
Emily Jenkins died at the scene of the crash near Myersville, police said. The driver in the other vehicle didn’t have any injuries.
Losing a loved one in an accident is never easy. Such tragedies change people in every meaning of the word. If you have lost a loved one in a crash that was caused by another party, you should seek a compensation claim for your loss. Although the settlement won’t bring back the lost life, it will surely help you to cover the medical bills, as well as the funeral and burial expenses. This settlement would help you move on with your life and could be exceptionally significant if the deceased was the main earner in the family.
It is best if you seek a car accident attorney to help you with your case. Not everyone can manage to handle all the legal terms and understand what should be done next.
Our team at Pinder Plotkin is here to help you with everything. If you have any question regarding a car accident in which you were involved or have lost a loved one in similar circumstances, we will gladly answer them all.
Allow us to review your case, advise you on the next steps and help you get your much-deserved compensation claim. Our Maryland car accident attorneys know how challenging it is for people in such situations to move one and handle all the piled bills. Contact our office today and schedule your first free consultation.