Large Companies and Personal Injury Claims: Who Wins?
According a report in the Baltimore Sun, on March 10, 2009, at approximately 5:15 a.m., an MTA bus collided with an SUV and then crashed into a downtown hotel injuring two passengers and the driver of the SUV. On the same day closer to the afternoon hours, another MTA bus collided with a SUV in East Baltimore injuring six people. Yet another MTA bus incident occurred on March 12, 2009, where the bus struck a parked tow truck in Essex sending the driver and two passengers to the hospital.
With the slew of auto accidents involving MTA buses over the past three days, the Maryland Transit Authority has not yet released any statements as to how these personal injury victims will be taken care of. They have only commented on passengers with minor injuries.
With the help of an experienced Maryland auto accident attorney and personal injury lawyer like Steven H. Heisler, your rights will be protected to ensure that large companies responsible for personal injury incidents are brought to justice. Steven H. Heisler will work hard on your behalf to navigate the legal course to justice. Mr. Heisler has been helping Maryland personal injury victims for many years and has the experience to see that you get the compensation that you deserve. For a free consultation with personal injury lawyer Steven H. Heisler, call him at 1-877-228-4878.