Accidents On The Highway Can Be Deadly

Whether you are backing out of your driveway or passing someone on the highway, a vehicle collision can result in catastrophic injuries and devastating property damage. Following your accident, it is wise to seek the counsel of an experienced lawyer who can assess your case and provide the strong legal guidance you need.

With more than 10 years of legal experience with personal injury cases, I am ready to provide the honest feedback my injured Harford County clients need. I am attorney Garry L. Wilcox, Jr., and I focus nearly all of the resources of my firm toward helping injured clients in communities throughout Maryland. Schedule a free consultation to discuss the situation you are struggling through.

Legal Guidance After A Highway Accident

While every vehicle collision can potentially lead to severe injuries, highway accidents can be more serious for three reasons:

  • Speed: Unless you are trapped in slow-and-go traffic, vehicles on highways are likely traveling at high speed. A collision involving highway speeds is likely to be more devastating than one occurring at slower speeds.
  • Multiple vehicles: An accident on a busy highway will likely involve several vehicles. Whether vehicles are attempting to change lanes, slow down or speed up to avoid the collision, it is not uncommon for several vehicles to become involved in a collision.
  • Trucks: 18-wheelers, construction vehicles, commercial trucks and delivery vans are likely traveling the same highways that you are. Accidents involving these enormous vehicles commonly result in catastrophic injuries and destroyed cars.

If you were in a highway accident or you lost a loved one, it is important to discuss your case with an experienced attorney. From my firm, Law Office of Garry L. Wilcox, Jr., LLC, I can listen to the facts of your case and provide answers to your complex legal questions. Call or email me to schedule a free consultation.