Pursuing Your Case with a Maryland Car Accident* Attorney

In Maryland and Washington, D.C., a driver must obey what are called the Rules of the Road in order to ensure that everyone is safe around them. If a driver does not follow these rules, and they hurt someone else, they are responsible for the harm that they have caused. Whether the injury is catastrophic or it’s an injury that resolves in a matter of months, the injured person has a right to compensation for what they have lost as a result of the collision.

Charles County, MD car accident attorney Matt Trollinger has successfully settled and reached verdicts in the following cases where the at fault driver broke the following safety rules and harmed someone:

  • Drove too closely
  • Drove at an unsafe speed
  • Did not maintain a safe distance between their car and the car in front of them
  • Did not yield to oncoming traffic
  • Failed to see what could be seen
  • Distracted driving
  • Texting while driving
  • Driving while Under the Influence of drugs, alcohol, or medication causing impairment
  • Drunk driving / driving while intoxicated
  • Driving too fast for conditions (snow, rain, ice or otherwise)
  • Failure to obey traffic control device (running a red light)
  • Failure to render aid after a collision

Contact a Charles County Auto Accident Attorney — Serving Maryland and D.C.

If you think the driver of another vehicle was involved in the above unlawful activity or was otherwise driving carelessly, contact Trollinger Law to protect your rights and have an experienced personal injury lawyer help you. Your benefits are at risk without an attorney.

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* Many attorneys, insurance companies, and clients call an incident when someone was injured an “accident.” For this reason, our website uses this word. But an incident is not really an "accident" if there were rules in place to keep us all safe, yet someone chose not to follow those rules — and, as a result, someone else was hurt. When you speak with Trollinger Law, you'll find we talk instead in terms of "crashes," "collisions," etc.

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