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Can I be found partially responsible for car accident Maryland ?

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I was in a car accident yesterday I was going straight ahead through a green light when im struck from my left by another vehicle he struck the middle of my car damaging both drivers side doors I had the right of way I just want to know if im partially at fault because I didnt even notice the other car till I was hit this all happend in baltimore md and I had two passengers in vehicle with me .

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While the other party's insurance adjuster may claim you should have seen the other driver a skilled personal injury/property damage attorney will be able to handle that issue quite well. Contact a local MD attorney ASAP - most offer free consultations.

This is not intended to be legal advise or as legal representation. I am a California personal injury attorney . Be aware that every state has its own statute of limitations; and statutes & case laws that govern the handling of these matters.

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Avvo lawyers can't determine fault from a short posting. If you were injured, call one of the above lawyers in your state to investigate, otherwise, your insurance company will resolve it.

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If you had the right of way, then it is almost certainly NOT your fault. I assume that witnesses can testify that you had the green light. Was the other driver ticketed? Did the other driver admit fault? Other witnesses?

Give me a quick shout if you want to set up a meeting to make sure your rights are protected. I meet clients in Rockville, PIkesville, Greenbelt, and DC.

Lawrence Holzman (301) 742-5344

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I agree with the responding attorneys that it may be in your best interest to review your case with an experienced car accident attorney. Best of luck.

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