This will depend on how the facts are presented, and how they are viewed by the fact-finder. While crossing the opposing traffic, you are required to yield to them, and it can be seen that you didn't yield. Also, the oncoming car might not have been in a marked lane, but may not have had an opportunity to stop, since they might not have seen you in time. Other points not mentioned here could also be in your favor.
If you have insurance, the ins. company will help you through this. Make sure you give them an accurate understanding of the facts.
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It depends, but based on your limited facts, it would appear that the other driver was at fault; however, more details would be needed. Understand that Maryland is a "contributory negligence" state--meaning that any small percentage of fault on your part is enough to bar your claim, even if the other driver was 99% at fault for causing the accident.
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