Car Crash On I-195 In Baltimore County Kills Man

Man Killed in Car Crash on I-95 in Baltimore County

A car crash on I-95 killed a man on December 13, 2012, when he lost control of his car on I-95 and was careened into a 2002 Suburban. According to an investigation by Maryland State Police, the driver was traveling north on I-95 around 7 a.m., when he spun out of control and struck an embankment. Police do not know what caused him to lose control.

After striking the embankment, the Ford Focus became airborne, went over the overpass, and struck the Suburban, which was traveling east on I-195. Police were not been able to determine the cause of the car crash.

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A trial attorney with more than 30 years of experience, Jonathan Scott Smith represents victims in car crash cases and personal injury victims in Maryland. Mr. Smith’s extensive trial experience — and track record of successful Past Results — has earned him the recognition of his peers and clients:

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Attorney Smith handles a wide range of car crashes, motor vehicle accidents, and personal injury claims. He takes cases involving serious and catastrophic loss, as well as wrongful death.

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