Four people have died and three more received injuries as a result of a collision between a car and a pickup truck that occurred in Cecil County, Maryland, last Thursday evening. Those who lost their lives were all occupants of the car, the driver of which lost control for reasons that are not entirely clear. A four-year-old boy and 34-year-old man died at the scene, while a nine-year-old boy and 10-year-old girl succumbed to their injuries following transportation to a hospital.
Living in a developed country should allow pregnant and new mothers in Maryland to feel secure about their health care and the care their babies receive when in the womb and after birth. Unfortunately, the United States has been experiencing an increase in the number of women dying during pregnancy, childbirth and in the first year after giving birth. For a while now, health care professionals have been blaming the mothers themselves for this problem. A new report sheds some new light on the matter, however.
One of the most important things in a high-asset divorce is properly figuring out your net worth as a couple. The Maryland court will expect that you do a complete job of determining the value of all your assets so they can be properly divided. This is where asset valuation comes in.
As a resident of Maryland, you likely spend a decent amount of time on the road throughout the week. Poor driving behaviors can put you at risk any time you go out, and this includes drivers taking risks by making illegal turns.
If you have ever had a case of road rage while traveling in Maryland traffic, you are not alone. In fact, up to 80% of Americans admit that they have experienced road rage at some point during the last year. There is no doubt that getting stuck behind a slow driver or in traffic when you are late for a meeting or an appointment is frustrating. However, road rage can cause people to engage in dangerous driving practices that may lead to a serious car accident. It is important to refrain from engaging in these behaviors and to be on the lookout for other motorists who are driving dangerously, as they may put other peoples’ lives at risk.