Roger Gene Bartug, a 22-year-old man, died in a Columbia, MD auto accident November 9, 2008 after he was thrown from the passenger seat of a Ford pickup truck, according to an article in the Baltimore Sun. Bartug was fatally injured in the single-vehicle collision.
Alenxander Randolph Camorali, the driver of the pickup reportedly fled the scene after crashing the truck into a tree. Bartug was taken to an area hospital where he was pronounced dead. Camorali, 23, was arrested several hours after the accident and will most likely face hit-and-run charges. The fatal car crash occurred at the intersection of Harper’s Farm Road and Twin Rivers Road.
Auto accidents cause tremendous hardships to all involved. If you are an injured victim, you may be facing medical expenses, paying for costly medication and suffering loss of pay in addition. If you have lost a loved one in an auto accident, in addition to the pain and grief, you will be facing funeral expenses, hospital bills if applicable and loss of personal and financial support. A number of auto accidents may also involve hit-and-run drivers or drunk drivers.
Auto accident law in Maryland is complex. If you or someone you love has been critically injured in a Maryland auto accident, we urge you to seek the counsel of a Maryland personal injury lawyer who will investigate the case thoroughly and get you fair compensation for your injuries and loss. For more information on Maryland auto accident law, please refer to our website.