Livestock in the Road
Along with farm vehicle accidents, those living in the Maryland countryside in rural parts of Carroll County, Cecil County, Harford County, Howard County and St. Mary’s County may encounter another rural road hazard – livestock. Livestock, such as cattle, horses or buffalo, can sometimes get loose and wander onto the road into the path of oncoming traffic.
These large animals are dangerous obstacles for drivers. In certain cases of auto accidents caused by livestock in the road, the animal owner can be held liable for injuries caused by his or her animals. After a consultation, the Law Offices of Edward J. Ehlers can help you determine if you have a legitimate case.
Attorneys Experienced in Animal Accidents in Maryland
If you’ve been involved in an auto accident caused by livestock or other animals in the road, call the police to file a formal report before contacting an experienced auto accident attorney. We represent those who have been injured in auto accidents caused by animals, and we are ready to help you seek compensation for your injuries.