• May 25, 2022

27 Injured in Megabus Accident on I-95 in Baltimore County, MD

Baltimore County, MD -- May 22, 2022, approximately 27 people were injured following an accident where a Megabus overturned along I-95.

Investigators reported that the crash took place at around 7:00 a.m. outside of Kingsville along I-95.

Authorities said that a Megabus was traveling down the interstate when it somehow crashed and overturned along the side of the road. Due to the crash, at least 27 people were hurt, with 15 said to be transported to a hospital.

Additional details about the crash are unavailable.

Commentary on Megabus Accident on I-95 in Baltimore County

With a crash like this, it may be more complex to get answers than people realize. Folks may think investigating a rollover isn't too challenging, but the simple fact it involved a commercial bus could make things incredibly complex. Part of the reason for this is the interests involved.

27 Injured in Megabus rollover Accident I-95 Baltimore County, MD

Commercial agencies are already reluctant as is to help victims and families if they can avoid it. But on top of that, a bus of this size is required by federal statute to have at least $5 million in liability coverage. That means whatever insurance company is involved also has a lot on the line, and they'll have professionals doing everything in their power to minimize the blame.

Without extensive evidence and proper legal maneuvering, victims and families can easily find themselves at a significant disadvantage. That's why it's crucial to ensure professionals look into a crash like this and get clear answers about what happened. Otherwise, the obstacles between victims and the help they need could prove too steep to climb.


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