If you have not already done so, call 911. It’s the law in Maryland if you’re involved in a serious collision. The police dispatcher will send either an officer from the Baltimore Police Department or a state trooper from the Maryland State Police to your crash. If you’re seriously hurt, ask the dispatcher to send an ambulance. They can take you to Johns Hopkins Hospital, University of Maryland Medical Center or another area hospital if necessary. If you’re at the crash site, take pictures of your accident. The more photos, the better. If someone saw your collision, get their name and phone number. Finally, call a lawyer. Having an attorney on your side can make a big difference in the outcome of your Baltimore car accident claim or lawsuit.