Harford County, Maryland Car Accident Kills 14-Year-old Pylesville Pedestrian

Heather Greer, 14, died on Thursday after she was injured in a Harford County pedestrian accident. The Pylesville teenager was crossing Route 136 when she was hit by a motor vehicle.

According to Maryland State Police, Greer died from injuries she sustained from the impact of being hit by a 2009 Toyota Highlander. She was pronounced dead at the R. Adams Cowley, University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center where she was flown by helicopter after the Pylesville car crash.

Child Pedestrians

It’s been awhile since our Baltimore personal injury law firm has posted on a story on this site about a Maryland child pedestrian accident. However, our child injury lawyers continue to remain concerned about the hundreds of kids that are killed each year because they were struck by a motor vehicle.

As Baltimore injuries to minor attorneys, we are familiar with the kinds of serious injuries that can occur during a child pedestrian accident (For example: traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, broken bones, organ damage, disfigurement, and burn injuries) and we know how important it is to get the financial recovery you need to help cover medical expenses and other costs.

Our Maryland injury lawyers work with accident reconstructions and medical experts that know how to prove exactly how your injuries happened. We are experienced in building solid cases for our clients while providing you with the legal counsel and support that you need during this difficult time.

Depending on the details of what happened, possible liable parties might include a driver, the entity responsible for maintaining/designing the road, the manufacturer of the motor vehicle or one of its parts, or the party that served alcohol to an intoxicated driver.

14-Year-Old Pylesville Girl Struck by Vehicle and Killed While Attempting to Cross Route 136, Daggerpress.com, July 29, 2011
Related Web Resources:
Child Pedestrians, NHTSA
Pedestrian Safety, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

More Blog Posts:
Maryland Pedestrian Accident Report: Two Teens Die in Hospital Following Fatal Baltimore Street Accident, Maryland Car Accident Attorney Blog, July 29, 2011
$3.3M Prince George’s County Pedestrian Accident Awarded Over Woman’s Maryland Wrongful Death, Maryland Accident Law Blog, March 14, 2011
Toddler and Teen Pedestrians Injured During East Baltimore Car Accident, Maryland Accident Law Blog, July 12, 2010

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