Cincinnati, Ohio (June 18, 2021) – A young child was injured in a car accident reported in the College Hill neighborhood of Cincinnati. At around 9:08 pm on June 17, Cincinnati police, fire fighters and medical personnel were called to the scene of the accident on Daly Road.
Cincinnati police reports show that a 9-year-old girl was walking in the 6730 Daly Road area. For unknown reasons, the toddler was hit by an unknown vehicle. The girl was injured in the accident. EMS provided the injured person with temporary help on site before they were transported to a local hospital for further care. The incident is currently under investigation.
Our thoughts are with the victim who was injured in this accident. We hope for her full recovery.
Pedestrian accidents in Cincinnati, Ohio
Every year, pedestrian accidents across Cincinnati have crippling effects on victims. Young children are more likely to experience life-threatening injuries. The small and fragile stature of children makes them vulnerable to the effects of collisions. Infants involved in pedestrian accidents often suffer serious injuries, such as:
- Broken bones
- Spinal cord injuries
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Head and neck injuries
- Back injuries
- And more
These and other life changing injuries cause overwhelming pain and suffering. In addition to the physical consequences of collisions, many toddlers also suffer from mental anguish. Victims and their families are also burdened with high medical costs and lost work time to care for injured children. If pedestrians are harmed in accidents caused by negligent and reckless drivers, they should seek advice from a qualified Cincinnati personal injury attorney as soon as possible.
Our Simpson Castle team has extensive experience advocating young children and their families after a member is seriously injured in an accident. Pedestrian accidents can dramatically change a person’s life, so it is imperative that they have the financial means to cover medical treatment costs and other subsequent expenses. A responsive Cincinnati Pedestrian Accident Attorney can help protect your legal rights and best interests so you can get the outcome you expect in your case. Our compensation lawyers strive to hold negligent parties accountable for their actions so that our clients can maximize their redress. We understand the negative impact these accidents have on our customers, especially when young children are injured. Don’t hesitate to contact our Cincinnati personal injury attorneys at 800-713-9340 and 513-852-5600. Our lawyers will be available as early as possible to discuss the legal options available to you. We can review the circumstances of your accident, help identify all liable parties and take legal action to ensure compensation for your economic and non-economic damage that may arise in the future. Do not wait. Contact our law firm today to get started on your case.
Note: Independent sources have been used in the preparation of this article. These sources include news reports, police reports, eyewitness reports, social media reports, and firsthand reports of the accident with injuries. For this reason, the facts about the specific events surrounding this accident were not independently verified by our team of authors. If any information about a particular incident is incorrect or you would like the post removed, please contact us as soon as possible so we can correct it or remove the post.
Disclaimer: At Burg Simpson law firm, we are committed to giving back to our local community members. We have dedicated our careers to improving people’s lives by fighting for them in court to ensure that they receive fair and full compensation for their injuries and damage if they are injured. We hope these posts will help raise awareness of the dangers of driving and remind members of our communities to practice safer driving habits and take the necessary precautions to avoid injury. This is not a solicitation to companies. The information in this post should not be misunderstood as medical or legal advice. The photos shown in this post are not representative of the actual scene of the accident.