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Information about Harley Mullenix’s car accident in Grimes County.

| Jan 27, 2015 | Wrongful Death |

A two car crash accident in Grimes County, Texas claims the life of Harley Mulllenix , a 20 year old Plantersville volunteer firefighter Saturday. The car accident happened after 4:00 p.m. on Saturday near FM 1774 and county road 302 in Grimes County, Texas. According to law enforcement authorities, the driver of the PT cruiser was making a turn on to county road 302 when the 17 year old driver of a Chevy Tahoe slammed into the back of the cruiser causing severe injuries. Does this accident trigger a wrongful death case?

Harley Mulllenix had started her career as a junior firefighter. She was a young fire fighter at the age of 15 years. Our hearts and thoughts go out to her family and fellow firefighters.  Texas Department of Public Safety troopers say Mullenix was a passenger in the back seat of a PT cruiser. Harley Mulllenix who was in the back seat of the PT Cruiser died at the scene. She was with two other women who were both pregnant. We hope they are on their way to recovery. The other two women in the PT Crusier and the 17 year old driver in the Tahoe were all transferred to area hospitals. In this type of accident, you can expect the surviving individuals to have serious injuries. What caused this accident? I would imagine that the family may have many questions.

Families who have lost a loved on in an accident should consider hiring an attorney. A free consultation with a Texas lawyer can help a family sleep at night. The family should not have to be kept awake wondering what to do. An attorney can provide a good understanding about legal rights. Experienced and caring Texas lawyers do not want a victims family guessing about what to do next. An attorney can help estimate the value of the case. This will help identify a fair settlement for death or injuries.

   – Article by Richard D. Weaver, a Texas personal injury lawyer.

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