Running is very good for you, and it is a hobby that seems to be growing in popularity as people are trying to stay healthy and fit. The problem is that there might not be a lot of places to run in your area, except for on roadways that can become congested with traffic. When you are running on roadways it is very easy for drivers not to see you, and if you are hit by a car, no matter how fast they are travelling, you will probably sustain some pretty serious injuries.
Below are some general running safety tips to keep you from getting hurt on your area roadways:
So, if despite your best efforts, you are still hit by a car. How will you pay your medical bills? How will you make up your lost wages? What kind of expenses will you need to keep track of? Should you file a police report? Should you talk to the insurance adjuster? You can see there is a lot to worry about.
If you have already been hit in a pedestrian accident, my best advice is that before you speak to a lawyer, insurance adjuster, or sign any forms, you should request your free copy of my Missouri guide to serious injuries, “The Missouri Accident Book: Dealing with the Aftermath.” This book can help arm you against the insurance adjusters and keep you from making a mistake that could destroy your accident claim.
(Information source: Road Runners Club of America)
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You can file a personal injury lawsuit for any number of reasons when you've been hurt because of another person's negligence: car accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, pedestrian accidents, work injuries or even wrongful death. Our Missouri personal injury attorneys can help you seek compensation for medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other damages.
A car crash can be a devastating experience for everyone involved. The injuries sustained may require a lifetime of medical treatment.
Fatigue is among the leading causes of commercial truck accidents. However, truck drivers are not the sole cause of wrecks.
80% of riders involved in a Missouri motorcycle accident are either injured or killed. Those numbers are shocking.
When you are injured in a workplace accident, one of the challenges you face is how to provide for your family. Your on-the-job injuries may be eligible for workers compensation or other damages. Our Missouri work accident attorneys can answer your questions and will review your claim.
A wrongful death suit may be filed when a person dies as the result of someone else’s negligent, reckless, or intentional act.
Substantial injuries resulting from Missouri pedestrian accidents can lead to long term physical and mental effects for that victim.