KANSAS CITY MISSOURI POLICE NEED YOUR HELP TO LOCATE WITNESSES TO HELP DETERMINE FAULT FOR A KANSAS CITY CAR CRASH THAT CRITICALLY INJURED KANSAS CITY ATTORNEY! CALL NOW IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION!!
It’s unsettling to think that you could be struck by a car while walking around Kansas City. Unfortunately this can happen to anyone, anywhere, at any time. Even drivers that are being careful can hit a pedestrian if another driver is careless. If the pedestrian isn’t paying attention, the driver may not have enough time to avoid hitting the person. Maybe you are out seeing the sights, walking to or from a restaurant, or walking to work and become involved in a Kansas City pedestrian car crash. Chances are there will be some witnesses to the incident.
This past Wednesday this happened to a fellow lawyer, David J. Haydon, a lawyer with Levy Craig, at 13th and Oak in Kansas City. This happened because a van and a car crashed into each other. This incident sent the van spinning out of control and it hit him and another colleague. He has been in intensive care for his injuries. David and his colleague did not have enough time to move out of the way, and video surveillance cameras confirmed this. He suffered critical injuries, including head injuries. It is unfortunate and we offer our greatest sympathy to him and his family and friends.
IF OR ANYONE YOU KNOW HAVE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS COLLISION AT 13TH AND OAK IN KANSAS CITY MISSOURI, PLEASE CALL POLICE NOW!
What To Do After A Pedestrian Car Crash
If you or someone you know is involved in a pedestrian car accident, you need to begin by getting your witnesses lined up. This is one of the first things to do to help your Kansas City personal injury case. Witnesses can include bystanders and passengers or drivers of nearby vehicles. Get the name, number, and address of each witness, and a statement from them as to what they witnessed. This may help you in court. If possible, get two phone numbers in case one is discontinued before you get there. Make note of the specifications of the vehicle involved in the accident.