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Two Pershing Square
2300 Main Street, Suite 170
Kansas City, MO 64108
Telephone: (816) 221-6600
Toll Free: (877) 284-6600
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Car crashes are the number one killer of teens in the United States and a leading cause of death in countries around the world. Youth-led campaigns like Global Youth Traffic Safety Month (GYTSM) promote safe teen driving through a peer-to-peer model.
This time of year, there’s prom and graduation. The warm weather means BBQs, swim parties and many other fun activities and celebrations, often involving alcoholic beverages … leading to inebriated drivers on our Kansas City roadways.
Biking is a popular activity in many areas, especially the Kansas City area. More and more people are riding bikes rather than driving as well as for exercise or just the sheer enjoyment.
From 2000 to 2012 there was a 64% increase in cyclists traveling to work, according to the NHTSA.
In 2016, 3.2 trillion miles were driven on U.S. roads. Is it any wonder that, on average, each year there are 6,000,000 motor vehicle accidents occurring?
Often the question arises as to how much money a claim is worth or how much an accident victim might be entitled to. Without knowing the details of your situation, that question can’t be answered; however, we can tell you that a fair settlement will depend on several factors such as the severity of your injuries, the medical treatments needed, and who was at fault or negligent to start.
Our knowledgeable staff is available at (877) 284-6600 to help answer your questions.
Car accidents are a leading cause of death for children 1 to 13 years of age. However, many serious injuries and fatalities can be prevented by simply using car seats, boosters and seat belts. September 18 – 24, 2016 is National Child Passenger Safety week to help generate awareness about child car safety.Every 33 seconds one child under the age of 13 is involved in a crash. Click To Tweet
Having a driver’s license opens up a whole new world of responsibilities for a teenage driver. Parents and other adults in a teen’s life can be a role model, teaching them to be safe, responsible drivers.
With school being out, more teens are on our busy Kansas City roads, some of whom are fairly new drivers. June is National Safety Month and we want to share some safe driving practices with those teenage drivers.
Car accidents are a time of extreme emotion and oftentimes chaotic activity. You are talking with emergency responders and police, witnesses and other occupants of your vehicle, and more. It can take time for both your body and your mind to process what has happened, which may mean that all of your injuries are not immediately apparent.