As the weather begins to warm in Oklahoma, it’s common for joggers, walkers, and runners to hit the streets. Individuals who use our roadways to exercise often use headphones or ear buds to listen to music, which can limit their ability to hear what’s going on around them.
In a recent Good Morning Tulsa interview, injury lawyer Michael Carr discusses how fault works in a pedestrian accident and offers advice for anyone who has been injured.
That’s what we do here at Carr & Carr,” said Carr. “We represent pedestrians who have been hit by drivers who don’t exercise reasonable care by either driving too fast, driving while on their phones, or driving while distracted.”
Pedestrian accidents are extremely dangerous. Without the safety of a car frame, individuals struck by a vehicle are most vulnerable to injury. If you’ve been involved in a pedestrian accident, don’t hesitate to call Carr & Carr for help!