Two Injured In Golf Cart Accident

Posted By Meyerkord & Meyerkord, LLC || 28-Jul-2016

A golf cart accident has injured two people in Oak Grove, Missouri. According to a Jackson County Sheriff's dispatcher, a golf cart flipped over near the intersection of Old Pink Hill and Ketterman Road and injured at least two people Tuesday evening. The accident happened around 6 p.m. and cause the intersection to be blocked off while emergency personnel responded to the scene. According to authorities, one of the victims was a 2-year-old who was transported to a Children's Hospital and treated for a minor arm injury. The child’s mother was injured when the golf cart landed on top of her and was also taken to a hospital for medical treatment. Her condition remains unknown. None of the victims have been identified, but everyone involved is expected to recover. Details of the accident have not been released.

If you were injured during a recreation activity at a public facility, it is important to talk to a personal injury attorney as soon as possible after the accident. Your damages sustained in the accident could be the fault of the facility. The sooner you have an attorney involved, the more complete the investigation can be to establish responsibility and help you obtain compensation for your injuries. Meyerkord and Meyerkord, LLC, is a well-established St. Louis personal injury law firm with a century of combined legal experience representing Missouri residents and individuals across the country. When Meyerkord and Meyerkord, LLC, represents you after a recreational accident, you can be sure you have the best on your side. Contact a trusted personal injury attorneys today to learn more about your rights and legal option.


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