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St. Louis Veterans Concerned With Dangerous Crossing After Accident

St. Louis Veterans Concerned With Dangerous Crossing After Accident

St. Louis Veterans are alarmed and frustrated at the location of a V.A. Hospital and fear an accident will occur. Veterans have to cross a dangerous and busy street to enter the V.A. Hospital, at 915 North Grand Blvd. Veterans rely heavily on their medical benefits at the V.A. Hospital and report they are constantly having to cross North Grand because the parking lot cannot handle the flow of patients. Their concerns are not without warrant. According to police, an 81-year-old man was killed while crossing North Grand to get to the hospital on May 10. Many complain that the crosswalk light does not give pedestrians enough time to walk safely across the busy street. The St. Louis Street Department will investigate the fatal pedestrian accident; however they take no responsibility. They have agreed to look into lengthening the timed light to allow more time to cross the street.

If you or a loved one have been injured on what you think to be a dangerous road, a poorly designed crosswalk or a design flaw in a parking lot, then you may be entitled to compensation for the damages suffered. Attorneys at Meyerkord and Meyerkord, LLC, have a proven track record with arguing cases against problematic roadways. Our St. Louis auto accident attorneys have the skill and expertise to prove a dangerous road led to your injuries or losses. We will fight hard to make sure you receive the maximum compensation to cover all of your damages. Contact a caring and dedicated attorney from the family owned firm of Meyerkord and Meyerkord, LLC, for a free consultation today.


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