And, more importantly, do you really know WHY you get injured! We know the basics. Inadequate shoes will lead to injuries. Dehydration can also contribute. 'Too much-too soon' is also a culprit. Running hard before you get strong enough will also hurt you. And the thing is, if you don't know why you get injured, you will get injured again.
But what about running form (correct running technique)? Many new runners simply shuffle along and/or overstride, while leaning forward, not only wasting their energy but also creating more pressure on their knees (amongst other parts of the body).
Check out YouTube. Type in correct running form and see what's there, it's an eye opener. You can end up running faster with more energy and looking totally cool. And you can minimise the risk of unnecessary injuries.