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When Car Accidents Are Caused By Road Hazards Or Construction Work

Roads, intersections and highways need proper maintenance. This includes reasonable and proper signs and markings that are clearly visible. In addition, barriers and guardrails need to be installed when the conditions require them. If they are not, improper maintenance can allow for ice collection or the obstruction of drivers’ sightlines.

While the majority of auto accidents are due to negligent drivers, poor road conditions and obstacles in the roadway can also cause accidents. Poor work zone maintenance, badly designed roadways and dangerous physical debris can result in serious or even fatal injury.

If you were injured in an auto accident because of road conditions or negligence of road maintenance or construction crews, you may be able to pursue a civil suit against the proper municipal entity or construction contractor.

Let Our Legal Team Investigate

Pursuing a civil suit against a municipal entity or entities requires comprehensive knowledge and experience. With more than 30 years of experience, this is what we provide to clients.

Our attorneys are ready to bring the approach that has obtained tens of millions of dollars for clients to work on any road-related accident, including those involving:

  • Missing road signs
  • Poorly placed road signs
  • Unmaintained traffic signals
  • Unmarked sharp curves
  • Nonuniform pavement
  • Unexpected lane detours
  • Signs obscured by overgrowth
  • Oddly placed utility poles
  • Steep shoulder drop-offs
  • Missing guardrails or lane dividers
  • Poorly designed guardrails or lane dividers
  • Construction zones not clearly marked
  • Large potholes
  • Accumulating water, snow or ice

Find Out How We Can Help

Call Shelly Law Offices, LLC, at 267-454-6594 or 866-214-3323 toll-free, or contact us online to schedule your free consultation with our Doylestown lawyer about a construction zone or hazardous roadway accident.