Road and highway construction often makes road usage difficult for motorists. When accidents occur around road work zones, it’s usually due to one or more of the following:
The Federal Highway Administration issued a manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices, which dictates how flashers, cones and signs should to be used to prevent work zone accidents. However, research shows that companies and subcontractors rarely adhere completely to the rules as stated in the manual.
Accidents in work zones are often high-speed rear-end collisions. Additionally, road workers are often victims of pedestrian accidents. It’s also not uncommon for multi-car accidents to take place in a work zone. Regardless of the circumstances or your role in the accident, you should consult an experienced personal injury lawyer to comprehensively understand your compensation rights.
Don’t trust just anyone to make you whole. The Haug Barron Law Group takes the responsibility of fighting for your rights seriously, and you can rest assured that you will be fiercely represented.
Our lawyers have tried countless truck and car accident cases before juries. We take pride in preparing each case as if it is going to trial. For more information regarding our law office or to schedule a case review with one of our experienced personal injury attorneys free of charge, contact us online or call our office at 844-428-4529.
When circumstances dictate, we can arrange to meet after working hours or on the weekend. In situations where you or the accident victim is unable to come to our office, we are happy to come to you whether at home or in the hospital.
We look forward to hearing from you.