Posted on behalf of Phillips Law Group on Jul 31, 2015 in Auto Accidents
Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for poor road design to contribute to car accidents. If you or a loved one has been a victim of a car accident due to unsafe road conditions, our skilled Phoenix personal injury attorneys at Phillips Law in Utah, Arizona, California and New Mexico can help get the compensation you deserve. Our experienced lawyers support our clients by fully investigating the negligence involved in poor road design, and have a thorough knowledge of roadway liability laws.
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Did you know that your local, state or federal agency has a responsibility to properly maintain roadways? If a particular roadway poses an unreasonable danger, the given agency must respond in a timely manner and repair the damage. Sometimes this does not happen, and tragically, car accidents can result.
The U.S. Department of Transportation and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration published an extensive report for Congress in 2008 that surveyed the major causes of motor vehicle crashes. The report stated that, Any adverse roadway condition is likely to increase the crash risk. In this study, a significant percentage of motor vehicle crashes were attributed to at least one poor roadway condition.
The most common roadway conditions that can lead to an accident included:
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