Construction Zone Accidents
Many major accidents and serious injuries occur in construction zones throughout Missouri. Construction zones are typically well marked with signs and warnings, but many drivers fail to abide by slower speed limits, drive distracted or they engage in unsafe driving behavior on uneven roads. If you or a loved one was seriously injured in a construction zone car accident, speak to an experienced St. Charles personal injury lawyer immediately.
When you suffer a life-changing injury that prevents you from working, you need an attorney who will give your case the personalized attention it deserves. At Weber Law Firm, L.C., we have more than 10 years of legal experience and we provide each client with hands-on, one-on-one representation. We work hard to instill a feeling of confidence in our clients and are always available to address any questions or concerns that might arise. Our goal is to resolve your case quickly and efficiently, while maximizing the compensation to which you are entitled.
Contact our St. Peters car accident injury office online today. You may also call our firm at 636-487-4139 to schedule a free initial consultation.
We accept all personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis. If we do not recover a settlement or an award, you do not pay.
Common Causes of Construction Zone Accidents
Most motorists believe that the people at the most risk in construction zones are the construction workers themselves. However, statistics show that the vast majority of injuries suffered in construction zones are car, truck and motorcycle drivers. These accidents and injuries are commonly caused by:
- Speeding or the inability to judge another motorist’s speed
- Distracted driving, including texting while driving
- Uneven roadways or construction debris
- Following too closely
- Ignoring warnings or construction zone instructions
Additionally, you might be entitled to recover against multiple parties. Weber Law Firm, L.C., will investigate all potential avenues for recovery, including recovery from other motorists, sign companies, construction contractors and even your city or state.