Dangerous Roads And Highways

Some accidents are not caused by you or the other driver, but by the roadway itself. Dangerous roads and highways can trigger an accident that can cause serious injuries or fatalities to people in multiple vehicles.

The attorneys of Daly Campbell know where to look for evidence of negligence that may have caused an accident that injured you. We represent clients injured due to many different types of dangerous road and highway conditions, including but not limited to:

  • Turns that were designed too tight
  • Inadequate signs or lack of necessary signs
  • Bad pavement, including pot holes
  • Missing, confusing or inadequate pavement markings
  • Inadequate lighting
  • Inadequate drainage
  • Poorly marked construction zones
  • Inadequate, missing or improperly placed roadway hardware, like guard rails or light posts
  • Bad sight lines
  • Defective design
  • Defective construction

The I-10 corridor is heavily traveled by 18-wheelers and other vehicles. It seems to be constantly under construction. We represent clients who were injured by dangerous conditions due to the wear and tear on the road, and by negligence related to highway construction and repair. For example, every construction project must have an approved maintenance of traffic (MOT) plan ? a plan for how and where to divert traffic during construction. If the plan is inadequate or improperly executed, it can cause accidents. The personal injury lawyers at Daly Campbell have the experience and awareness of these facets and the role they play in a potential settlement.

A Message from the Daly Campbell Law Firm:

We hope you and your loved ones have remained healthy and safe this year as we all wade through the Coronavirus pandemic together.

In lieu of in-person meetings, we are encouraging you to schedule a virtual meeting with us either online through our website or by telephone.

Both current clients and anyone in need of legal assistance can schedule a virtual meeting with us.   Once you schedule the meeting, all you have to do is follow the link we will email to you on either a smart phone or a computer with a microphone at the time you arranged the meeting.

If you need any assistance, please do not hesitate to call us at 281-488-1500.