The Dangers Of Poor Road Design
When we think of the causes of motor vehicle accidents, our minds often travel to distracted driving, drunk driving and other types of driver negligence. Oftentimes, however, the cause of the accident lies in the very design of the street or road itself.
Poor design causes dangerous streets and highways, which in turn can lead to serious injuries and even wrongful death. If you or someone close to you has been injured in a motor vehicle accident and you think that road design or any other type of negligence may be to blame, the attorneys at Nguyen Lawyers, ALC, are here to stand up for your rights. We have extensive experience handling auto accident claims in Long Beach and throughout California.
What Caused This Accident?
In handling car accident claims, we must carefully consider all potential causes so that our clients can pursue compensation from all available sources. Evidence of poor road design may be difficult to uncover, which is why it is important to work with an attorney with skill and strong investigative resources.
Accident scenarios involving dangerous streets and poor road design include:
- A vehicle crossing a poorly designed median
- A vehicle going into a ditch due to an inadequate shoulder
- A head-on collision due to unmarked passing lanes
In some cases, a car accident is the result of negligence on the part of more than one party. As personal injury lawyers, it is our responsibility to identify all liable parties, including public entities responsible for road design and construction. We are committed to helping you obtain maximum compensation for the losses you have suffered due to a car, truck or motorcycle accident in California.
Talk With An Attorney Who Can Protect Your Rights
The sooner you speak with one of our Long Beach car accident attorneys, the sooner we can begin helping you pursue the compensation you deserve. To arrange a free initial consultation with one of our lawyers, contact us online or by telephone at 562-283-5415 or toll-free at 855NGUYENL.