Champaign Municipal Negligence Attorneys
Driving on a poorly maintained highway can be a physically jarring and psychologically distressing experience. Unfortunately, a badly designed, constructed, or maintained road can also lead to significant damage, such as property loss or bodily injury from an accident. When local, state, or federal agencies are charged with roadway maintenance, they effectively become responsible for preserving the safety of all those who travel via their roadway, and thus cannot afford to fail in duties of upkeep.
If you have been involved in a motor vehicle accident caused by a municipal authority’s failure to attend to its highway-related responsibilities, the Champaign municipal negligence attorneys of Spiros Law, P.C., are here to help. We believe in holding government bodies accountable for the obligations they fail to keep. To learn how we can help you to pursue the financial compensation that you are due, contact us at (217) 328-2828.
Examples of Municipal Negligence
Where highways are concerned, dangerous municipal negligence can take many shapes, and include factors associated with everything from the initial construction process to ongoing maintenance. Some instances of municipal oversight include:
- Missing guardrails or other safeguards
- Lack of signs or other necessary warning signals
- Poor roadway design (sudden curves, steep inclines or descents)
- Potholes; rough/uneven road surfaces
- Unsecured/inadequately cleared construction sites
If you have been involved in an accident because of municipality’s failure to render highway upkeep, you may be able to recover financial compensation for medical bills, vehicle repairs, lost wages, and other damages. Let the compassionate Champaign highway municipal negligence lawyers of Spiros Law, P.C., assist you in this difficult time. Contact us by calling (217) 328-2828.