Madison Construction Site Negligence Lawyers
Whenever drivers approach construction zones, they are usually bombarded with high-visibility warning signs telling them about the nearby presence of construction workers. This is done to help protect workers from the dangers of moving traffic, which can often be rushing by at speeds that, even though reduced, would make split-second adjustments difficult. While this illustrates the dangers for construction workers, it does not reflect the dangers of construction worker negligence that can seriously injure motorists.
For a free consultation concerning your legal rights as injury victim, contact the construction site negligence attorneys of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ®, at 800-242-2874 today.
Types of Construction Site Negligence
There are some unique circumstances construction workers must face while working on a highway. In particular, the job site is not nearly as neatly contained as other work sites, given that road crews are often working one or two lanes away from moving traffic. With this in mind, work crews need to be especially careful while completing road construction work. Issues that may arise if a road construction crew acts negligently may include:
- Tire damage from discarded materials
- Tire damage from misplaced tools
- Collision damage from construction vehicles
- Collision damage from negligent workers
- Vehicle damage from flying or falling debris
The kinds of damages that can occur due to accidents caused by construction negligence can prove very serious to motorists, resulting in significant injuries or even a loss of life.
When a construction crew works on a highway, the workers have a duty to keep their operations safe for motorists passing by the site. If you have been injured because of a negligent road worker, contact the Madison auto accident lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ®, today by calling 800-242-2874.