Wisconsin Attorneys Representing Those Injured by Faulty Road Construction
State laws regarding road defects and road construction are especially important in Wisconsin, where locals joke that we only have two seasons: winter and construction. Unfortunately, all over Wisconsin people are hurt every year due to faulty road construction, street defects, improper and confusing signage, and faulty lane configurations. If you’ve been injured due to a road defect or fault road construction, you should consider hiring an experienced personal injury attorney to help you recover damages.
Road construction accidents due to negligence of construction contractors are more common than you might think. For instance, it is not uncommon for construction workers to neglect filling in large potholes until a particular time of the year. In the meantime, drivers have to cope with potholes. Just one tire blow out can result in serious injury and vehicle damage.
Likewise, poor construction signage is confusing and regularly causes accidents throughout the city. Injuries caused by road construction situations like these are common, and victims are often entitled to compensation for their suffering.
Free Consultation from Milwaukee Attorney for Road Defects Injury Victims
If you or a loved one has suffered an injury in a road construction accident, call the road injury lawyers at Gebhard Law Office in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Karl Gebhard is an accomplished personal injury attorney who thoroughly understands Wisconsin’s road defect laws, and he is committed to getting his clients the compensation they deserve to cover medical bills, lost earnings, disability, pain and suffering, and any other hardship that may be due to a road construction accident.
Call Gebhard Law Office at 414-873-6550 for a free consultation or to schedule an appointment concerning your faulty road accident claim. Milwaukee road injury lawyer Karl Gebhard offers his services throughout Milwaukee, Wisconsin and the surrounding areas. All services are offered on a contingency basis, so you only pay if you win.