Helping You Overcome Injuries From Construction Zone Accidents
Construction crews are legally forced to follow federal and state work zone guidelines. These guidelines are tried and tested methods of protecting the safety of crew members and motorists.
When work zones are set up in a way that deviates from protocol, supervisors can be held liable for property damage and any injuries to drivers or workers. That said, it is important to realize that these types of cases often present significant complicated layers of legal issues above typical personal injury cases. They may involve multiple suits — against an employee, the city, county, state or even a federal government agency.
Because of this complexity, it is important to partner with attorneys who command a total expertise in litigation.
Northern Virginia Highway Accident Attorneys
In more than three decades of practice, Gammon & Grange, P.C., has obtained millions of dollars for clients. The team is prepared to use its expertise to do everything possible to obtain compensation if you have been injured in a work zone due to:
- Equipment and debris blocking a traffic lane
- Inadequate warning signs
- Missing or poorly placed barriers
- Vague or misleading temporary road markings
For a confidential consultation and information on how the construction zone auto accident lawyers at Gammon & Grange, P.C., can put over 30 years of trial experience to work for you, including trucking accidents, call us at 703-873-7349, email us, or fill out the intake form on the Contact page. Discover how the firm earned its reputation for legal excellence and track record of success.