San Jose Dangerous Road Lawyers
Injured on a hazardous roadway? Call (800) 900-0863!
At Caputo & Van Der Walde LLP, our
San Jose car accident attorneys have the determination, skill, and experience to represent even the most
challenging dangerous road case. If you or a loved one has been involved
in an auto accident as the result of a dangerous road in Northern California,
please contact our experienced personal injury lawyer for a
free consultation on your car accident case.
As an automobile driver, you should not have to worry about your safety
while traveling on public roads. Throughout the state, all roads, bridges,
and highways are continually under construction, which poses many safety
hazards to drivers, including people who travel daily to and from work.
The following are examples of hazardous roadway situations that may cause
serious vehicle accidents and physical injuries:
- Construction zones
- Dangerous road conditions
- Debris in the road
- Inadequate lighting
- Pavement hazards
- Poor road design
- Shoulder drops
- Unsafe guardrails
Schedule your free case evaluation today! Call (800) 900-0863.
How can Caputo & Van Der Walde LLP help me seek compensation?
Road safety hazards may influence the way a vehicle handles and can put
drivers and passengers at risk for auto accidents and severe injuries.
Some injuries that may result from hazardous roadway accidents include
head and neck injuries, whiplash, broken bones, internal organ damage,
It is the responsibility of the California Department of Transportation
to keep California roads properly maintained and safe for all drivers.
They perform structure and road inspections and reviews, as well as make
any necessary improvements that will increase the safety and effectiveness
of the roads. Road defects and dangerous highways result in thousands
of vehicle accidents each year.
If you or a loved one has been the victim of a dangerous road accident, please
contact our San Jose personal injury attorneys at Caputo & Van Der Walde LLP to discuss your dangerous road case.