Our nation’s roadways allow Americans to travel all over this great country, from Northeastern Maine to Southern California or from Washington State to the Florida Keys. Wherever your destination, you depend on highways, interstates, and roads to safely get where you’re going. After all, you’re probably more concerned about the dangers caused by drivers on the road with you—not hazards caused by the road itself.
Types of Highway Defect Lawsuits
An oversight in the design or construction of a highway can have catastrophic results for drivers and their passengers. Victims of highway auto accident injuries are often in dire need of compensation for medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering. That’s where the Alabama car accident lawyers at Cory Watson Attorneys come in.
We have experience handling cases involving:
- Highway shoulder drop-off
- Highway bridge design
- Highway construction zone accidents
- Roadway maintenance
- Road surface and paving materials
- Gas station construction
- Wall and floor collapses during construction
- Utility maintenance and construction
- Storm drainage system defects
- Parking lot design
- Construction site safety
Helping You Through Every Step
Highway design is a complex issue. Our lawyers are experienced with these types of cases and want to help if you were injured due to a defective highway design or construction defect. It’s our goal to handle all the hassle on your behalf, so you can focus on getting your life back. Call today to learn how we can help you with your injury claim.
Get a Free Case Review Today
If you were injured by a defective or poorly planned road or highway, it’s easy to get the help you need. The personal injury lawyers at Cory Watson Attorneys are ready to fight for you. Pick up the phone and call us at (877) 562-0000 or fill out our free initial consultation form. It takes just minutes to fill out our short web form and the initial conversation is free.
As a leading national injury law firm, we serve clients throughout the United States as well as throughout the State of Alabama, including Birmingham and Blount, Jefferson, Shelby, Tuscaloosa, and Walker counties. No matter where you are, we’re here to help—24 hours a day, 7 days a week.