Collisions in Construction Zones

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Construction zones are a common sight on our nation's roadways. However, when those performing the road construction do not comply with state and federal safety rules and regulations, innocent motorists and passengers can be injured while driving through and around construction zones. If you have been injured in a construction zone accident, you may be able to obtain compensation for your losses. Indianapolis auto accident attorneys at Doehrman Buba have more than 50 years of experience handling motor vehicle accident cases, and we are prepared to stand up for your rights if you are hurt in a construction zone car accident.

Liability in a Construction Zone Vehicle Accident

Depending on the circumstances of your construction zone accident, the construction contractor, the state of Indiana, a product manufacturer, or another driver may be responsible for your injuries. We will pursue all sources of compensation from those responsible for your injuries to help you obtain maximum relief for the damages that you have suffered.

Common causes of construction zone accidents include:

  • Improper warnings
  • Equipment left on the road
  • Defective roadways, including road shoulder drop offs
  • Collisions with construction vehicles

A collision in a construction zone can leave an accident victim with serious injuries that require extensive medical care, loss of time from work, physical pain, and mental anguish. An experienced Indianapolis car accident attorney can help victims obtain the compensation they need to cover present and future damages caused by the injuries they have sustained.

Contact an Indianapolis Auto Accident Attorney Today

If you or someone close to you has suffered a serious injury as a result of a collision in a construction zone, we are here to help. Contact us today for a free consultation.

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