Rogersville Dangerous Roads Lawyer
All Roads Are Not Safe In Tennessee
Sometimes, it’s difficult to know the true cause of a car accident. While a negligent driver may be to blame, a wreck may have been caused by more than just a driver’s actions.
If you have been hurt in a motor vehicle wreck, it is critical to work with an attorney who can investigate the true causes — and hold the right parties responsible.
Call (423) 418-8469 or contact us online to learn more during a free consultation.
Experienced Help In East Tennessee
At the Stapleton Law Office, we conduct thorough investigations in each case we handle. We visit the scene of the accident, read police reports, interview witnesses and often consult with highly regarded experts. These include accident reconstructionists, engineers and health care experts.
Our work often reveals other factors that are critical to your case such as dangerous road conditions. We hold municipalities, cities, contractors, engineers and other parties accountable for the dangerous roads they created.
There are many ways that Tennessee roads can be dangerous:
- Dangerous intersection design
- Unmarked construction zones
- Improper installation of red lights
- Inclines on hills that are too steep
- Dangerous curves
Builders must follow strict laws on road design. Federal and state governments create these laws, and they are very detailed. They include standards for signs, signal and pavement markings in the United States.
The state of Tennessee, local counties and local cities can be held responsible for the dangerous conditions they create by their poorly designed streets and highways.
Contact Us For Help From Johnson City To Morristown
The best way to find out if a dangerous road caused your car accident is to speak with an attorney regarding defective highway design. Often, a thorough investigation makes it very clear that the proper standards were not followed.
To talk with trial lawyer Mark Stapleton or one of our office staff in Rogersville, contact the Stapleton Law Office by calling (423) 418-8469 or by completing our online contact form.