Defective Roadway – DOT Lawsuit Claims Lawyer
The State Department of Transportation (DOT) bears the responsibility of making sure Georgia roads are safe for all commuters. Every traveler who moves by car, motorcycle, commercial truck, public transportation, bicycle or foot should expect roads and adjacent walkways to be kept as safe as possible. If you have been injured in a truck, auto, motorcycle or pedestrian accident, and you suspect the DOT may be liable, call right away to book a consult with Henry County personal injury lawyer Darrell T. Farr. He will be glad to review your case and advise you of your legal options.
The Georgia DOT is constantly repairing existing roadways throughout our busy state. Commuters do not have to travel far before encountering some form of road construction or repair work. These areas are surrounded by warning signs and barriers to keep workers safe and travelers from entering actual work zones. Often, commuters must travel over rough, partially completed surfaces. If a defective or unsafe roadway is the cause of an accident, the DOT can be held liable for any injuries.
Georgia Representation for Unsafe Roads Claims
The Law Office of Darrell T. Farr knows the important details to investigate in an accident where the DOT may be responsible and will ask the questions that have a bearing on your personal injury claim. Construction materials, road surfaces, potholes, signage and other related factors are all vital information needed when determining liability for an injury accident. The history of the area of the road in question can even have a bearing on the outcome of your case. Mr. Farr has the years of experience that allow him to thoroughly collect and prepare evidence in order to aggressively pursue your claim.
If you were involved in an accident and suffered an injury and you believe DOT negligence, in the form of a defective roadway, may have caused the accident, contact personal injury lawyer Darrell T. Farr in Henry County. He will provide a confidential review of your possible claim.