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Springfield Construction Zone Accident Attorney

Accidents in construction zones on an interstate, highway or another type of roadway are all too common. The dangers to drivers are nearly endless: stop-and-go traffic, difficulty seeing at night, improper signage, construction vehicles and equipment in the road, and drivers who are not paying enough attention to these dangers.

At Kanoski Bresney, we represent people injured in construction zone accidents, as well as the families of construction zone wrongful death victims. Our Springfield accident lawyers have over 40 years of experience with all types of construction zone accidents, meaning we know how to pursue the maximum compensation for you. For a free consultation with our Springfield construction zone accident lawyers, please call (217) 523-7742, or contact us online.

What are the Most Common Causes Of Construction Zone Accidents?

Many factors can contribute to a car accident in a highway construction zone. Some of the most common causes include:

  • Speeding
  • Distracted driving
  • Merging
  • Failure to regard temporary traffic signs
  • Failure to provide adequate signage
  • Failure to be aware of workers and construction vehicles/equipment
  • Construction debris in the road
  • Steep shoulder drop-offs

If your construction zone collision is caused by another driver and the negligence of the construction company, you may be able to collect damages from multiple parties. Speak with a construction zone accident attorney to learn more.

Why Contact Our Springfield Attorneys

Depending on the severity of your accident, you may need compensation for medical bills, long-term care, present and future lost income, pain and suffering, funeral expenses and monthly bills. Our Springfield construction zone accident attorneys have the experience to fight for full and fair compensation for you and your family.

We have offices in Bloomington, Champaign, Decatur, Macomb, Pekin, Quincy, Rushville and Springfield.