Guardrails are an essential safety feature on some roads, especially on elevated roads when there is a steep drop on either side or shoulder or where the surrounding road features on either side of a road present some sort of danger to a driver. Because guardrails are such an essential safety feature on many roads, we must hold our municipal agencies responsible for ensuring that they are properly in place, maintained, and is necessary areas. The failure to put a guardrail up where appropriate can mean serious injury or even death for drivers and the responsible municipal agency should be held accountable for their part in causing the accident.
If you have been in an accident caused by a lack of guardrails, you should seek to hold the municipal agency responsible for the damages their negligence has caused. Contact a Waukesha lack of guardrails lawyer of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C.® today at (800) 242-2874 to discuss your case today and how to pursue compensation and justice for the harm that has been done to you.
Guardrails are designed to be both a visual cue and physical deterrent of certain types of accidents and their repercussions. They prevent people from veering off the road by signifying an edge to the roadway, but are also built to physically withstand the force of a car crash, in the case that a person does go off the road. Without guardrails, drivers are in danger of
Guardrails both help prevent accidents all together and prevent the accidents that do occur from being especially damaging.
Municipal agencies have a responsibility to construct safe roads for the public, which includes providing guardrails where needed. If a municipal agency has failed to put up a guardrail and you’ve been injured as a result, contact a Waukesha lack of guardrail attorney of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C.® at (800) 242-2874 today to discuss how we might be able to help you recover financial compensation from your accident.