Waukesha Uneven Pavement Lawyers
Uneven pavement often strikes motorists unexpectedly, causing them to at least partially lose control of their vehicle. Sudden dips in roadway height are often able to momentarily alter the course of a vehicle and a persistent unevenness in the road can create more dramatic problems. Although these conditions should either be fixed by local or state governments or marked off accordingly with a sign or traffic marker, it is common for road defects to go unnoticed for some time.
If you have been injured in an accident involving uneven pavement or any roadway defect, contact the Waukesha uneven pavement attorneys of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ®, today at 800-242-2874 for more information concerning your legal rights in this matter.
Damages From Uneven Pavement
Uneven pavement can develop under a number of different conditions. One of the largest problems for any road is the sheer traffic volume that runs over the surface. After years of use, a road can easily develop cracks or wear that may lead to further problems. Additionally, ice and snow, which fill in between these cracks and accelerate the deterioration process, can make any roadway defect significantly worse. The following are some possible consequences of uneven pavement:
- Tire blowout
- Uneven tire wear and wheel damage
- Loss of vehicular control
- Suspension damage
You should have a reasonable expectation that the roads and highways upon which you drive will be properly constructed and maintained. If that faith is violated, it is important that you hold the negligent parties responsible for your accident accountable for the harm that you have endured. Contact the Waukesha uneven pavement lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ®, at 800-242-2874.