Recovering Compensation For Construction Zone Accidents

Construction zones can be dangerous places for workers. However, these areas can also be dangerous for drivers. Potentially confusing signage combined with inattentive or distracted drivers can be a recipe for disaster. If you or a loved one has suffered a serious injury due to a construction zone accident, it is important to seek advice from an experienced lawyer as soon as possible.

Michael M. Calabro, Esq., is an Alpharetta-based attorney with more than 30 years of experience handling personal injury claims. He understands what it takes to build a strong case that is designed to help you recover maximum amount of compensation for your damages. To schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your case, call 678-987-8425.

Holding All Negligent Parties Accountable

Distracted driving is a serious problem in construction zones. Inattentive drivers may find themselves driving on the wrong side of construction barriers or traveling at unsafe speeds. This can result in serious car accidents and catastrophic injuries.

In other cases, confusing road work signs may play a role in an accident, or poor maintenance of a work zone may lead to a car wreck.

Mr. Calabro will thoroughly investigate the details of your accident to determine whether a driver acted negligently, whether the party responsible for the construction is to blame or whether a combination of negligent parties played a role in the accident. He will work hard to ensure that all relevant parties are held accountable to help you recover the full and fair compensation you deserve.

Contact A Georgia Attorney If You Have Suffered An Auto Accident Injury

Mr. Calabro is committed to providing accessible legal services to clients throughout the Greater Atlanta area. With remote office access throughout the area, he can arrange to meet with clients in convenient locations outside of Alpharetta. Call 678-987-8425 or contact Mr. Calabro by email to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your options.