Confusing Construction on Las Vegas Roadways
January 10, 2013
Tourists in Las Vegas, as well as area residents, can often be confused by the construction that always seems to be present on area roadways. Unfortunately, when drivers are not properly warned of upcoming construction, closures, or shifting of lanes, or uneven road surfaces, an accident can result. If you have been injured in a collision that you think could have been caused by insufficient construction warnings, consulting with a Las Vegas accident lawyer can inform you of your legal options in pursuing any compensation to which you could be entitled.
Many times, when an accident occurs for which we know that we were not at fault, we are quick to look to blame the other driver. However, there are instances in which the other driver also bears no liability for the accident. That does not mean, though, that you will be unable to pursue compensation because often in such instances, a third party is responsible in some way for the accident. That would be the case if drivers were not adequately warned of upcoming construction or other roadway dangers, for example. In such accidents, while the other driver may not be liable, the city or construction company or other party might be.
The most reliable way of determining who might be liable for the injuries you have sustained is to consult with a Las Vegas accident lawyer at the Law Offices of Lawlor Winston White & Murphey. Your accident lawyer will review your case and investigate your accident to determine all liable parties and will then assist you in your efforts to obtain whatever remuneration for which you might be eligible.
If you have suffered injuries in an auto accident, a Las Vegas accident lawyer with Lawlor Winston White & Murphey can help you get the compensation you need. Your compassionate attorney will vigorously pursue all of the benefits to which you are entitled. Visit our website today at www.lawlorwinston.com/content/las-vegas-nevada-personal-injury-accident-law-firm-serving-las-vegas-and-clark-county or call our offices at 702.659.9500 or toll-free 877.267.6022 to schedule a free consultation to discuss your case. If you’re concerned that you can’t afford the services of a personal injury attorney, rest assured that we work on a contingency basis—you don’t pay us until you receive compensation from any insurance companies involved.