Accidents Due To Poor Highway Design

California's roadways are made according to strict standards. The use of blind intersections, sharp curves and other potentially hazardous road elements are all regulated to help protect the public. When the state fails to adhere to these standards, serious car accidents can result.

If you have been hurt in an accident caused by poor highway design, you may have a right to seek compensation from the state. At Spencer & Associates, we will help you move forward with your personal injury claim, providing straightforward advice and personal attention throughout the entire process.

Tackling The Tough Cases

Highway design cases can be very complex. The California Department of Transportation fights vigorously against these cases, and they have unlimited resources with which to mount a defense. Given these challenges, it is important that you seek out a lawyer who has experience in poor highway design litigation.

Backed by more than 25 years of experience, attorney Richard Spencer has the resources and the skills to pursue highway design cases from start to finish. Our firm knows what to look for in a highway design accident, and we know how to present your case to the government.

Our firm has established a robust network of highway design experts and accident reconstructionists who can give us the benefit of their professional opinion. Often, these expert witnesses can provide valuable insights into the design factors that contributed to your accident.

Holding The Government Accountable

Highway design cases do more than compensate you for your losses. They also act as a strong incentive for the government to fix the dangerous conditions they have created. By pursuing a personal injury claim, you can help prevent further accidents on the hazardous roadway.

To schedule a free consultation with our Woodland Hills law firm, send us an email or call 818-264-4776. Evening and weekend appointments are available upon request. Our services come at no risk to you: we collect no fees unless we win your case.