Poor Road Conditions

Poor or Dangerous Road Conditions

A Phoenix Accident Lawyer Can Help!

Drivers are required to operate their vehicles in a manner that is safe for the road conditions, but bad road conditions can still cause a dangerous accident if they cause something on a vehicle to break. A tire suddenly blowing out or going flat due to an unrepaired or unindicated pothole can cause a driver to lose control of their vehicle, and loss of control can be potentially devastating.

If you think you may have a case, a Phoenix car accident attorney may be able to help you. Attorney Brandon Rafi of the Rafi Law Group is an experienced and knowledgeable lawyer who can analyze all of the evidence of your case to help you determine whether or not you are eligible to pursue compensation. Attorney Rafi provides high-quality legal representation and advocacy in both English and Spanish to residents of the Phoenix area, and diligently pursues your best interests through an aggressive style of litigation and detailed familiarity with auto accident personal injury law.

Get legal representation from the Rafi Law Group! Call us today to schedule your free consultation by dialing (623) 207-1555.

Bad Roads Make Driving Unsafe

Despite the numerous advances in safety and operating comfort that modern cars can provide, a poorly-maintained road can still cause a number of problems that lead to accidents and injuries. It is up to the driver of a vehicle to operate their vehicle in a way that is safe for the road, but those responsible for maintaining roads also must do their due diligence to protect those who will be traveling on these roads by removing obstacles, repairing major problems, and properly indicating safety hazards.

Bad road conditions can include:

  • Large potholes
  • Crumbling asphalt
  • Large cracks
  • Extended tree roots
  • Fallen trees, rocks, or other obstacles
  • Unindicated ice or water flow
  • Faded or missing safety devices (lines, signs, etc.)

Don’t wait; contact Rafi Law Group after your car accident!