How to File for Lost Wages After an Accident in Ohio
Posted in: Car Accidents
KNR Legal Blog
Often, the beginning of summer coincides with the start of road construction. Once the weather warms up, you may start noticing an influx of orange cones lining highways and other streets. Navigating roadways under development can be tricky and often results in an increase in car crashes. If you are a resident in the Dayton area, you will most likely see an uptick in construction and possibly also in vehicle accidents. Those suffering injuries should turn to a Montgomery County car accident lawyer to help them seek damages for their medical bills and any damage to their property.
Our Dayton personal injury lawyers at Kisling, Nestico & Redick are available to assist you with your car accident. Call (937) 427-4048 to schedule a free, initial consultation.
Like many other areas, Montgomery County drivers will have to navigate around construction projects all summer. While the results should provide safer roadways, the current roadwork could make driving dangerous. Current major projects in the Dayton area include:
Road construction is difficult for drivers because it often requires them to navigate narrowed lanes, follow unfamiliar detours, and make sudden stops. If a driver is not paying attention, they can cause an accident or possibly even strike a construction worker. In fact, the U.S. Department of Transportation provided data that shows there were nearly 100,000 car accidents in work zones in 2015.
If you were hurt by someone who wasn’t practicing safe driving in a construction zone, you are entitled to seek damages for your injuries. Additionally, a construction worker who was hit by a vehicle may be permitted to file a third-party lawsuit against the driver for their injuries, even if they receive workers’ compensation benefits from their employer.
To discuss your case, you should call a car accident lawyer at Kisling, Nestico & Redick today. Our Montgomery County car accident lawyers can review your matter and help you decide how to proceed. To schedule a no-cost, initial overview of your case, contact (937) 427-4048.