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Dangerous Roadways

HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS CAUSED BY NEGLIGENCE

Road Authorities (City, Region or Province) are required to maintain roads and highways so they are suitable for motor vehicles to traverse and in a state of repair. Examples of possible state of disrepair include:

  • Negligent road maintenance
  • Accumulation of Snow
  • Formation of Ice
  • Two-graded shoulder drop offs
  • Improperly demarcated road lines
  • Absence of proper signals and road signs
  • Excessive debris
  • Obstructions to visibility – such as overgrowth of shrubs

Such hazards could amount to negligence on the part of the Road Authority for failing to ensure safe roadways. At Virk Personal Injury Law, we have an excellent understanding of the regulations such as the Minimum Maintenance Standards that are to be followed to ensure safe roadways. To build the strongest case, we will further reach out to the appropriate experts such as accident reconstructionist with a speciality in road design and health care professionals in order to gather all the necessary evidence to obtain maximum compensation for your damages.

WE GET YOU IMMEDIATE HELP

Even if the accident did not involve another vehicle, you may be entitled to compensation. If you lost control of your vehicle due to a dangerous roadway, you can still recover no-fault accident benefits and compensation through your own insurance policy to help cover the costs of incurred expenses as a result of the accident. We will work hard to obtain all benefits to which you are entitled to take care of your immediate and long-term needs which may include:

OUR KNOWLEDGE IS CRITICAL TO YOUR SUCCESS

At Virk Personal Injury Law we understand the significant impact that serious personal injuries can have on your life and your family. If there is negligence against the road authority, we can help you recover compensation for:

  • Pain and suffering damages (for loss of your enjoyment of life)
  • Loss of future earnings (financial loss due to the inability to work, reduced earning capacity and loss of future opportunity)
  • Future care costs (medical care, rehabilitation and other future costs including nursing or attendant care beyond what is available from accident benefits)
  • Housekeeping and Homemaking Services
  • Compensation for family members affected by your injuries (for cost of services you provided and the loss of care, guidance and companionship they have suffered)

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