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New Haven Road Construction Accidents Lawyers

Road construction sites must be properly managed in order to ensure the safety of those driving by. Failure to display warning signs, to block off the site or to adequately divert traffic around the site could lead to a motor vehicle accident, or cause an accident to be worse than it needed to be.

In these cases, the construction company may be held accountable for damages. Similarly, if an accident was caused by a bulldozer, front-end loader or any other construction vehicle moving into traffic or sending construction materials or debris into traffic, the construction company may be liable.

In New Haven and throughout Connecticut, victims of road construction accidents can turn to Mills Law Firm, LLC, for help. Since 1992, our New Haven road construction accidents attorneys have pursued justice and compensation in these and all other types of auto accidents. Contact us today.

Taking On Highway Construction Companies

These cases can be complex. It is possible that legal action may be taken against another driver and a construction company, depending on the scenario. A lawyer may need to balance multiple personal injury lawsuits.

Even if the case is against a construction company alone, choosing a lawyer who will take an aggressive stance is important. There may be technical evidence at play. Experts may need to be called in to explain how road construction sites should be properly set up, how traffic should be diverted and more. We have access to these experts, and we have the knowledge that comes with more than 35 years of collective experience handling these cases.

Contact Our Connecticut Construction Zone Accident Attorneys

Mills Law Firm, LLC, is ready to fight for your rights. Call us at 866-603-7532 to schedule a free consultation to discuss your options. Cases are taken on a contingency fee basis, meaning you pay no attorney fees unless we recover damages for you. Our lawyers travel to serve clients throughout Connecticut. Attorney referrals are welcome.