Hazardous Roads

Hazardous Roads in New Hampshire

Manchester NH Accidents and Hazardous Road Conditions

The dangers of motorcycle riding are clear. But what happens when a hazardous road in New Hampshire threatens the safety of motorcyclists and the drivers around them? Hazardous road accidents can pose a real threat to those who choose this increasingly popular mode of transportation – and can cause significant injury or even death for their victims. Read on for more information about hazardous road accidents and your rights:

Hazardous roadways can arise from a number of scenarios. Sometimes construction leaves roads covered in trash, torn up, or lacking certain vital road signs. Poorly maintained roads can suffer from potholes, broken railings, or obscured paint that does not give drivers proper information about the roadway. Poorly designed roads might have dangerous curves or present unexpected threats. In each case, a motorcyclist is put at risk by a road that should be safe to drive on.

Though motorcyclists are expected to operate their vehicles safely at all times, hazardous road accidents can and do happen. When these accidents are caused by the failure of a state or municipality to properly maintain or mark their roads, the victim can sue for monetary compensation related to the costs of treatment, future medical care, lost wages, and more. This can be extremely important for motorcyclists, who face a significantly higher risk of injuries such as broken bones, lacerations, disfigurement, burns, paralysis, brain injury, and even death during hazardous road accidents.

Contact an Experienced New Hampshire Motorcycle Attorney

What can you do if you’ve been injured? Get in touch with a reputable, responsible personal injury attorney with experience in hazardous road accidents and motorcycle law. At Tenn And Tenn, P.A., we understand the law thoroughly, and our office has the resources it takes to properly investigate, collect evidence, and construct a legal strategy for your case. And we do so with proven results – our long track record of happy clients has earned us one of the best reputations in the business.

Have you been injured due to a dangerous roadway? Don’t let others get away with endangering cyclists on hazardous roads. Your time to file a hazardous road accident lawsuit could be limited by law. Contact an experienced New Hampshire motorcycle accident lawyer at Tenn And Tenn, P.A. immediately to help protect your rights. 

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