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Injured In A Kansas City Work Zone?

Roadway work zones can foster dangerous situations for both the crews on the job and the drivers around them. Should any accident occur, determining liability and ensuring that the victim receives just compensation is a highly complex process that is often contested by many parties.

At Mayer & Associates, P.C., our Kansas City car accident attorney has more than 25 years of experience, and we are prepared to handle motor vehicle accidents of all kinds throughout Kansas and Missouri.

We proudly represent both injured construction workers and motorists. Call us today at 816-692-2877 for a free consultation.

Providing Counsel For Injured Motorists

A thorough and efficient investigation is required to determine who may have been at fault in these types of accidents. Some instances that suggest liability on the part of the construction team include:

  • Inadequate warning signs
  • Speeding
  • Gravel or other debris spilled at the worksite
  • Unsafe conditions such as holes or drop-offs

We often find that there is more than one responsible party in these cases. Our team is willing to put in the necessary work to maximize the amount of compensation you pursue to cover lost wages, medical bills and other damages.

Representing Road Construction Workers Injured On The Job

Regardless of fault, if you were injured on the job site, you are entitled to workers’ compensation benefits. If the injury came about due to a driver’s negligence, you may have access to further compensation.

If you sustained a significant injury, the benefits from workers’ compensation may not be sufficient to support all of your needs. It is critical that you speak to our Kansas City work zone accident lawyers as quickly as possible in order to get your full compensation.

Call our team today at 816-692-2877 or use our online contact form to schedule a free initial consultation. We will review the facts of your case, answer your questions and recommend a course of action.