Accidents Resulting From Dangerous Roadway Or Weather Conditions
The U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) runs the Road Weather Management Program, through which it measures how weather events impact roads across the United States. The current statistics are based on 14-year averages from 1995 to 2008. On average, 24 percent of annual crashes are weather-related. These accidents can occur in rain, sleet, snow, fog or other adverse conditions.
Mountain State drivers are not strangers to driving in terrible road conditions. Unfortunately, this does not lessen the impact that weather has on road safety. If you were in an accident where the weather was a factor, contact a dangerous road accident attorney at our firm.
The Bowers Law Firm maintains offices in western Wyoming, eastern Idaho and northern Utah. We understand the dramatic impact that a serious car accident can have on individuals. People might lose the ability to work and incur enormous medical bill debt while fighting to get healthy. Our firm can work with the insurance company to ensure you recover the monetary compensation you are owed.
Attorneys Handling Weather-Related Auto Accidents In Wyoming, Idaho And Utah
Weather-related accidents are common for many months of the year. Numerous factors can lead to road accidents, including:
- Snowy roads
- Icy roads
- Decreased visibility due to snow, rain or fog
- Mountain passes
- Narrow two-lane roads
- Rock slides and mud slides
- Debris on the road
Whether your accident occurred on I-80, I-84 or I-15, do not hesitate to schedule a free consultation with a lawyer at any of our regional offices. We will listen to the facts of your case and provide you with an honest assessment of your legal options for monetary compensation.
Contact Our Firm
When you need a motor vehicle accident attorney who will take your legal problems seriously and move aggressively on your behalf, contact the Bowers Law Firm right away for a free consultation. We will dedicate our efforts to achieving the best possible outcome for you and your family. Call toll-free 833-733-5646 or send us an email.