Kansas City, Missouri Attorneys for Dangerous-Roadway Claims

Dangerous-Highway Accidents, Injury and Death

Many catastrophic car, motorcycle, and trucking accidents are caused by dangerous highway conditions such as inadequate signage, failed maintenance, or unmarked construction zones. If you or a loved one have suffered injuries resulting from dangerous road conditions, it is critical that a dedicated legal team protects your rights. The attorneys at The Redfearn Law Firm can begin an immediate investigation into your case.

Most accidents happen so quickly that it is difficult to know the exact cause. Putting together the scene of the accident and reconstructing the events becomes the job of numerous professionals and your attorney. At The Redfearn Law Firm we work with top experts in the field to assert your rights and ensure that you story is properly conveyed and heard by a jury.

We are experienced in cases of dangerous highway accidents involving:

  • Inadequate sight distance warning;

  • Inadequate warnings in construction zones;

  • Injuries to construction site workers;

  • Inadequate signage;

  • Drop-offs and shoulder accidents;

  • Pooling water and improper drainage; and

  • Inadequate guardrails.

Our attorneys are experienced in complex litigation and can take on cases of dangerous highway conditions against contractors or the highway department.

When you and your family are faced with litigation involving dangerous driving conditions, our attorneys can assert your rights to recover for medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, or wrongful death. We have the legal knowledge, the practical experience, and the tenacity to successfully resolve claims against negligent parties and insurance carriers.

Contact us for a free consultation with an experienced Kansas City area lawyer. We can assert your rights to recover fair compensation for your legal claims.

Past results afford no guarantee of future results. Every case is different and must be judged on its own merits. Missouri Supreme Court Rule 4-7.1.