Uneven Pavement

Defects on a road can be a serious hazard for any driver. Uneven pavement, a type of damage that leaves the road without an even surface for all four wheels to drive on, can cause a driver to lose control of his or her vehicle, potentially leaving that driver in a position to be critically injured in a single- or multiple-vehicle accident. While uneven pavement often occurs due to the negligence of government authorities in regards to road upkeep, some pavement problems can be due to poor construction protocol. Oftentimes, road work on multiple lane streets will be performed one lane at a time, leaving the other lane on a different level until workers reconcile the height differences.

If uneven pavement caused you to lose control of your vehicle or undergo a similar dangerous traffic situation in which you were injured, you may be eligible to pursue a personal injury claim. Contact the Appleton personal injury attorneys of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ®, at 800-242-2874 for more information.

The Causes of Uneven Pavement

Most unchecked uneven pavement occurs due to natural causes, as the wear and tear of a constant flow of traffic can take its toll on any road. As such, uneven pavement can be caused by the following:

  • Fluctuating hot and cold environments
  • Precipitation, especially in the case of snow and ice
  • Heavy traffic
  • Road work and construction

In areas with especially hot summers and cold winters, municipalities should take extra care when it comes to road maintenance in order to protect the safety of innocent drivers.

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If municipal negligence has caused you to suffer injuries or has caused damages to your vehicle, you may be entitled to pursue legal action. Contact the Appleton personal injury lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ®, at 800-242-2874 to discuss the facts of your case.