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Over 60 Years In Queens County

Skilled Construction Zone Accident Lawyers

Though construction zones are common sights on roadways and highways throughout New York, drivers still do not take care when traveling through these areas, becoming a hazard to other drivers on the road. When accidents occur, victims can sustain a range of injuries, from broken bones to brain injuries to spinal cord injuries. Construction zone accidents are often fatal.

If you or a loved one has been involved in an accident that occurred in a construction zone, an experienced lawyer at Futterman, Sirotkin & Seinfeld, LLP, can help. Our New York firm has been handling car accident and other personal injury cases for more than 60 years. We pride ourselves on our dedication to clients, taking the time to get to know them and their situations so we can pursue a resolution that best suits their needs and goals. Contact us today to discuss your accident case during a free consultation.

Collisions With Other Cars In Construction Zones

Since construction zones often narrow the traffic lanes in order to facilitate the construction work, cars and trucks are required to navigate even more carefully. Unfortunately, not everyone slows down and is cautious. This can result in serious injuries. Both drivers can be injured, but the driver who was not in compliance with posted speed limits and drifted from his or her lane is most often considered the responsible party.

Collisions With Construction Equipment

Construction equipment is supposed to be clearly marked and kept out of the way of traffic. If it needs to be in a traffic lane, that lane needs to be properly closed. However, construction workers may not have taken the proper precautions, leaving drivers attempting to avoid construction equipment. Devastating crashes and injuries often occur when a driver cannot take evasive action in order to avoid the equipment.

Contact Our Queens Car Accident Attorneys Today

If you have been injured in a construction zone accident, contact a New York car accident lawyer by calling 866-679-2513 or 718-577-2573. Our experienced attorneys at Futterman, Sirotkin & Seinfeld, LLP, offer free initial consultations at any of our three New York offices.