What if a Pothole Damages My Car or Causes an Accident?
Potholes are an unfortunate fact of life in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Drive down almost any road in either state and you will see these craters in the road. Potholes can make driving difficult and even dangerous. You may feel as if you are driving on an obstacle course as you do your best to dodge hitting a pothole.
Although potholes appear year-round, early spring is a prime time for potholes. The shifting temperatures during this time cause potholes to form. As we head into pothole season, the roads will be in rough condition. Potholes can cause severe damage to your vehicle and increase your chances of getting into a car accident. A pothole can cost you hundreds, if not thousands of dollars, and cause serious damage to your physical wellbeing.
The New Jersey car accident lawyers at Williams Cedar present this infographic that focuses on the high price of potholes, including how they cause vehicle damage and contribute to car accidents, and what you can do receive compensation.
Potholes are more than just an annoyance – they can take a big toll on your vehicle, your wallet, and may lead to serious injuries in the event of a crash. If you or a loved one have been injured in a car accident caused by a poorly maintained road or pothole, our experienced South Jersey car accident lawyers can assist you with a claim to get the compensation you deserve. Call 856-874-7500 or 215-557-0099 or contact us online to schedule a consultation with a qualified car accident lawyer today.