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Cedar Rapids Pothole Accident Attorneys

When highways and roads are marred by defects like potholes, automotive travel can swiftly change from an everyday experience to a frightening ordeal. Potholes develop when large chunks of the roadway become separated from the surrounding surface and eventually are removed through wear. The result is a hole that can inflict serious damage upon your car and body.

Depending upon the circumstances of your accident, you may be able to file a legal action against the negligent municipal agency responsible for the maintaining the roadway. If successful, you could gain financial compensation for automobile repair costs, medical bills, and other damages. Contact the Cedar Rapids pothole accident attorneys of Leehey Olson Law, P.C., at (319) 294-4424 to discuss your case.

Pothole Damage

Drivers should always maintain an active awareness of the road in front of them, since some potholes may be seen in time for a motorist to take action to reduce the impact or avoid a pothole altogether. But a curve, difference in elevation, or the presence of other vehicles may obstruct your view and limit your opportunity to respond in a timely manner. The resulting impact with a pothole can cause:

  • Body Damage
  • Blown Tires
  • Broken Suspension
  • Broken Struts
  • Spinal Compression Injuries
  • Dental Injuries

Contact Us

Highway defects are a preventable danger, and that should be communicated clearly. Let us help you to ensure that you have the resources you need to cover expenses associated with your accident. Contact the Cedar Rapids pothole lawyers of Leehey Olson Law, P.C., at (319) 294-4424.

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