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Nov 20, 2020

Nov 20, 2020

While negligence is often the contributing factor in accidents, there are
some situations where road dangers may play a factor. Of course, it’s
on all drivers to be aware of these road dangers and drive with caution,
but the hazards themselves can be significantly dangerous.

Weather Dangers

Despite these conditions, all drivers must understand their responsibilities,
including driving safe for the conditions. Recognizing various road dangers
is imperative, so you can stay safe even when other drivers are not.

As winter approaches, the change in weather is always a cause for concern.
Rain and snow should result in people driving much safer, but this isn’t
always the case. Many drivers still fail to account for slippery roads
and reduced visibility, speeding whenever they get the chance. This action
can easily lead to the driver losing control of their vehicle and causing a crash.

Throughout the year, oil builds up on concrete and starts to sit on roads
and highways. When the rain finally hits, it starts to bring that oil
to the surface, making the road slick and slippery. Hitting this oil patch
can potentially prove disastrous if a driver is not paying close attention
to the road.

Oil Slicks

Be aware of potholes on the road as these may not seem like much, but they
can quickly damage tires, causing a blowout. A driver who hits a pothole
at a high speed and encounters tire problems can quickly lose control
of their vehicle.

Drivers must be aware of all dangers on the road and drive safe for conditions.
If they don’t, they are considered negligent and put you and all
others at risk of harm.

If you suffer severe injuries, our
Michigan car accident attorneys stand ready to help you. At Fieger Law, we’re committed
to your needs and best interests, working hard on your behalf to obtain
the compensation you deserve during such a difficult time.

Call our firm at (800) 294-6637 today to
discuss your rights.