3 Decades of Experience Representing Victims of Accidents Caused by Road or Bridge Defects

Serving Rochester, Syracuse and Upstate New York

Many times an automobile or truck accident is caused or partially caused by a defective road or highway. There are national and local safety standards that apply to our roads and highways. When a highway is not built or maintained to proper standards, the public entity responsible for that road may be held responsible if a road defect caused or contributed to an accident.

Oftentimes, the defect in the roadway makes automobile and trucking accidents more likely and more severe.

Types of defects we have litigated are as follows:

  • Improper construction of highway
  • Improper safety barriers
  • Unposted speed limit signs
  • Highway construction accidents
  • Unsafe drop-offs
  • Improper construction site warnings
  • Malfunctioning traffic lights
  • Improper signing
  • Improper lighting
  • Unsafe highway curves
  • Improper speed limit signs
  • Improper warning of construction ahead
  • Construction debris on roadway
  • Improper drainage

These roadway defects have resulted in severe injuries including burn injuries, brain injuries, quadriplegia and even death.

The accident lawyers at DeFrancisco & Falgiatano Personal Injury Lawyers have extensive experience in representing clients for personal injury matters. In fact, our sole practice is limited to helping those that have been wrongfully injured. Our personal injury attorneys have received multiple awards and recognition in their field of representing injured people such as the Multimillion Dollar Advocates Forum, Super Lawyers, and Top 1% Trial Counsel for Medical Malpractice, among others. If you believe you have a case, you can rest assured that our accident and injury lawyers have the experience and expertise you deserve. Consultations are always free and you are never responsible for attorney fees unless we can recover compensation for you. Please feel free to contact us for a free consultation or if you have any questions about a potential case.