“Where there are no oxen the trough is clean.
But much increase comes by the strength of an ox.”
As the ancient proverb eloquently puts it, with growth comes complication. This idea speaks to the current situation in Tulsa. We have seen considerable growth, which can be a very positive thing, and right along with that growth we’ve seen an increase in construction, which can be a cumbersome and complicating thing.
Construction And Traffic Accidents
Those who live in the Tulsa area had to be wary of the orange cones, the reflective barrels, and the wooden barricades that have become a part of their daily transit. Increased road construction brings slow and dangerous, heavy-duty machinery and inattentive construction workers. The number of concurrent road construction projects going on and the pressing deadlines for completion make construction zones dangerous for drivers and for construction workers.
Drivers often become comfortable on roads that are on their daily routine and may not take precautionary measures when stretches of those roads become construction zones. Here are a couple of things you can do to protect yourself and your family from being victim of an injury accident due to the negligence of a construction company, worker, or driver of construction vehicle.
- Slow down and adhere to lowered speed limit signs
- Beware when there is a lack of protective barriers
- Keep an eye out for hazardous construction debris
- Take extra care even when warning signs are not out
Have You Been Injured In A Tulsa Construction Accident?
Whether you are faced with a serious injury or the tragic wrongful death of a loved one due to the negligence of a construction worker, let Frasier, Frasier & Hickman provide the legal guidance you need. Let us leverage our 50 years of legal experience for the benefit of your case. We are uniquely equipped to walk you through all insurance matters, pursuing the fullest compensation to cover the damages you and your family have incurred.
Contact Us For A Free Consultation
At Frasier, Frasier & Hickman our policy is to not charge for our personal injury services until we help you receive compensation from your claim. For a free initial consultation regarding a car accident claim, call us at 918-779-3658, or contact us online anytime.