Construction Zone Accidents

Construction zone accidents can be a traumatic event for victims and their families. The personal injury lawyers at Perry & Young P.A. collaborate closely with victims of the construction zone, traffic accidents, and other acts of negligence. The lawyers at Perry & Young understand that victims of construction zone accidents need compassionate legal advice tailored to their specific situations. Their personal injury attorneys have years of experience in cases and spend time with victims to identify specific and unique needs and goals.  The compassionate attorneys at Perry & Young educate victims of personal injury on the available options so they can make informed decisions. With law firms in Panama City, Panama City Beach, Tallahassee, and Marianna, Perry & Young law firm has 9 experienced personal injury attorneys and have over 20 years of legal services in the Florida Panhandle. Insurance companies and opposing counsel are aware of our proactive and aggressive stance. 
For a free consultation about a case involving construction zone accidents, call the Perry & Young attorneys at 850-215-7777 or schedule a free consultation online.

Representing Victims of Construction Zone Accidents

Safe, attentive driving is important to prevent motor vehicle accidents. However, other factors can lead to motor vehicle accidents or fatal construction accidents that leave Florida residents seriously injured. Fellow drivers ignore warning signs or fail to slow down, leading to a collision. One-car accidents can construction zones made unsafe by or lead to:

The personal injury attorneys at Perry & Young do not shy away from complex cases. 

Contact The Personal Injury Lawyers At Perry & Young, P.A.

To seek legal advice, schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced Panama City attorney handling construction zone accidents at 850-215-7777 . Our lawyers are ready to serve you.

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