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Safety Tips for Driving Through Construction Zones

Safety Tips for Driving Through Construction Zones

Just this past month, two accidents in Donley County occurred a long U.S. 287, which is currently under construction. The Texas Department of Public Safety is now asking drivers to be aware of their surroundings while driving through a construction zone. While construction zones attempt to manage speeding by doubling fines for those caught going over the speed limit, the reality is that some drivers don’t pay attention to their surroundings and might not recognize the ramifications of their actions.

Work Zone Safety Tips

Construction workers put themselves in harm’s way when they’re working on the side of a highway. It’s important for both workers and drivers to brush up on some safety tips so they can travel and work without fear of being injured or killed.

Tips to keep in mind:

  • Pay attention to warning signs or electronic message boards: These will alert drivers in advance about any speed limits or construction projects about to take place.
  • Watch for slowed traffic: Slowing or stops are frequent in construction zones, so don’t tailgate and be ready to brake.
  • Minimize distractions: Don’t change the radio station, use your phone, or do anything else that might prevent you from seeing a construction worker on the side of the road.
  • Use extra caution at night: Workers and other vehicles may be difficult to spot while driving in the dark.
  • Be aware of detours and lane diversions: You want to read these notices ahead of time so you don’t miss an exit and make the decision to change lanes at the last second, putting other drivers in danger.

Aggressive Representation You Can Trust

At Daspit Law Firm, we don’t just see our clients as numbers or case files – we see them as humans at their most vulnerable, who need our professional help. We do what we do because we care. If you’re a construction worker injured on the job or a driver injured in a car accident, we want to help you recover from your injuries and seek justice for all you’ve had to go through. We’re aggressive in court because we believe you deserve a team of professionals who won’t leave your side.

Whether you’ve been involved in a motor vehicle accident or a construction site accident, you can trust the lawyers at Daspit Law Firm to listen to your needs and fight for your legal rights to compensation. Call us today at (888) 273-1045, or contact us online.

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