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How Best to Report Hazardous Road Conditions

By: Fry | Goehring

Some road conditions are minor hindrances, but some are considered hazardous road conditions. When it comes to dangerous roads, there are certain ways of reporting the problem.

When an accident occurs, is it easy to figure out who is to blame? In some cases, yes. In other situations, like accidents where hazardous road conditions are involved, it’s not as easy as it seems. That’s why it’s so important to report these conditions to your local authorities.

Hazardous road conditions can do more than just damage your vehicle and decrease the comfort of your drive. These conditions can prove to be dangerous and even life-threatening. That’s why it’s important that any hazardous road conditions are reported promptly. If not, others may find themselves in a startling situation.


When reporting hazardous road conditions, you must remember the differences between minor conditions and dangerous ones. Things like potholes or eroded shoulders aren’t necessarily considered hazardous road conditions. Extreme conditions include missing work zone signs when road construction is active, standing water, or sinkholes are good examples of true hazardous road conditions. It’s always best to report these conditions as soon as possible to avoid problems.


Reporting any road conditions that do not fall under minor damage can greatly reduce the chance of an accident. You can also avoid future injuries when reporting any extreme damages to the road, as chances are, you may travel the same road in the future as well.

If you have already been injured in an accident and you think it’s due to hazardous road conditions, then it’s best that you report the dangerous roadways immediately. Reporting these conditions will help assess who is at fault for the accident and may also help you gain the compensation that you deserve.


Fry | Goehring can help you understand your rights when it comes to personal injury hazardous road conditions. If you’re unsure about fault concerning an accident caused by negligent or hazardous conditions, call (404) 969-1284. We are happy to help you sort out your rights and responsibilities.