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Residents Call For Changes to Dangerous Roadways


A man was killed in a fatal five-car crash last Sunday in Wilson County, Tennessee. The tragic auto accident was just one of many on this particular stretch of road. Residents of Wilson County claim Highway 109’s two lanes are dangerous and cannot handle the volume of vehicles. Many who work and live around Highway 109, consistently worry about the safety of motorist. Many residents have been speaking out, and the Tennessee Department of Transportation has heard their concerns. According to TDOT, a $50 million project has been approved to widen the two lanes of 109 to five lanes in Wilson County. Representatives from TDOT report the project is scheduled to start in 2017. Residents agree the million dollar price is worth the cost to save lives.

Often motorists or residents become concerned over a particularly dangerous stretch of road due to a lack of proper maintenance or even design flaws. Missouri roads are not exempt. If you or a loved one have been injured in an auto accident, and you believe it is not your fault, rather the conditions of the road, you may be entitled to compensation. Meyerkord & Kurth, LLC, has recovered significant compensation for clients who were victims of dangerous roads. As St. Louis’ best auto accident attorneys, we have the experience and skill to prove a dangerous road was at fault and cause your injuries. Contact an auto accident attorney at Meyerkord & Kurth, LLC, today for a free consultation and receive trusted legal advice with no obligation.

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