Maintenance defects.

Before heading out, drivers have a duty to ensure that their vehicles are working properly. A dirty windshield, broken taillight, or worn-out brakes all increase the potential for a crash.

Bald tires.

Winter tires and tire chains give drivers extra grip on the road surface, helping them maneuver better through snow and prevent swerving when driving on ice. A driver who chooses to drive on worn or bald tires in icy conditions puts everyone around him at risk.

Vehicle malfunction.

Some accidents may not be the fault of a driver; sometimes, it’s the person or company who made their vehicle. In these cases, your attorney should investigate whether you could have a third-party crash claim.


Christopher L. Russo
Helping Rhode Island personal injury victims for nearly three decades to get the compensation they deserve.
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