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Roundabout Safety

A roundabout is a type of intersection that involves two or more roadways coming together in a circle. Most Americans lack experience with navigating roundabouts because they are uncommon in the United States. Though roundabouts may seem intimidating, studies indicate that they can be safer than four-way stops. The key to avoiding an accident at a roundabout is to understand how to navigate the situation.

If you or someone you love was injured or suffered property loss in an accident caused by another driver’s error, you may want to consider pursuing legal action. You could be eligible to receive financial compensation for medical expenses or property repair. Contact an experienced Milwaukee car accident lawyer from Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. at 800-242-2874 to discuss your case.

Safety Tips

Roundabouts are growing in popularity around the United States. If you encounter a roundabout, remembering the following tips could help keep you safe:

  • Yield to any traffic already in the roundabout
  • Avoid stopping or changing lanes while in the roundabout
  • Be aware of large vehicles entering the roundabout and try to avoid them
  • When you reach your exit, first turn on your turn signal, and then check that the path is clear
  • Be especially aware of cyclists

Knowing how to safely navigate a roundabout can help prevent dangerous and costly accidents.

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If you have suffered in an accident at a roundabout due to another driver’s error, you could be entitled to compensation. Begin learning your legal rights and options today by contacting a Milwaukee car accident lawyer from Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. Call us at 800-242-2874.

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