Traffic in Rockford Illinois

Rockford, like most cities, has some streets that have significantly more traffic than others. While temporary conditions can cause traffic anywhere at any time, some roads are consistently busier than other city streets. For example, the Illinois Department of Transportation identifies the following streets as some of the busiest in Rockford:

  • Ulysses S. Grant Memorial Highway
  • I-39
  • I-90/Jane Addams Memorial Tollway
  • W State Street
  • E State Street
  • Newburg Road
  • S Alpine Road
  • Broadway

Busy Streets May Be a Safety Issue

Whether it is one of the streets listed above or any other Rockford road, a busy street creates particular challenges that may increase the likelihood of an accident. For example, drivers may have less distance to stop without hitting another car and less space to move out of the way of another vehicle. Therefore, head-on collisions, rear-end accidents, T-bone crashes, and sideswipe wrecks are all risks on busy streets.

These accidents can result in painful and expensive injuries such as head injuries, broken bones, internal injuries, spinal cord injuries, burns, amputations, and death.

Recovering From a Rockford Accident

If you’ve been hurt on any Rockford road, then you need to know the truth about your possible recovery. Our experienced Illinois car accident lawyers will thoroughly review your accident and identify who caused the crash. Then, we will negotiate with the right insurance companies or bring your case to court to protect your fair recovery of past and future healthcare expenses, lost income, out-of-pocket costs, pain, suffering, and other damages.

To learn more, we encourage you to contact us through this website or by calling our Rockford personal injury law office directly at 815-877-3900 or 800-390-6350. If you’ve been hurt in any kind of traffic accident, such as a truck wreck, motorcycle crash, car accident, pedestrian crash, or bicycle wreck, then we would be pleased to provide you with a free, no-obligation consultation so that you can make an informed decision about what to do next.

Jason F. Abraham
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