U.S. to compensate residents for poor road conditions

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The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) in the United States of America has developed a program to compensate road users. It consists of paying up to $10,000.00 USD to citizens who suffered damages to their cars due to the existing deterioration of the state's roads.

Caltrans posted a notice on its web page for customers who have spent dollars due to damage to their vehicles. Those affected may approach the agency to request monetary assistance for dealing with the poor road conditions.

In order to know the procedure to be followed by the interested parties, they should visit the virtual space of Caltrans that will receive the demands of drivers. Complaints must be filed within California, specifically in the area where the problem occurred.

Complaints are processed through a form

Authorities report that all counties in the region have offices to hear concerns. Caltrans announced personal attention to accidents resulting in fatalities, physical injuries and damage to private property.

The claim must be filed on form LD-0274. This legal document responds to requests made to the Department of Transportation in the amount of $10,000.00 USD or less.

There is no charge, as the institution does not charge its clients for filing. The agency also clarifies that requests for more than $10,000.00 USD are handled by the California government.

The Caltrans digital space offers the option of alleviating damages through finances, without the need to pursue a lawsuit in court. Individuals who wish to know more details can make a phone call to 1-800-955-0045. The California Department of Transportation accepts e-mails from interested parties at gcinfo@dgs.ca.gov.

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