I have about 300 feet of public road frontage on my farm. The frontage begins just after a sharp curve in the public road. At least twice a year, drivers come too fast through the curve and crash through my agricultural fencing. So far, no people or livestock have been killed, but at least one person has required helicopter medevac, the damage is always extensive, and cattle have escaped. VDOT (I live in Bedford, Virginia) refuses to install a guardrail, despite my property having attracted local television news attention for the frequency of these wrecks. In Virginia, am I legally able to install concrete Jersey barriers along this road frontage (between the road and my fence, but well within my property lines and not in the VDOT right-of-way) to prevent my property, fencing, livestock, and farm workers from damage and death? If a driver wrecked into the barriers and sued me, would a court rule against me for creating some sort of undue risk to drivers due to my installation of these barriers?