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A rollover accident is incredibly dangerous, as statistics will show. According to information gathered by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), only 2% of all car accidents in the country are rollover accidents, yet an estimated 35% of car passenger fatalities are caused by rollovers. The incident ratio of catastrophic injuries is unknown but may be assumedly high as well.
Serious injuries that may be suffered in a rollover accident include:
- Traumatic brain injuries (TBI)
- Spinal cord injuries
- Broken bones
- Permanent disfiguration
If you or a loved one were injured in a rollover accident, you may be able to win compensation for your injuries and damages if there is evidence to suggest another party was to blame. Contact Casey Law Offices, S.C. and our car accident attorneys today to work with a compassionate, experienced team that is backed by a long list of successful case results and appreciative client testimonials.
How Rollover Accidents Happen
Many rollover accidents are single-vehicle accidents. At a cursory glance, this may seem to indicate that the driver must be the liable party, as there are no other motorists involved in the crash. With the assistance and careful eyes of our personal injury lawyers, we may be able to spot evidence to the contrary.
Outside factors that can cause a rollover accident include:
- Road conditions: Streets can be icy, slippery, and covered in debris, especially in the winter time. It is often up to local municipalities to clear off roads to keep drivers safe. If they do not and a rollover is caused, they could be to blame for failing to maintain safe roadway conditions.
- Defective tires: A vehicle’s tires are what keeps it on the road and balanced while taking turns at moderate speeds. Defective tires will not be able to grip the road and can buck a vehicle to one side, ultimately causing a rollover. The tire manufacturer could be liable for the damages.
- Pit maneuvers: Negligent drivers that follow too closely may strike the back wheel of the car in front of them as they round a bend, also called a pit maneuver. This impact will cause the front of the car to whip sharply and has a high likelihood of resulting in a rollover accident.
Protect Yourself & Your Finances
The purpose of a car accident claim is not only to ensure you recover but to also ensure you do so without breaking the bank. Our car accident lawyers will explore all options for you when handling your case, seeking the maximized compensation that you deserve and require.
Call our personal injury team at (414) 272-5564 to schedule a free consultation – and be sure to ask about our “no win, no fee” policy.