Involved in Vehicle Rollover Accident?
CAN I FILE A LAWSUIT FOR MY ROLLOVER ACCIDENT?
Have you or someone you know injured in an rollover accident? They can file a personal injury lawsuit against the individual or group responsible for the accident. If a negligent driver caused the accident, the negligent driver would be liable for any damages caused. If the accident was caused by a defective car part, the manufacturer or seller may be liable for damages.
In a personal injury or product liability lawsuit, the injured party is seeking compensation for their damages. Damages may include:
- Medical and Hospital bills
- Lost wages
- Future lost earnings
- Vehicle Repair or Replacement
- Pain and sufferings
- Future losses and expenses.
In a deadly rollover accident, the family members of the deceased may be able to file a wrongful death lawsuit. In a wrongful death claim, the family can hold the person responsible for the death liable for their actions and seek compensation for the family’s loss.
WHAT TO DO IF I AM INVOLVED IN A ROOF CRUSH OR ROLLOVER ACCIDENTS?
Vehicle rollovers can lead to serious injuries because of one thing — roof crush. The cage support columns of a motor vehicle simply cannot support the entire weight of the vehicle during multiple, high-speed rollovers. The roof of the vehicle, and, subsequently, the ceiling of the interior, is crushed inward. Occupants of the car can suffer devastating injuries from this impact. Traumatic brain injuries (TBI), broken bones, fractured vertebrae and amputation can result from this type of accident.
A vehicle rollover, while uncommon, can lead to catastrophic or even fatal injuries. Whether your rollover was caused by slippery conditions, tire blowout, unstable vehicle characteristics or a high-speed collision, contact our office today. As soon as we accept your case, we will begin aggressively fighting for your full and fair monetary compensation for your injuries.
CAN I GET COMPENSATION FOR MY ROLLOVER ACCIDENT?
Compensation after an injury accident is supposed to put the injured person back into a similar position they would have been if the accident had not happened. It may be impossible to fix the injury victim’s problems with money alone but this is what compensatory damages are intended to do.
Compensatory damages in an injury accident lawsuit include both “economic” and “non-economic” damages. Economic damages generally represent damages that have a fixed cost, like hospital bills or lost wages. Non-economic damages are supposed to compensate the injury victim for harms that are harder to put a dollar value on, like suffering painful injuries or having to live with scars for the rest of their lives.
Compensatory damages in a rollover accident lawsuit may include:
- Ambulance bills
- Surgery bills
- Hospital bills
- Prescription medications
- Medical supplies
- Physical therapy
- In-home care
- Lost income
- Loss of consortium
- Pain and suffering
- Emotional pain
- Loss of enjoyment
- Court fees.
ROLLOVER ACCIDENT ATTORNEY
Our law firm can provide you with such an attorney. But first, you must contact us; call our toll-free number or email us. We’ll respond promptly to you to offer you a free case review. Then, it’s up to you. You can choose to proceed or not to proceed with a rollover accident lawsuit. Keep in mind that most injury lawsuits are settled out of court, with no need for a trial. Our law firm can fight for such a settlement for you, or, if needed, we can go to court and litigate on your behalf. Trust Roxell Richards & Associates if you need a rollover accident attorney to represent you. Roxell Richards has fought for decades to help injured people receive justice when they needed it. A rollover accident lawyer will help you receive the compensation you deserve. If you wish to file a claim with a rollover accident attorney, contact our office as soon as possible.