Rollover Collision Attorneys
The United States is one of the world leaders in driving large personal vehicles, such as minivans, SUVs, and trucks. While they may make the driver feel safer on the road, their heavier weight and higher center of gravity make these types of vehicles more prone than others to flipping over. After a rollover crash, it can be difficult to know what to do or who to talk to. At DC Law, our experienced personal vehicle accident attorneys have handled many rollover car accident cases on behalf of our clients and are prepared to give you top-notch representation in your case. Reach out to an Austin rollover accident lawyer today to get started on your claim.
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“I want to give thanks to everyone at DC Law! They helped me so much with my case. They were attentive to all of my concerns and their staff was always there for me. I would definitely recommend them to anyone I know.”CATALINAPersonal Injury Client
“My husband and I were very pleased with the care given to my case. I won't lie, I was nervous about having to consult a lawyer, but knew it was necessary when I was not getting treated by the company responsible for my accident as I felt I deserved to be treated. We couldn't have been more pleased. The entire staff at DC Law made us feel comfortable in our pursuit of fairness. They were all very knowledgeable, thorough, and pleasant to work with. I would definitely use them again, and recommend them to others.”MARILYNPersonal Injury Client
“DC Law have been so helpful to me and my daughter. I haven't had to worry about anything. The paralegal that's working on my case is always reassuring me every time I talk to her that they're going to take care of things, that I don't need to worry about anything. They always keeping me informed about anything new thats going on or might be coming up. I could tell they were genuinely concerned for my daughter and all the suffering that she's gone through in these last 5 months.”JESSICAPersonal Injury Client
“Dan Christensen's team did an AWESOME job coaching me through my case. This was my 1st & hopefully my last injury accident so SUPER happy I had them there to help. Definitely feel a lot better than the pain and discomfort I felt at the time of the accident. They continuously assured me that every bit of the doctors visit would be taking care of. They have a Great team and I actually received thousands of dollars more than I expected for the diligent work they did to restore my life to as close to the lifestyle I had before the accident.”DERRICKPersonal Injury Client
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Rollover Crash Causes and Injuries
Rollover collisions may be caused by a number of factors on the roadway. Tripped rollovers are caused by a contributing force or conditions that trip tires, causing the vehicle to flip. Common examples of factors that might cause a tripping rollover include the tires hitting a curb, soft dirt, a side wall, or colliding with another vehicle. Untripped rollover accidents are typically caused by an avoidance maneuver, such as trying to avoid an accident or object in the roadway, shifting the weight and trajectory of the vehicle with such force that it rolls.
Other common causes of rollover accidents include:
- Distracted Driving
- Aggressive Driving
Injuries from a rollover accident can include head and neck injuries, traumatic brain injury, neck injuries such as whiplash, herniated or bulging spinal discs, spinal cord injuries, amputated limbs, internal organ damage, broken bones, severe burns, and other crushing injuries. Vehicle design flaws such as weak roof pillars, defective or weak auto glass, and seat belt damage and failure can all exacerbate injuries.
The victim of a rollover car crash may have a claim for economic and non-economic damages. Economic damages include compensation for current and future medical bills, lost wages, and property damage. Non-economic damages include payment for pain and suffering, emotional distress, and loss of enjoyment of life. An experienced attorney in Austin will be able to review your rollover accident case and build the best argument for full compensation.
One of the most common frustrations during a personal injury lawsuit is a lack of communication from the attorney handling the case, but at DC Law our office prides itself on constant communication with our clients and providing the highest level of service possible for the case. Your Austin rollover accident lawyer will answer all questions and concerns you may have in a clear and concise manner that will keep you informed about the progress of your case. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and learn more about your legal options.
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Rollover Accident FAQS
What is a rollover accident?
If during an accident a car turns over on its side, roof, or does a complete flip, that is considered a rollover accident.
What are the most common causes of a rollover accident?
Rollover accident causes are grouped into two categories: tripped or untripped accidents. Whether a rollover accident is tripped or untripped is dependent on whether there was a contributing outside force. Striking a curb or other obstruction commonly cause tripped rollover accidents, whereas speeding and risky maneuvers are common causes of untripped accidents.
What vehicles are most likely to roll over?
Any vehicle can roll over, however, some types of vehicles are more prone to it. Vehicles with a high center of gravity, such as SUVs, trucks, and vans, are more likely to roll over when in an accident.