Some sport utility vehicles (SUV’s) will roll over under conditions where other vehicles simply slide out. These rollovers often occur when a driver swerves to avoid hitting something or momentarily drifts partially off the roadway, gets back on the road and then tries to straighten the vehicle.
Many rollover accidents also lead roof crushes, which can cause serious and even fatal injuries during an accident. If you have been injured in a rollover accident, talk to our auto defect attorneys today at The Gilbert Law Group®. We have successfully gone up against major automakers including Toyota, GM, Ford, and many other large giant corporations. No opponent is too powerful, and no accident is too complex.
Car manufacturers that market unstable SUVs typically blame the driver. However, our firm has consistently identified defects and weaknesses in a car’s
Testing conducted for The Gilbert Law Group®’s cases demonstrates how minor modifications can prevent rollover accidents:
These simple changes can make the difference between a vehicle that tips over and one that merely slides out.
The best evidence of an on-road rollover is found at the scene, in the form of tire marks and gouging and scraping on the roadway. For example, tire marks that suddenly end in the middle of the road are indicative of an on-road rollover. At The Gilbert Law Group®, we have an in-house engineering team with proven experts who can investigate and deliver thorough assessments of your accident in a timely manner.
Tire marks that suddenly end in the roadway indicate an on-road rollover.
Contact us at (888) 711-5947 if you would like to discuss your rollover accident.
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