Rollover Accident Law Firm - Phoenix, AZ

About one-third of all fatal car crashes are the result of a rollover accident, killing approximately 10,000 people each year nationwide. A rollover accident happens when a vehicle ends up on its roof or on its side. These types of car accidents are usually a combination of automobile design flaws and tire failure at high speeds.

If you or a loved one has been involved in a Phoenix rollover accident, fill out the form to the right to schedule a free and confidential consultation.

With the help of a rollover accident attorney, you may be able to recover losses related to injuries incurred by the accident.

Common Causes of Rollover Accidents

With the popularity of Sports Utility Vehicles (SUVs), the chance of a rollover accident occurring with is much greater than with other passenger vehicles. Studies have proven that a vehicle with a center of gravity lower to the ground and with a wider wheelbase lessens the risk of a rollover accident; however, this can be costly, and automakers have been slow to adjust their designs.

Some factors that can increase a drivers risk of being involved in a rollover accident include:

  • Vehicle design (high center of gravity and narrow wheel base causing the car to be top-heavy)
  • Fast speeds
  • Slick road conditions
  • Tire failure
  • Dangerous roads in Arizona
  • Tread defects
  • Poor suspension
  • Malfunctioning or inadequate brakes

Needless to say, using common sense when behind the wheel generally goes a long way to ensuring the safety of yourself, your passengers and other motorists.

Factors That Can Contribute To Roll-overs

Rollover accidents are very dangerous and usually result in serious and debilitating injuries, and even wrongful death. As with any car accident, the severity of injuries depends on the functionality of seatbelts and airbags in the vehicle.

Some common damages that are often associated with rollover accident injuries include:

  • Roof crush
  • Fuel-fed fires
  • Tire failures
  • Roof pillar failures in SUVs
  • Door latch failures

Many of these failures are caused due to the severity of an impact that a vehicle often sustains when it is rolled on it's roof. While manufacturers continually strive to design stronger and lighter protection cells into their vehicles, sometimes the force of the crash is just too much for the vehicle to provide adequate protection to it's occupants.


How To Contact Our Phoenix Rollover Accident Lawyers

While any car can be in a rollover accident, SUVs, small vans and light trucks are generally more susceptible to this type of car accident. If you or a loved one has been injured in a Phoenix rollover accident due to design flaws or dangerous road conditions, you may be eligible to receive compensation for medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other damages related to your injuries.

Our attorneys have decades of combined experience and have won over $14 MILLION in verdicts and settlements for our clients.

We are licensed to practice law over the entire state of Arizona, and have successfully prepared and litigated cases in:

  • Phoenix
  • Flagstaff
  • Gilbert
  • Scottsdale
  • Lake Havasu City

.... just to name a few.

It is our firm belief that negligent and irresponsible driver be held accountable for their actions, and with this in mind, we will fight for the MAXIMUM compensation benefit that you may be entitled to.

For more information on Phoenix rollover accident lawsuits or to schedule a free and confidential case evaluation, please call or text 1-800-706-3000 - one of our intake team members will collect some information about your case and then quickly refer you to one of our attorneys - it's that easy!

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