Rollover Accidents

 

In our car accident attorneys’ experience, rollover accidents are nearly always the result of negligent driving. Many people like to point at a car manufacturer as the ultimate liable party after a rollover accident. Four-wheel-drive vehicles, such as SUVs, are more prone to tipping over, according to experts.

However, it is also true that drivers who were speeding, turning too abruptly, driving while distracted or committing other errors are often the culprits in rollover accidents. At Gold, Albanese, Barletti & Locascio L.L.C. our personal injury lawyers work hard to determine the true cause of accidents that injured our clients. We have settled and tried to verdict multimillion-dollar cases.

If you were the victim of a rollover accident and now must live with a brain injury, a spinal cord injury, a neck injury or ongoing complications of broken bones, we welcome your inquiry. We are in the practice of personal injury law in order to help people with similar injuries recover compensation. We are prepared to find out who was responsible for your accident, and fight on your behalf.

For Legal Advice after an SUV Rollover Accident, Contact Our Morris County, New Jersey, Lawyers

Was your rollover accident made worse by roof collapse when your car had no roll bar? If so, you may have a product liability claim against an automobile manufacturer. If you were a passenger, you may have a claim against the driver of the vehicle you were riding in. These are two examples of the unique aspects of particular cases. Only a review of your rollover accident case will give us a good understanding of exactly why or how it happened.

For individualized attention after a rollover accident, call Gold, Albanese, Barletti & Locascio L.L.C. at 973-326-9099 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation. We are prepared to work hard on behalf of victims of rollover auto accidents.

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