Mesa Rollover Accident Lawyers
When a vehicle tips over, it can seriously harm the people inside. Over 6300 people died in rollover accidents in a recent year.
There are several factors that may be involved in a rollover accident, including unsafe drivers, road conditions, and vehicle design.
Because Mesa rollover accidents are very complex, it can be very difficult to determine liability. And insurance companies will do everything they can to deflect blame away from their clients.
At The Husband & Wife Law Team, we don’t shy away from difficult cases. If you were harmed in a rollover accident, we’ll conduct a thorough investigation to find out what happened. Then we’ll file a claim against anyone whose negligent behavior contributed to your injuries.
We’ve recovered millions of dollars for our clients. Call (480) 944-9753 to schedule a FREE consultation today.
Rollover accidents are deadly. In fact, they are responsible for:
- 20 percent of fatalities in cars crashes
- 38 percent of fatalities in pickup truck crashes
- 39 percent of fatalities in SUV crashes
There’s a lot of controversy and finger-pointing surrounding rollover accidents, especially when it comes to SUVs. Automakers and tire manufacturers will often blame each other when a rollover accident occurs.
Rollovers may be triggered by a collision, but vehicle design features and other circumstances may also play a role in the accident. It requires a skilled Mesa personal injury attorney to untangle the situation and determine who is ultimately liable for your injuries:
A rollover accident may be caused by the following actions and circumstances:
- Distracted driving
- Unsafe maneuvers
- Driving too fast for weather conditions
- Improper loading
- Road design
- Pavement surface changes
- Vehicle design
- Vehicle manufacture
- Vehicle wheelbase and center of gravity
- Tire pressure
- Tire design, type, and tread
An unsafe or intoxicated driver may have caused your rollover accident by crashing into your vehicle or swerving into your lane. But your injuries may be exasperated by vehicle design flaws or public officials who failed to maintain a safe roadway.
The Husband & Wife Law Team will file a claim against anyone whose negligent behavior caused your injuries. And our Mesa car accident attorneys won’t be intimidated by lawyers for big insurance companies who try to muddy the water.
This isn’t our first rodeo. The experienced trial lawyers at The Husband & Wife Law team know how to break down complicated issues and clearly explain your case to a jury.
When it comes to automobile collisions, Arizona is an at-fault state. Anyone whose careless behavior contributed to an accident can be held liable for damages, and this may include:
- Current and future medical bills
- Lost wages
- Reduced earning capacity
- Pain and suffering
- In-home nursing care
- Physical therapy
- Wheelchair access for your home and vehicle
- Wrongful death
Fatalities and catastrophic injuries are common in rollover accidents. You may be facing protracted medical treatment that includes surgeries, time spent in the hospital, and a long recovery period. And some types of injuries such as head trauma or spinal cord damage can make it impossible for you to resume your normal activities.
Injuries that frequently result from rollover accidents include:
- Bone fractures
- Traumatic brain injuries (TBI)
- Internal organ damage
- Crush injuries
- Loss of limb
- Chest and abdomen injuries
- Back and neck injuries
Mark and Alexis Breyer of The Husband & Wife Law Team have made it our mission to help people put their lives back together after a tragic accident. If you were harmed by somebody’s careless actions, then they should have to pay for your medical bills.
Mark Breyer was selected as one of the ten best personal injury lawyers in the nation by the American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys. Our team has been recognized by Super Lawyers for outstanding service and we have a perfect 10.0 rating from Avvo.
Call (480) 944-9753 to learn more today. You won’t owe us anything unless we win your case.
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