Personal Injury Lawyer Dealing With Rollover Accidents
A rollover accident can occur for many different reasons, some caused by driver error, but many also caused by another vehicle striking the rollover vehicle in a manner that can cause it to roll, or by a tire blowing out. Certain vehicles that have a high profile, as do many current SUVs, truck and vans, tend to rollover much easier when involved in a car accident than other types of vehicles. When a vehicle rolls over in an accident, there will normally be some type of crush damage to the roof and sides, even though most newer model vehicles are engineered to withstand such an impact.
Anyone involved in a rollover vehicle accident can get seriously injured, as the body is thrown about considerably. Common injuries are sometimes severe, resulting in head, neck and spinal cord injuries. As these types of injuries can lead to costly medical care and possible long term disability, if you or a loved one has been injured due to the negligence of another in a rollover accident, you will need the expertise of a San Antonio personal injury lawyer to ensure you obtain the compensation you will need to fully recover from your losses.
Negligence in San Antonio, TX Rollover Accidents
Rollover accidents can be caused by more than another vehicle striking you. Defective tires and auto manufacturing defects can also lead to vehicles losing control and rolling over. When involved in such an accident, a thorough investigation needs to be conducted to determine any and all negligent parties so as to maximize your potential recovery. Our legal staff will carefully document all of your damages in order to present a strong claim on your behalf for medical costs, lost income, property damage, rental car expenses, in addition to the pain and suffering you have gone through during the accident and recovery. Our staff understands the difficulties most people suffer following a serious accident and are here to help you obtain the compensation you deserve as quickly and painlessly as possible.