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When motorists imagine a worst-case scenario that can happen on the road, what comes to mind is likely an image of a vehicle rolling onto its side or roof. If you experience an accident in which your vehicle rolls over, or another vehicle rolls into yours, the damage can certainly be catastrophic.

The negligent actions of other drivers can lead to you suffering the extensive consequences of a rollover accident. At Big Auto Accident Attorneys, we understand how stressful the aftermath of a crash can be. Our rollover accident lawyers are ready to help you navigate the complex legal process of filing a personal injury claim in pursuit of the full compensation you deserve for your damages.rollover vehicle

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    When another party causes you to experience a rollover accident, it should be obvious that they owe you suitable compensation. However, the insurance company can make it difficult to achieve the result you deserve, even when a case seems cut and dry.

    At Big Auto Accident Attorneys, we hold insurance companies accountable and keep them from taking advantage of injured people who are recovering from devastating accidents. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you secure the outcome you rightfully deserve.

    To learn more about your rights after an accident, call us today at 1 (844) BIG-AUTO

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    Common Causes of Rollover Accidents

    Many factors can contribute to the likelihood of a rollover accident. Some are controllable, while others are preventable through safe driving practices. If another vehicle rolls into you or causes you to roll over, it is possible that they were negligent in exercising due caution that would normally prevent such an accident from happening.

    Common causes of rollover accidents include:


    Risk Factor Description
    Speeding Driving at high speeds increases the odds that the driver will lose control or rollover, especially during high-wind conditions.
    Unsafe maneuvers Over-correcting, taking sharp turns, and turning at high speeds are examples of maneuvers that can send a car into a roll.
    Uneven weight distribution Unevenly loading cargo or making a vehicle top-heavy is highly dangerous, especially in the case of large semi-truck trailers.
    Poor tire upkeep If a vehicle has tires with the wrong type, tread or pressure, then they may underperform at maintaining traction on the road.
    Manufacturer defects Vehicles may contain defective parts that contribute to the occurrence of an accident, especially large trucks that consist of many more individual parts that undergo much more stress.

    Roads that are wet, icy, slick or damaged can also be conducive to rollover accidents. While motorists cannot control road conditions, it is important for everyone behind the wheel of a vehicle to exercise appropriate caution when the state of the road is clearly more likely to cause an accident.

    Rollover Accident Injuries

    Any type of vehicle collision has the potential to cause severe injury. A single impact can have lasting effects on a person’s body. In the case of a rollover accident, however, your body may bear the brunt of multiple impacts. Every flip or roll of a vehicle is another chance for the shock or pressure to take its toll.
    After a rollover accident, you might experience injuries such as:

    • Bruises
    • Lacerations
    • Broken bones
    • Head injuries or traumatic brain injuries
    • Internal organ damage

    Rollover accidents can cause a wide range of injuries, some of which may not exhibit any signs or symptoms right away. It is important to seek immediate medical attention after a car accident, especially one as severe as a rollover accident. Doing so can help guarantee your well-being and create medical records that you and our rollover accident lawyers can use to strengthen your personal injury claim.

    Long-Term Impacts of Rollover Accidents

    In addition to injuries that require immediate treatment, a rollover accident can also leave you with lasting conditions that require much more than a one-time doctor visit. These long-term impacts can affect your ability to work as well as your quality of life. When you pursue a settlement from the insurance company, it is in your best interest to make sure that the amount of compensation you receive takes these long-term impacts into account.
    Permanent disabilities constitute the most immediately noticeable long-term effects of an accident. Spinal injuries can ultimately lead to paralysis while brain injuries can result in permanent cognitive impairment. If possible, it is worth your while to consider refraining from accepting a settlement until you fully understand the extent of such disabilities.
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    Property damage, medical bills and repair costs can also lead to lasting financial problems. This is a valid long-term effect to bring up during settlement discussions. While securing financial compensation may make up for the damages you incurred as a direct result of the accident, it is also important to consider any other costs or debts you take on during the time before you receive your final settlement payout. When money is tight, these problems can pile up, resulting in a financial rut that is difficult to recover from.

    Recovering Compensation After a Rollover Accident

    When you experience an accident and suffer damages through no fault of your own, you deserve to receive compensation from the at-fault party. This typically entails filing a personal injury claim against the other driver’s auto insurance policy.
    In the case of a rollover accident involving a commercial driver, you might instead file a claim with the company that employs that driver if poor training, management or maintenance contributed to the accident. Your rollover accident lawyer from our firm can help you file a claim with the appropriate parties.
    Recovering compensation after an accident requires you to provide proof of your recoverable damages. Be sure to maintain records of all economic damages such as property damage, medical costs and lost income. Bills, invoices and medical records can paint a clear picture of how much compensation the insurance company owes to you.
    You may be eligible to recover certain non-economic damages after your accident as well. These include damages that are difficult to monetarily evaluate such as any emotional pain and suffering or loss of quality of life that you experience as a direct result of the other party’s negligence.
    While the financial value of your non-economic damages may not be immediately clear, our team at Big Auto recognizes these damages as valid and will advocate for you to receive appropriate compensation during negotiations with the insurance company.

    Determining Liability for a Rollover Accident

    For a personal injury claim to be successful, it is necessary to prove that another party was guilty of negligence and that their negligence directly caused your damages. The burden is on the claimant and their legal team to establish that the other party is liable for the accident.
    Liability is often a complex matter in rollover accidents because they come in so many forms. Perhaps another party is responsible for causing your vehicle to roll over. Alternatively, another driver’s negligence might cause a different vehicle to roll into or onto your own. There is also the possibility that someone who is not even on the road might be liable, such as when poor maintenance or manufacturer defects are to blame.
    Proving another party’s negligence means establishing that they violated their duty of care toward you.
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    Reckless driving, disobeying traffic laws and failing to properly maintain their vehicles are all examples of how drivers and trucking companies might violate this duty of care. Our team at Big Auto can use evidence such as traffic cam footage, dash cam footage and witness statements to establish liability throughout your personal injury case.

    Auto Insurance for Rollover Accidents

    Motorists in almost every U.S. state must meet minimum auto insurance requirements in order to own or operate a vehicle. When another driver causes an accident, including a rollover accident, their auto insurance provider is likely to be the entity you will turn to for claiming compensation.
    If the at-fault driver does not have insurance, or if the insurance company refuses to offer an adequate settlement, you might decide to file a lawsuit against the negligent driver instead.
    Another option for securing compensation after an accident with an uninsured driver is to turn to your own insurance policy. If your policy includes uninsured motorist coverage, filing a claim with your own insurance provider may be the quickest and most reliable way to pay your medical bills.

    How a Rollover Accident Lawyer Can Help After a Car Accident

    A rollover accident can be a traumatic event, not to mention its potential to cause serious injuries that disrupt your daily life. Your top priority in the aftermath is to rest and have a stress-free recovery. Relying on a rollover accident lawyer from Big Auto lets you do just that by ensuring that you have a staunch supporter who will handle the legal aspects of your claim for you.
    At Big Auto Accident Attorneys, we help you with your personal injury claim by:

    • Investigating the cause of your rollover accident
    • Collecting evidence to establish which parties are at fault
    • Filing your claim and handling other paperwork while you recover
    • Negotiating with the insurance company and other lawyers
    • Fighting for your compensation in court, if necessary

    Contacting a personal injury attorney soon after your accident will help ensure that you start the claims process on the right track. We can help you report to your insurance company with accuracy, fill out paperwork correctly and keep all relevant documentation organized. Crucial evidence can become lost to time, but involving our team early on can give you a better chance at a favorable outcome while keeping the entire process on an efficient timeline within any applicable statutes of limitations.

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