Roof Crush & Vehicle Rollovers
Dallas Car Accident Attorneys
Rollovers can lead to roof crush injuries and even wrongful death. When you have been seriously injured in a car accident involving a vehicle rollover, how do you make sure you will have the money you need to pay for medical care and make up for lost income? When you are disabled and unable to work due to a car or truck accident involving defective tires, who can help you in your dispute with insurers and negligent parties?
Scott H. Palmer, P.C. is here to answer those questions and concerns. Since 1996, our Dallas car accident attorneys have handled numerous motor vehicle accident lawsuits, including cases involving vehicle rollovers and crushed roofs. We take a dual approach to personal injury law-supportive and attentive help for clients and aggressive representation in court.
Has your vehicle rolled over, resulting in injuries or fatalities? For a free consultation with an experienced and supportive Dallas motor vehicle accident lawyer call (214) 891-3382.
Legal Issues Involved in Rollover Accidents
Car and truck accidents involving rollovers can encompass numerous legal issues, including questions of negligence and unsafe products.
Who can be held accountable in these types of accidents?
- Car manufacturers who created faulty vehicles / parts
- Mechanics who failed to recognize or properly fix obvious issues
- Other drivers whose negligent driving resulted in a crash
- Highway construction / designers due to dangerous roadway
We can conduct the research necessary to determine the crash-worthiness of your vehicle and to answer key questions. Was the vehicle built correctly? Does the vehicle have a history of problems? Who made or repaired the tires? Was there any other party who may be liable for your crash?
Our Dallas car accident lawyers can provide the experienced and knowledgeable help you need. For a no-charge consultation with an experienced and professional personal injury attorney following a vehicle rollover accident, call us at (214) 891-3382.