Brandon Rollover Accident Attorneys
Injured in a rollover accident in Florida?
A rollover is a
type of car accident that has one of the higher fatality rates. Rollovers are more common with
Sport Utility Vehicles (SUVs), but can also occur in a car or truck. This
type of accident has a high fatality rate due to the movement of the vehicle
and the impact it has on the passengers. A passenger often suffers from
serious head and neck injuries or even death. Rollovers generally take
place after a driver loses control of the vehicle and then car slips or
trips to one side. If you have been injured in a rollover accident, hold
the negligent party responsible. Boohoff Law, P.A. has years of experience
in personal injury law, we can help you prove negligence and fight for
compensation in your case.
Causes of Rollover Accidents in FL
While there are countless ways a rollover can occur, there are certain
scenarios that are more common. Some that we have seen in Florida include:
- Overcorrections by the driver of the vehicle: If a driver notices that
they are drifting into another lane they may jerk the wheel to try to
get back to where they need to be. In doing so, this forceful action can
lead to a loss of control and the flipping of the vehicle,
- Drifting into another lane is often the result of distracted driving or
driving while fatigued, so those can be linked causes to rollovers.
- Hitting a 'trip': A trip is something on the road that a driver
can hit and could cause the vehicle to roll over. Examples would be a
median, guardrail, a ditch or an area of uneven ground. If a car hits
one of this objects, it can roll over the object and result in a rollover
of the vehicle.
- Weighing down a car: If a driver has a lot of weight tied to the top of
their car, the likelihood of a rollover is increased. Due to the weight
on the top of the car, the center of gravity is pulled away from the ground,
increasing the chance of a rollover accident.
- Driving aggressively: When a driver is carrying a high speed and then starts
making lane changes, the driver can easily lose control of their vehicle
Holding the Negligent Party Responsible for a Rollover Accident
In these types of accidents, you will need to prove the cause of the accident.
If a hazardous road condition is the cause of the accident, you can sue
based on the conditions of the road. If it was not the road condition
but was some sort of failure in the mechanics of your vehicle, you can
hold sue for that reason. Poor vehicle design, brake defects or any error
can be due to the negligence of a manufacturer. Other drivers can also
be held responsible for the accident. If a driver cuts you off or hits
your vehicle causing a rollover, you can fight to recover damages. Team
up with the best car accident lawyer in Brandon for help in this process.
Our firm can assist you in receiving compensation for your medical costs,
vehicle damage, pain and suffering plus much more.
Team Up With Boohoff Law, P.A.
If you have suffered from a rollover accident in Brandon, FL contact our
firm. We have experience when it comes to car accident cases and we can
help. By investigating your accident and gathering all the evidence to
support your case, we can assist you in fighting for the maximum possible
compensation. Need an attorney for a car accident case in Brandon?
Call Boohoff Law, P.A. today to schedule your
free initial consultation with us.