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If two vehicles were involved in a rollover accident, the liable party's insurance company should pay the damages. In the case of technical defects, the car manufacturing company can be sued. A successful rollover accident lawsuit can bring compensation for both economic and non-economic losses. It is highly recommended to discuss the accident with a personal injury attorney in order to receive fair compensation for your damages.
If the accident involved another vehicle, the liable party's insurance company should pay the damages, in case the other driver owns insurance coverage. In certain cases, your own insurance company can pay the damages or a claim can be filed against responsible parties, including the vehicle manufacturing company. Besides auto manufacturers, negligent drivers that caused the rollover in the first place can and should be held responsible as well. A successful rollover accident lawsuit can bring compensation for both economic and non-economic loses, including medical bills, property damage, lost wages and pain and suffering. Because we know lawsuits can be expensive, we work on contingency fee basis, meaning you do not have to worry about not affording our services: we only get paid when and if you recover damages.