Rollover and Roof Crush Accidents  - Miami Car Accident Lawyer Sean M. Cleary

If you or a loved one has been injured in a rollover crash in Florida, we can help you recover compensation for your injuries.

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When you are involved in a rollover accident, it is crucial to determine, first of all, who is at fault and second if there is insurance to cover for that accident.

Sean M. Cleary
Rollover and Roof Crush Accidents

Each year, more than 280K vehicle rollovers are reported across the United States, claiming more than 10K lives. While only 8% of the vehicles involved in an accident end up in a rollover, they are responsible for 20% of serious traffic injuries and 30% of deaths. In Florida, nearly 550 vehicle rollovers occur in fatal accidents, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Most fatal rollover accidents are single-vehicle crashes that occur on weekend nights. Drivers are often males under 25 who drive at high speed under the influence of alcohol. Rollover accidents are more prevalent among top-heavy vehicles, such as sport utility vehicles and trucks.

 

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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.

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