If you or a loved one has been injured in a utility truck accident, contact us to speak with a skilled Miami car accident lawyer.
When you are involved in a rollover accident, it is necessary to determine, first of all, who is at fault and second if there is insurance to cover for that accident.
Rollover rates are higher for light trucks, compared to passenger cars, and for vehicles driven by males and younger drivers. Being an occupant in a light truck diminishes the likelihood of a fatal injury given a single-vehicle rollover. Similarly, higher vehicle occupancy increases the probability of a truck rolling over given involvement in a single-vehicle crash, but it diminishes the risk of occupant deaths. Utility trucks may come in the form of garbage trucks, water trucks, gas trucks, sewer trucks, sewage trucks, street sweepers, snowplows, cherry pickers, bulldozers, excavators, and asphalt-laying trucks, among others.