Vehicles Prone to Rollover

A vehicle’s stability can be influenced by an array of factors, such as height, the width between tires, the design of its suspension system, or tire grip.

How Can We Help You in a Rollover Accident Case?

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

Sean M. Cleary

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Julie F. - Google Review

I would highly recommend Sean Cleary. Not only is he a very knowledgeable attorney he takes the time to explain the law to ensure you understand every aspect of your case. He is also very sensitive to the needs of you and or your family during very trying times.

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Van Rollover Kills Senior Citizen

Our family sought legal representation after a member of our family was killed in a rollover crash. Our case was settled prior to trial for a significant amount thanks to Mr. Cleary's hard work, wisdom and professionalism. He flawlessly handled our case and helped us get piece of mind after this traumatizing experience.

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Vehicles Prone to Rollover

Auto manufacturers can often be held responsible for rollover accidents either for defective design or improperly functioning safety equipment. Some vehicles are noteworthy for their propensity to roll over. While rollovers occur only in about 3% of all serious crashes, they account for about 30% of people killed while traveling in passenger vehicles. Next to head-on collisions, vehicle rollover accidents are the most deadly type of accidents that happen on US streets, roads and highways. At The Law Offices of Sean M. Cleary, we go to the scene of a Florida rollover crash immediately. Call us today in Miami at 305.416.9805.

 
 

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