Orlando Vehicle Rollover Lawyers
Experts Accepting Cases in Jacksonville, Ft. Myers, Naples & Beyond
Vehicle rollover accidents often result in spinal injuries, broken bones, internal injuries, brain and head injuries, or death. Factors that can cause rollovers include negligence, carelessness of other drivers, and road conditions or faulty tires. Close to 40% of rollover accidents resulting in deaths involve speeding and half of the fatal accidents involve a driver’s consumption of alcohol or drugs.
The Trial Professionals P.A. has been advocating for injury victims throughout Florida for years and have offices in Orlando, Miami, Naples, Jacksonville, Daytona Beach, Delray Beach, Ft. Myers, and surrounding areas. Our team does not back down in the face of tough legal battles.
Let our Orlando vehicle rollover lawyers review your case today. Call us at (855) 375-9959.
Causes of Rollover Accidents
The great majority of rollover accidents—around 90%—involve routine driving maneuvers (going straight or negotiating a curve) at the time of the crash. This suggests that driver behavior (distraction, inattentiveness, speeding, and impaired driving) plays a significant role in rollover crashes.
Other factors that can contribute include:
- Driving under the influence
- Texting / talking on the phone
- Tire blowout
- Defective or dangerous vehicle design
Defective tires account for nearly 11,000 car crashes each year, and many of those crashes result in incapacitating injury, long-term back or neck injuries, or death. In some cases, tire manufacturers construct or design tires improperly causing tread to separate from the metal, and in other cases negligent drivers or mechanics fail to properly inspect and maintain tires. The condition is called “tread separation” or “tread detachment.”
Let Our Firm Hold Parties Accountable After Your Accident
When it becomes known that a tire manufacturer has provided faulty tires, the manufacturer will issue a recall of those tires thus indicating they have been putting drivers and pedestrians at unnecessary risk of serious injury or death. Other times mechanics and car servicers fail to properly inspect tires before the car leaves the shop. Proper tire maintenance in passenger vans is especially important, as these vehicles have a higher risk of rollovers. When vehicle owners, drivers, and service professionals fail to properly inspect all aspects of a vehicle’s tires, including over or under inflation, overloading or tire aging their negligence can lead to serious accident with other vehicles.
If you or a loved one has been injured a result of an accident caused by improper maintenance or manufacturing of a tire, contact the dedicated Orlando vehicle rollover attorneys at The Trial Professionals P.A. for a free case evaluation.
You can reach us at (855) 375-9959 to discuss your vehicle rollover accident claim.