Rollover Accidents

Were You Seriously Injured In A Car Crash?

Rollover crashes are some of the most dangerous types of vehicle accidents and often cause serious injuries to anyone inside and considerable damage to the vehicle itself. While SUVs, trucks, vans, etc. are more likely to flip, any car can roll in the right situation. If someone else’s actions caused your vehicle to flip and caused serious injuries to you or your passengers, you may be able to file a lawsuit to secure the compensation you need to cover any damages you may have incurred.

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Car crashes can be the most stressful experience you ever face, and when they are the result of someone else’s negligent or wrongful actions it’s important to hire legal representation you can rely on to help you put together a strong case. At MayesTelles PLLC, our Phoenix car accident lawyers understand what it takes to fight for and secure the compensation you deserve. Contact us today to discuss your situation with a member of our firm and work out a plan of action that works for you.

How Can A Vehicle Roll?

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports that rollover crashes are some of the most deadly types of accidents on the road. According to its information, around one in every three deaths on the road are caused by these types of crashes, claiming an estimated 10,000 lives every year. Some of the most influential factors that can cause a rollover accident include:

  • Speeding: More than half of all rollover accidents occur when the driver of the vehicle was going the speed limit, and an estimated 75 percent of those occurred on roads where the speed limit was 55 miles per hour or above.
  • Driving Under The Influence: Nearly half of all rollover crashes occurred when the driver of the vehicle was impaired in some way, though in some cases the driver had a blood alcohol content (BAC) under the legal limit.
  • Routine Driving Maneuvers: According to the NHTSA, over 90 percent of deadly rollover accidents occurred when the driver of the vehicle attempted to perform a basic driving maneuver like going in a straight line or making a turn, which leads officials to believe that the negligent driver may not have been paying attention to the road or speeding at the time of the crash.

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Hire An Attorney You Can Trust

If you were seriously injured in a rollover accident, our Phoenix car accident attorneys at MayesTelles PLLC are ready and waiting to listen to your story and help you put together a plan of action that best suits your needs. Give us a call at (602) 428-7104 to discuss your situation over the phone, or send us the details of your case through our online form to start out with a free case evaluation today.

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