Orange County Rollover Accident Attorney

Have you wrongfully suffered because of a rollover accident?

One of the most serious car accidents that can occur is a rollover accident. While not seen as often as many other types of accidents, this accident causes some of the most serious injuries, often fatal ones. Those who are in the vehicle during a rollover accident are vulnerable to ejections as well as crush injuries if the roof collapses. Seeking compensation for these kinds of injuries can be more complicated than other accidents, as they are typically not caused by other drivers.

Fortunately, our Orange County car accident lawyers have extensive experience practicing personal injury law and know what it takes to win. At Cohn & Swartzon, P.C., we have recovered more than $50 million dollars on behalf of our clients, because we thoroughly investigate the circumstances surrounding a crash to determine who or what caused it. When you come to our firm, you can trust that we can do everything in our power to hold the responsible party accountable for your damages.

Our team is dedicated to you. Call us for help pursuing the justice you deserve!

Determining Liability in a Rollover

Rollover accidents rarely involve more than one vehicle, which means there is no other driver to pursue compensation from. Still, this does not mean that the accident was your fault. Our team of legal professionals can conduct extensive analysis regarding the safety of your vehicle and the maintenance of the road to determine whether or not another party may have caused your accident.

You could be entitled to compensation if:

  • There was negligence because of an auto part failure or a tire failure
  • A poor design led to the rollover
  • The road was built in a way that increased your risk of a rollover
  • The road was not properly maintained, leading to the accident

If we find any of the aforementioned conditions to exist, we can pursue just compensation from a number of different parties. For instance, if your vehicle was not safely designed or the parts were defective, the car manufacturer or distributor can be held liable. Manufacturers and automobile companies have a responsibility to ensure that their products are safe for consumption and afford adequate protection in the event of an accident.

Furthermore, the government agencies that hold jurisdiction over the road on which your accident occurred are responsible for maintaining its safety. This means adequately monitoring obstructions that may exist and cause tripping accidents, including debris in the road, potholes, ditches, or uneven pavement. If an agency failed to monitor their road and such an obstruction caused your rollover accident, we can help you stand up to them and pursue justice.

Have an AV Rated® Law Firm in Your Corner

If you were injured or lost a loved one in a rollover accident, your primary focus should be on your recovery and the healing of your family. Unfortunately, these injuries and deaths can bring with them heavy financial burdens due to medical bills, lost wages, and potential funeral costs. If your rollover accident was caused by the negligence of another party, you should not have to suffer these damages in addition to those you've already been forced to endure.

At Cohn & Swartzon, P.C. our car accident attorneys in Orange County are dedicated advocates for victims of negligence in Orange County. Over our 30 years of experience, we have successfully fought for numerous individuals who sustained injuries in rollover accidents. Furthermore, our dedication to success means that we only operate on contingency fees: you do not pay unless we recover for you.

Take the first step toward justice; schedule your free consultation today!

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