Columbus Rollover Accident Attorney
According to National Highway Traffic Safety Administration data, occupants are 10 times more likely to sustain fatal injuries in rollover accidents than in other types of car accidents.*
Sport utility vehicles are more prone to rollovers than other vehicles. These “untripped” rollovers happen when a driver turns the wheel too sharply. This is frequently a manufacturing defect, not a fault of the driver — a sharp turn should never cause a rollover.
When consumers are injured due to the mistakes of vehicle and part manufacturers, distributors, dealers and wholesalers, they deserve accountability and fair compensation.
Ohio Personal Injury Lawyer
If you were injured in a rollover accident, we are here for you.
We will bring the highest level of expertise to each of our cases, regardless of the complexity of the issues or the seriousness of the injuries. We will start building your case immediately so you can focus on healing.
Contact Our Columbus Car Accident Attorneys
For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced Columbus, Ohio, rollover accident lawyer, please contact Clark, Perdue & List via email or at 614-469-1400. We will meet you free of charge to explain your legal rights and make suggestions for immediate action. We can meet at your home or even in the hospital.
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