Pennsylvania and New Jersey Rollover Accident Attorneys
Rollovers occur in very few car accidents but due to the dangers they present, are often more dangerous that accidents in which a car stays upright. In some instances a rollover accident will occur when a vehicle is struck at a high speed, though a majority of rollover accidents are single-vehicle events. In fact, the leading causes of rollover accidents are tires hitting a soft shoulder or a top-heavy vehicle striking a curb or guardrail.
No matter if your accident involved one or multiple vehicles, you will need an experienced Pennsylvania and New Jersey rollover accident attorney on your side as soon as possible to help you get the compensation you deserve.
If you or a loved one has been involved in a rollover accident in Pennsylvania or New Jersey, please contact Wapner Newman or call 800.529.6600 today to schedule a free consultation with one of our accident attorneys.
Top heavy SUVs, minivans, and trucks are more likely to be involved in rollover accidents. For this reason, newer models of these vehicles are equipped with electronic stability control (ESC). ESC is designed to instantly shift breaking to individual wheels to prevent a vehicle from skidding or rolling over. According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, this feature has reduced single-vehicle SUV accidents by nearly 60 percent.
ESC is a wonderful feature but not enough to make up for shoddy design or poor safety features. Many rollover accidents occur during routine driving and both the tipping of the car and subsequent injuries may be a result of product defects.
Your Pennsylvania and New Jersey rollover accident attorney from our firm will thoroughly investigate the cause of your accident, identify the liable party, and fight to help you get the full compensation you are due.
To schedule a free consultation with an experienced Pennsylvania and New Jersey rollover accident attorney, please contact us today. We maintain offices in Philadelphia, Allentown, and West Conshohocken, Pennsylvania, as well as Marlton, New Jersey.