Truck Rollover Lawyer in Roswell
We Have Recovered Millions of Dollars for Our Clients
A common type of truck accident is a truck rollover, in which the truck flips onto its roof or side. The result can be disastrous, with all other involved drivers suffering serious injuries. Additionally, any other vehicles involved can sustain serious damage, causing severe injuries for anyone inside.
If you or a loved one was involved in a rollover accident and suffered harm, you may be eligible for an injury claim. Speak with a Roswell truck rollover attorney at Crow Law Firm to learn more. If you need financial compensation for an injury, you want an attorney with a track record of success.
At Crow Law Firm, we have been able to recover tens of millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements for our injured clients, and we are so confident in our ability to obtain the compensation our clients need, we will not accept payment until we are successful. You can trust in our 10+ years of experience in personal injury and our aggressive approach to litigation.
Have you been injured in a truck rollover accident in Roswell? Call (575) 222-2702 or contact us online to get started with a free initial consultation.
What Are Common Causes of Truck Rollover Accidents?
Rollover accidents are usually caused by a truck driver who is exceeding the speed limit and, given the high center of gravity, trucks can easily roll over when this happens. Our firm works with the victims of rollover accidents to bring them needed financial compensation.
Other causes of rollover accidents can include:
- Distracted driving
- Rain, snow, or ice
- Sharp turns
- Improperly loaded trucks
- Driver fatigue
- Abrupt maneuvers
- Steep hills
At Crow Law Firm we understand what is needed to recover compensation for those injured when they are harmed through no fault of their own. By means of aggressive representation, our Roswell truck accidents attorney can hold any and all responsible parties accountable.
What Are Common Injuries Sustained in Rollover Accidents?
When a large truck rolls over, both the truck driver and other drivers on the road are at risk. The truck driver may be tossed around the cabin or ejected from the vehicle, and other vehicles may be crushed by an out-of-control truck weighing up to 80,000 pounds.
Due to the enormous weight of large trucks, passenger vehicles usually collapse upon impact. Passengers inside of a collapsed vehicle rarely survive.
Even those lucky enough to survive a truck rollover are frequently left with serious injuries, including:
- Head injuries
- Traumatic brain injuries (TBI)
- Neck and spinal cord injuries (SCI)
- Facial injuries
- Injuries to the chest wall (thorax injuries)
- Fractures (broken bones)
- Extremity injuries (broken arms and legs)
Damages in a Truck Accident Lawsuit
These injuries can leave victims paralyzed, unable to breathe, and permanently disabled. Because truck accidents are most often caused by speeding or driver inattention (see the previous section), survivors should file suit against the truck driver and their shipping company to help with medical bills, missed wages, and a lifetime of serious adjustments.
A personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit can also give you a sense of justice and closure and help you take the first steps in the long path forward. Contact us online to get started on your case!
Who Is Liable in a Rollover Truck Accident?
Many parties may be liable for a rollover truck accident. If the truck driver was speeding, drowsy, or distracted at the time of the accident, they will face liability.
Most truck drivers work for shipping companies, as well, and employers are typically responsible for their employees’ actions. Worse, some shipping companies urge their drivers to violate federal trucking safety rules to meet unreasonable deadlines.
Further, many trucks roll over because of improperly balanced loads or overloading. When this is the case, the party that loaded the truck may face liability, as well. Crow Law Firm uncovers all sources of liability to help you recover the most compensation.
Compensation in Rollover Truck Accidents
Due to the serious nature of rollover truck accidents, compensation is usually high.
Injured or bereaved victims can recover damages for:
- Hospital bills and emergency transportation
- Ongoing medical care
- Missed wages
- Lost earning potential
- Pain and suffering
- Mental anguish
- Loss of enjoyment of life
- Assistive care and devices
- Special therapies
- Funeral costs
- Loss of companionship and support
- And more
While no amount of money will change what happened, having the correct resources can help you adjust to your injury and move forward with the care and support you need. If you lost a loved one, the compensation you receive can help you pay for their funeral and burial, offset the financial impact of their loss, and take the time you need to grieve.
How Crow Law Firm Works for You
Speaking with a lawyer after your accident should be your first move. Our firm can investigate the details of your accident to determine who was at fault. If the truck driver was speeding or otherwise behaving negligently, we can hold them responsible in a personal injury claim.
Even if the driver drove properly but the truck was not maintained or loaded correctly, we can pursue compensation from the liable parties. We can do whatever it takes to aggressively advocate for your rights and seek the compensation you need to pay your medical bills and move forward with your life.
Set up your free case evaluation for your truck accident injury claim by calling the firm at (575) 222-2702 today!
B.J. is very knowledgeable and really fought for my family.- Larry
B.J. Crow and his office did an excellent job fighting on my behalf.- Mike B.
I highly recommend Crow Law Firm!- Destiny C.
B.J. and his staff were extremely professional.- John B.
Crow Law Firm got me the compensation I deserved.- Former Client