Vehicle Rollover Accidents
Call our Nashville car accident attorneys for help!
When a vehicle rolls over, drivers and passengers can suffer severe
spinal cord injuries—and even
wrongful death. If you or someone close to you has been injured in a rollover accident,
the attorneys at Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge are here to stand up
for your rights. We have extensive experience helping
car accident victims and a proven record of success winning favorable settlements and
jury awards for people like you.
Do not hesitate to contact us todayto speak with an experienced Tennessee car accident lawyer.
Common Causes of Rollover Accidents
Rollover accidents are especially violent, dangerous forms of accidents
that can result in
catastrophic injuries to those who are involved. While there are numerous factors that can play
a role in the causing of them, there are a few conditions that can lead
to them occurring.
Some of the common causes include the following:
Vehicle Type – Due to a high center of gravity, certain vehicles are more prone
to rollover in a crash. Examples of rollover-prone vehicles include sport
utility vehicles (SUVs), pick-up trucks, and vans.
Speed – Fatal rollover accidents are more likely to include excessive speeding
than fatal non-rollover crashes. For example, an estimated 40% of fatal
rollovers involved excessive speed.
Alcohol – According to the NHTSA, almost half of all fatal rollover crashes involved alcohol.
Location – Often, fatal rollovers occur on rural roads that do not have dividers or
barriers of any kind. These roads are also commonly where the posted speed
limit is 55 miles per hour or higher.
Talk to a Skilled Nashville Rollover Accident Lawyer
If you or someone close to you was injured in a rollover accident, our
attorneys are here to help. We work with experts in auto manufacturing
and other relevant fields who help us determine the causes of accidents
and build compelling cases for our clients. We will put our skill and
resources to work for you to help you obtain justice and compensation.
To discuss the specifics of your case, contact our lawyers today.