One of the most dangerous car accidents that can occur in Arizona or anywhere else in the country are rollover accidents. In fact, rollover accidents are responsible for almost 30 percent of all vehicle crashes. A rollover accident can involve one vehicle, or it can involve a crash with another vehicle. Regardless of how many vehicles are involved, if you were injured in a rollover crash that occurred due to another party’s negligence, a car accident lawyer in Glendale, AZ can help you get the damages you may be entitled to.
According to data provided by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), there are certain factors that seem to be present at rollover accidents and may be a leading contributor to why the accident happened. Some of the most common are:
Any victim of a rollover accident should seek medical attention immediately, even if they do not think they have been injured. There is always the risk of delayed symptoms, and the victim may be unaware they have sustained a bad injury, such as internal organ damage or internal bleeding. If the rollover accident occurred due to another party’s negligence, victims can pursue a car accident claim against the party for all medical expenses to treat their injuries. They may also be able to collect any loss of income they have if they are unable to work while they recover from their injuries, including if they suffer permanent disability that leaves them unable to return to work. Other damages a victim may be entitled to includes pain and suffering, emotional trauma, scarring, disfigurement, and more.
If you have been injured, contact Saavedra Law Firm, PLC to schedule a free consultation with a car accident lawyer in Glendale, AZ and find out what legal recourse you may have.