Have You Been Injured in an SUV Rollover Crash in West Virginia?
Attorney David A. Sims Represents SUV Rollover Crash Victims
If you sustained an injury in a SUV rollover crash in West Virginia, Attorney David A. Sims will recover damages for the medical bills, lost income, and pain and suffering that you experienced. Attorney Sims represents SUV rollover crash victims and holds the manufacturers and other liable parties responsible for their negligence and incompetence that contributed to your injuries and losses.
Sport Utility Vehicles (SUVs) are among the most accident-prone automobiles on the road today. Their poor design, with untenable high center of gravity and narrow wheel base, combined with the propensity of their owners to load them to maximum capacity with gear of all types at the encouragement of the manufacturer, is a recipe for disaster.
Faulty Manufacturing Can Lead to Crushed SUV Roofs
Liability Matters in SUV Rollover Accidents
When a rollover accident results in a crushed roof, the at-fault party tends to be the automobile manufacturer, because the roof was not made strong enough to support the vehicle. Some liability may also belong to the driver of the SUV in certain circumstances. Our law office has the experience and expertise to determine where to place liability.
Vehicles have safety-tested weight limits and it is up to each vehicle owner to be aware of the carrying capacity and not exceed that limit. For accidents involving an SUV, we can also determine whether that vehicle carried a load beyond its safe hauling capacity.
You can learn more about SUV rollover crashes and how to avoid them at this website, courtesy of the NHTSA.
The Law Offices of David A. Sims, PLLC, is aware of the manufacturing defects that lead to SUV accidents and we will investigate and present evidence to place liability with the vehicle operator or manufacturer as appropriate to secure fair compensation for you.
Devastating and Fatal Injuries from SUV Rollover Accidents
The following types of devastating injuries, and death, are common in SUV rollover-type crashes:
- Head Injuries
- Loss of Limbs
- Traumatic Brain Injury
Nearly all people in rollover crashes who do not wear seat belts die from being thrown from the vehicle. We cannot stress how important it is to wear your seat belt every time that you get into a vehicle. If you or a loved one have experienced a loss, injury, or death as a result of an SUV rollover accident, contact the law office of Attorney David A. Sims today.