Fort Lauderdale Rollover Accidents Injury Lawyers

When a vehicle rolls over, the driver and passengers can sustain serious injuries to the head, neck, and spinal cord. Rollover accidents often result in multiple injuries – broken bones, cuts, and concussion, to name a few. Crush injuries and ejection-related harms are also common in rollovers. They are second only to head-on collisions in terms of the severity of the crash. Vehicles may rollover for a number of reasons. Negligent drivers, dangerous roadway conditions, and defective vehicle parts have all caused rollovers in Fort Lauderdale.

Common Reasons for Vehicle Rollover Accidents

Rollovers are very serious accidents that often leave victims permanently disabled, disfigured, or scarred. These catastrophic injuries deserve attention from dedicated personal injury attorneys in Fort Lauderdale. Jason and Debi Chalik at the Chalik & Chalik Law Firm work on cases personally to get to the bottom of who may be responsible for paying for the massive damages rollovers can cause. In the firm’s experience, they’ve seen rollovers due to:

No matter what you believe caused your rollover, talk to an attorney. First, seek medical help for your accident-related injuries. Gather information such as your police report, the names of anyone else on the scene, and your medical records. Then, come to our Fort Lauderdale office for a free consultation regarding your legal opportunities moving forward.

Wrongful Death Lawsuits After Rollover Accidents

Sadly, rollover accidents have high fatality rates for drivers and passengers. These accidents are often volatile enough to inflict mortal wounds. If a loved one died in a rollover crash, seek help from an attorney. Even if it was a single-vehicle crash, it may not have been completely your loved one’s fault. There may have been an issue with the vehicle or a hazard in the road that made him/her swerve too sharply. Single-vehicle rollovers may come down to third party liability, such as that of a product manufacturer or careless roadway maintenance crew.

Talking with a qualified attorney can help you learn if your loved one’s death gives you the right to file for wrongful death in the city of Fort Lauderdale. In Florida, you have two years from the date of the death to file this type of claim, which is less than the deadline for filing a personal injury claim. Don’t wait and run the risk of missing the deadline, as this can lead the courts to refusing to hear your case. Call the Law Office of Chalik & Chalik today for expert legal advice and a free, no obligation consultation.