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Rollover Accidents Should Not Happen

All vehicles are supposed to be designed for safety and stability. Vehicles meant primarily to carry passengers — cars and passenger vans — must meet higher safety standards than, for example, delivery vans. One critical design goal is that the vehicle should resist rollover, both in the course of normal operation and in the case of an accident.

Rollover accidents are extremely dangerous for passengers.

  • The tremendous force of a rollover accident causes serious neck and spinal cord injury.
  • Roof crush or cave-in is a primary cause of serious brain injury.
  • Passengers are much more likely to be thrown from the vehicle, resulting in fatal injuries.

Unfortunately, some models of the very popular SUV body type are prone to rollover because of the way they are designed. While these vehicles may have a good restraint system and a strong roof to prevent cave-ins and head injuries, passengers still suffer very serious injuries in SUV rollovers.

The Louisiana SUV rollover accident lawyers at Weems, Schimpf, Haines, Shemwell & Moore (APLC), have handled many product liability cases involving injuries from design defects. When you need experienced legal help, contact our personal injury firm for a consultation.

Full Financial Recovery After Rollover Accident Injuries

Traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury leading to paralysis, broken backs and necks — these auto accident injuries are life changing. Families will face high medical bills and extended rehabilitative therapy. In some instances the victim will be permanently disabled and will require round-the-clock care.

The financial cost of serious injuries is more than most families can handle, both immediately and through the years.

Our car accident attorneys have a great deal of experience maximizing the amount of insurance recovery for personal injury claims. We have obtained multimillion dollar recoveries for seriously injured clients. When a large settlement is received, an attorney can help you structure that settlement to ensure the funds are available as long as needed.

Our Shreveport Car Accident Attorneys

Combined, Carey Schimpf, and Kenneth P. Haines have over 50 years of legal experience handling personal injury cases. All of our personal injury attorneys have vast jury trial experience.

Initial consultation: Contact a Shreveport car accident attorney at Weems, Schimpf, Haines, Shemwell & Moore (APLC) after a rollover accident. No attorney fees unless we collect compensation for you.


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