Thursday, August 6th, 2015 at 8:02 pm
An 18-year-old Springville passenger is in critical condition after the car she was a passenger in lost control and rolled over several times into Hobble Creek Canyon on July 19, Fox 13 reported.
According to witnesses, a 16-year-old driver was managing a curve at approximately 30 mph when she suddenly lost control of the car, veered off the road edge, and rolled over many times before finally coming to a halt 100 feet below the roadway.
The 18-year-old passenger, who was thrown out of the vehicle, was rushed to the Utah Valley Regional Medical Center for six broken ribs, multiple spinal injuries, and multiple pelvic fractures. The 16-year-old driver, meanwhile, suffered from minor injuries.
Rollover accidents happen for a multitude of different reasons, such as recklessness, poor road conditions, and defective car components. At the Auto Defects, we help victims of injurious rollover incidents hold the offending parties responsible for the injuries you sustained. Call us at today and have your case assessed for free.
Monday, May 12th, 2014 at 10:44 pm
Authorities in Abilene report that a May 4 rollover accident involving four Abilene Christian University (ACU) students has left all four with injuries.
According to Abilene police, four ACU students were rushed to Hendrick Medical Center following a rollover accident that occurred just before 9 p.m. Three of the students were treated for injuries and later released. The other student, meanwhile, remains in stable condition.
According to witnesses, the car was heading northbound on Loop 322 near Highway 36 when the accident happened. The driver allegedly lost control and over-corrected.
The investigation is currently ongoing, although police believe that speed could have been a factor in this accident.
Many rollover accidents have resulted from ill-designed wheels, defective auto shocks, and poorly planned roads. If you believe that your involvement in a rollover accident was caused by another party, an experienced attorney at Willis Law Firm can help you explore your legal options. Contact us at (800) 883-9858 to receive the compensation you deserve.
Tuesday, April 15th, 2014 at 4:03 pm
Two adults and two children were hurt following a rollover crash that happened on U.S. Highway 52 in Pine Island, an online report stated Monday, April 14.
According to the Minnesota State Patrol, the accident happened at around 4 p.m. on Saturday when 43-year-old driver Sakhorn Thim lost control of her car while heading south along Highway 52 near milepost 62. All passengers were rushed to Olmsted Medical Center for non-serious injuries.
An initial investigation concluded that all of them were wearing seat belts when the crash happened.
No matter how cautious you are when driving, an ill-designed road, a faulty car design, or a defective tire might cause you to be involved in a rollover incident. If you have ever suffered from a rollover accident, a lawyer at the Auto Defects might be able to help you seek justice and compensation from all the suffering and losses you have incurred. Call us today at .
Thursday, April 10th, 2014 at 5:47 pm
Four occupants of a 1992 Ford Explorer all sustained injuries after it hit a tree and rolled over on the eastbound shoulder of Highway 20 near Cold Springs Road in Deschutes County on Monday, March 31.
The police arrived at the scene at around 11:30 p.m. and found that all four occupants were hurt after the incident. Two young children were treated for minor injuries. The driver and her adult passenger, on the other hand, were both rushed to St. Charles Bend, where the driver was considered in serious condition.
An initial investigation showed no signs of alcohol or substance intoxication, and all four occupants were wearing their seat belts when the crash happened.
Rollover accidents such as this can cause physical and emotional trauma that is difficult for a person to overcome. Unfortunately, as we at the Auto Defects are aware, many of these accidents are the result of a defective vehicle or another person’s negligence. If you have been injured in such an accident, call us at to begin exploring your legal options.
Tuesday, March 25th, 2014 at 4:45 pm
A one-car rollover crash that happened in Sandwich on Sunday, March 16 left one driver seriously injured, Sandwich police reported.
At 12:27 a.m., Sandwich police responded to a road incident involving a 2004 Toyota Sienna van that rolled over on 365 Route A. The 19-year-old driver Olivia MacLeod was immediately ejected from the vehicle, causing her to sustain serious injuries.
A MedFlight helicopter rushed MacLeod to Boston Medical Center.
The physical and even emotional harm caused by a rollover accident such as this can significantly affect you and your family. At the Auto Defects, our lawyers strive to help victims of rollover crashes evaluate their legal options and possibly seek much needed justice and financial compensation. Call us now at for an evaluation of your situation.
Wednesday, February 26th, 2014 at 10:29 pm
A single car rollover accident on Saturday, February 15 left one man severely injured, a report by the Albuquerque Journal revealed.
The Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Office stated that around 3:30 p.m., 28-year-old Rafael Quintero of Tesuque was heading northbound on NM 599 when his 2004 Jeep veered to the left of the road, causing the vehicle to flip over about two or three times before coming to a rest.
The Sheriff’s Office also confirmed that Quintero was wearing a seat belt during the accident, and no signs of alcohol intoxication were present.
Sadly, dangerous rollover accidents such as this are sometimes caused by a poorly designed vehicle. If you have been involved in such a traumatic incident, let our legal team at the Auto Defects help you assess your legal options. Call us at to find out how we might be able to help you file a lawsuit.
Wednesday, February 5th, 2014 at 6:07 pm
On Saturday, February 1st, one person died in a rollover accident in Odessa.
According to a report from the Odessa American, the accident occurred on I-10 after former Lobo basketball player, A.J. Hardeman, fell asleep at the wheel and hit a guard rail, causing his vehicle to roll over. Due to the impact of the collision, Adrianna Gatt, a passenger, was thrown from the vehicle. Gatt was pronounced dead at the scene when police arrived.
Hardeman’s daughter was also in the vehicle at the time of the crash. Both Hardeman and his daughter were rushed to a local hospital and later released.
Losing a loved one in such an accident is both unfortunate and devastating. Our legal team at the Auto Defects extends their condolences to the family and friends of the victim.