Lincoln Navigator Rollover

The Lincoln Navigator was introduced to the market in 1997 by the Ford Motor Company as a luxury full-sized SUV. The Lincoln Navigator has sold well since its introduction and competes with other SUVs such as the Cadillac Escalade. Unfortunately, the Lincoln Navigator only scored a three out of five on the NHTSA rollover safety rating. SUVs, however, often have lower safety ratings due to their higher centers of gravity in comparison to cars. As such, those who drive Lincoln Navigators are at a risk of rollover and the consequences that come with it.

Causes of Lincoln Navigator Rollover

Lincoln Navigators can be involved in rollover accidents for a variety of reasons. Some of the most common reasons for vehicle rollover include the following:

  • Manufacturing error
  • Over-correction
  • High center of gravity
  • Lack of stability control system
  • Speeding
  • Driving under the influence

If you have been involved in a vehicle rollover accident and believe a third party is to blame, you may be eligible for financial compensation.

Contact a Lincoln Navigator Rollover Lawyer

In the event that a rollover accident is caused by the negligence of a third party like an auto manufacturer or another individual, victims should have access to aggressive legal representation. At Auto Defects, our lawyers are prepared to fight for your legal rights and help you seek the compensation you need. You do not have to face the aftermath of your accident alone. Call today to speak with an experienced rollover accident lawyer.

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