Passenger Car Rollover & Defect Lawyer

Passenger cars while very stable can still be involved in a rollover accident when the vehicle is “tripped” and causes the vehicle to lose it directional stability. When this happened many other safety systems come into play and can mean the difference in life and death for the occupants. 20151214_145822Sadly however passenger cars like SUV & trucks may have defective parts and poorly engineered cause these and accidents and others that can make the injuries worst including:

  • Weak Roof Pillars and Roof Supports that Crush and Collapse
  • Defective Door Locks and Latches that Open during a Car Wreck or Rollover
  • Defective Airbags that Fail to Deploy and Protect
  • Seat & Shoulder belts that allow too much slack in the system – Retractor Defect
  • Takata Airbags that Explode Metal Pieces and Shrapnel
  • Seatbelts, retractor and buckles that fail to secure
  • Defective Tires, Tire Tread Separation and Blowouts
  • T-Bone and Side Impacts Collisions with Insufficient Side Impact Protection Bars and Beams
  • Keyless Ignitions / Remote Starts that Accidently Start the Vehicle Emitting Dangerous Carbon Monoxide

As mentioned above one the most dangerous types of car accidents that an individual can be involved in is when a car completely rolls over onto its roof one or more rollover-passsnger-car-2006-lexus-350-300x215times and the roof collapses severely injuring the occupants. In these accidents, the potential injury risks faced by passengers can be life-altering, ranging from broken bones, spinal cord injuries, permanent brain damage and death. As a result, passenger car manufacturers who create vehicles that are particularly prone to rollover accidents may be held accountable for the effects that these accidents have on the lives of accident victims.

Passenger car rollover victims should not have to shoulder the burden of an accident caused by a defective or poorly designed vehicle on their own. Many  innocent victims have died due defective airbags, seatbelts, tire defects and lack of adequate side impact collision protection. If you have been injured in a passenger car rollover or vehicle accident, the lawyers at the Willis Law Firm realize the extent to which your life may have been affected, and we are dedicated to helping the victims of these accidents take action against the party responsible for their needless suffering.

Common Passenger Car Rollover Injuries

At the Willis Law Firm we have been helping passenger car rollover victims fight for justice for years. While most people associate rollover accidents with larger vehicles, such as SUVs and pickup trucks, a passenger car, when designed poorly, can be just as much of a risk to motorists, and those involved in a passenger car rollover accident may find themselves with serious injuries, including:

  • Amputations
  • Fractures
  • Contusions
  • Brain Injuries
  • Spinal Injuries
  • Closed Head Injuries
  • Loss of Limbs
  • Paralysis

These and other potential passenger car accidents type injuries can be extremely difficult to cope with on your own, but the compensation that may be available through a product liability or rollover lawsuit can help injury victims to get back on their feet.

Speak with a Passenger Car Rollover Attorney

If you have been injured as a result of a passenger car rollover, we are ready to help you take action against the responsible party.  Contact a passenger car rollover lawyer at the attorneys from the Willis Law Firm at 1-800-883-9858 to discuss the details of your situation with a member of our experienced legal staff, and get started developing your case today.

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