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Minnesota Rollover Accident Attorneys & Lawyers

One of the most traumatic types of accidents that can occur are those that involve a vehicle rollover. In the aftermath of a rollover accident you, or a member of your family, can suffer extremely serious injuries. Fatality rates are higher than with any other type of crash. Consequently, it is imperative that you engage the services of a qualified, experienced and dedicated Minnesota rollover accident attorney to fight for the compensation you deserve.

OVERVIEW OF ROLLOVER ACCIDENTS
There are two general categories of rollover accidents:

Design Defect: Some rollover accidents occur as the result of a design defect. SUV rollovers are the most common example of a design defect rollover case. SUVs are designed with a high center of gravity, which make them more likely to tip and roll over than vehicles. Statistics show that SUV rollovers are three times as likely to occur than a similar situation with passenger vehicles.

Negligence: Other rollover accidents result from the negligence of other drivers on the roadway. As a result of failing to yield, inattentive driving, driver fatigue, driver intoxication or other careless conduct, drivers end up having their vehicles violently rollover, causing serious damage and injury.

ACCESS TO THE RIGHT EXPERTS
Not only do we have qualified rollover accident attorneys available to you through our law firm, we have access to invaluable experts and resources. For example, in a rollover case it is imperative that we be able to demonstrate precisely how and why the accident occurred. We’ve worked with some of the top accident reconstructionists in Minnesota and throughout the country. In design defect cases, we must rely on relationships with vehicle engineers.

COMPENSATION FOR ROLLOVER ACCIDENT VICTIMS
Our lawyers possess a thorough understanding of Minnesota’s motor vehicle insurance laws. If you’ve been injured in a rollover accident, you may be entitled to recover damages, including lost wages, medical bills, replacement service benefits, pain and suffering and, in some instances, punitive relief.