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Rollover Accidents2018-05-24T23:11:16+00:00
Truck Accidents

Rollover Accidents

A rollover accident and accompanying injuries can come about in many ways. Driver error, mechanical failure, lack of sufficient steel reinforcement in a car’s roof or faulty roadway design may have been the underlying cause of a serious or catastrophic injury resulting from a rollover accident.

Did you or your loved one suffer a brain injury, spinal cord injury, broken bones or amputation in a rollover accident in NYC, Suffolk County, or Nassau County? RGLZ can help you discover the true cause of the accident. Knowing how a rollover accident occurred may well enable you to file an effective personal injury claim against the negligent party or parties:

  • Another driver
  • A product manufacturer
  • A roadway design engineering firm

Whether your rollover accident involved another vehicle or was purely a one-car crash, RGLZ can help maximize the compensation you are able to recover. Perhaps another driver did not collide with your vehicle, but ran you off the road, causing the rollover. If that driver was uninsured or underinsured (UI/UIM), you may be able to collect compensation through UI/UIM coverage that is part of your own auto insurance. Whatever your unique circumstances are, we are confident that we can help you obtain all compensation that is available. We’ve been handling complex auto accident cases like these for almost 5 decades.

After an NYC or Long Island rollover accident, the attorneys at RGLZ are more than prepared to guide and assist you. We’ve represented clients throughout New York in some of the most complicated car and truck accident claims over the years. Our attorneys handle personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis. This means you will owe no attorneys’ fees unless we recover compensation for you. So schedule a free consultation with us today. We guarantee you’ll be treated like family. Call 866-639-5567 or contact us by a e-mail, and you’ll see how we put the “personal” back into personal injury law.