SUV Rollover Attorney
by Patrick Austin
Austin is a freelance writer who covers entertainment and
sports for Vainquer magazine, and a multitude of life topics
Need an SUV Rollover Attorney?
Have you suffered an SUV rollover accident? Then you should consider
getting an SUV rollover attorney. One in every four new vehicles
sold in America today is an SUV. Though some SUVs, have a serious
safety problem--an unacceptable tendency to roll over.
More than twelve thousand people have died in SUV rollover accidents
since they were first introduced in the early 1980s. The government
largely ignored the problem until the highly publicized deaths
and injuries related to faulty Firestone tires mounted on Ford
Explorers were discovered in 2000. This is why you need to consult
an SUV rollover attorney if your vehicle has had rollover problems.
There is overwhelming evidence that some vehicles have a higher
risk of rollover then others. Vehicles with a high center of gravity
and a narrow wheelbase will roll more often. Rollovers typically
involve peak forces that are less than the forces involved in
frontal impacts, because the forces are distributed over a much
longer period of time as the vehicle rolls. As a result, manufacturers
can protect occupants during rollovers, but many fail to provide
even minimal protections because of increase costs. Hiring an
SUV rollover attorney could help in the fight to add more protection
to all SUVs.
All of these vehicles could potentially have rollover problems.
If you or someone you know has been involved in a rollover accident
in one of the following vehicles, please consult an SUV rollover
attorney. Here is the list:
Geo Tracker, Chevrolet Blazer, Chevrolet Tahoe, Ford Expedition,
Ford Explorer, Ford F150, Ford Bronco II, Ford Ranger, GMC Jimmy,
GMC Yukon, Jeep Grand Cherokee, Jeep Liberty, Kia Sportage, Lincoln
Navigator, Honda Passport, Jeep Cherokee, Mazda B-Series Excab,
Mercury Mountaineer, Mitsubishi Montero, Oldsmobile Bravada, Suzuki
Samurai, Nissan Pathfinder, Nissan Xterra, Toyota Tacoma, and
An SUV rollover attorney knows that the key to a successful presentation
of a rollover case usually depends on careful screening and analysis
of the factual and legal defenses that will be raised by the defendant.
Usually, defense attorneys attempt to place blame on the driver
for losing control of the vehicle and causing the accident. In
response, plaintiffs attorneys argue that an automobile manufacturer
should be liable for a design that causes or enhances injury,
even though it did not cause the accident.
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an SUV rollover attorney, and rollovers themselves, check out
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