Rollover Accident Lawyer

Langdon & Emison’s trial attorneys are familiar with virtually every type of rollover accident, including those stemming from accidents involving side impacts, sharp turns, head-on collisions and rear-end impacts. If you or a loved one has been involved in a rollover accident – or to refer a rollover case to us – contact our firm for a free case evaluation at 866-931-2115 or fill out the form below.

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A Firm With Multi-Million Dollar Recoveries in Rollover Accident Cases

Clients and referring attorneys rely on Langdon & Emison to evaluate vehicle rollover cases for potential auto defects because of our deep experience and the results we have consistently obtained in auto product defect litigation nationwide. Our firm has a proven track record of success in high-profile vehicle rollover cases such as this example.

Castillo v. Ford, Ford Explorer/Michelin Tire Rollover
A Ford Explorer rolled over several times when the left rear tire detreaded, causing the vehicle to tramp and skate, run off the highway and roll down a steep embankment where it came to rest after hitting a tree. The accident caused catastrophic injuries and quadriplegia to the driver.

Rollover Car Accident Basics

More than 10,000 people are killed in vehicle rollover crashes each year. Electronic Stability Control (ESC) is an existing technology that minimizes loss of vehicle control and can prevent many rollovers; however, not all vehicles are equipped with ESC and rollovers continue to occur.

Langdon & Emison, one of the nation’s leading auto product liability law firms, brings three decades of experience litigating vehicle rollover cases on behalf of people who have been seriously injured or lost loved ones in accidents. In our experience, two types of vehicle design flaws that commonly contribute to the devastating injuries caused by vehicle rollovers include:

  • Faulty design in the suspension of the vehicle.
  • Poorly designed roof that crushes on impact.

Further, accidents involving tire failures should not result in rollovers. If, on a sharp turn, the tire deforms and the rim hits the pavement, causing a rollover, there is likely a defect in the overall design of the vehicle.

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