Tirelessly Advocating For Rollover Accident Victims
If you or a loved one has been involved in a rollover accident, you know that the injuries that are caused by these types of accidents can be extremely serious. Recovery can be costly, as victims often need extensive hospital stays and long-term rehabilitation.
Expenses can quickly skyrocket, which is why it is important for auto accident victims to retain a qualified personal injury attorney. At Lipton Law, we have been successfully representing clients injured in motor vehicle accidents since 1964. We prioritize your needs when we advocate for you in Michigan courts or negotiating sessions.
Common Causes of These Types of Accidents
Many factors can result in a rollover accident. Our lawyers know how to build strong cases for victims, using evidence that represent your interests in a variety of rollover accident cases, including those caused by:
- Another driver’s negligence. Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, driving while distracted, falling asleep at the wheel or overly aggressive driving are all common negligent acts.
- Hazardous road conditions. Dangerous roads can also cause or contribute to a rollover accident — an improperly designed road, debris on the road and missing or malfunctioning traffic signals.
- Mechanical failure or defect. A rollover accident can also occur due to a faulty air bag, tire failure, poor suspension system design, defective brakes and more.
Proving Negligence in a Rollover Accident
It takes a skilled attorney to establish negligence in a rollover accident. At Lipton Law, we can help you prove the elements of negligence — duty, breach and causation — and we have the tenacity to see your case through to successful completion.
If you have been severely injured in a rollover crash or have lost a loved one in such an accident, contact the lawyers at Lipton Law. We can help you obtain compensation from all negligent parties so you can move on with your life. Contact us online or call our Southfield law office at 248-557-1688.