Some types of vehicles, such as SUV, are more likely to roll over during a motor vehicle accident than other types. Vehicles that are top heavy are more likely to be put in a rollover position when a corrective action is made at the wheel, such as swerving to miss an animal on the road or hydroplaning on water or ice. The majority of rollovers occur when the driver loses control of the vehicle for some reason, or when he or she accidentally runs off the road. When a vehicle rolls over, it can cause substantial injuries and even death.
If you or a loved one have been injured in a vehicle rollover accident, you may be entitled to receive compensation for: