Pittsburgh Rollover Accident Lawyers

Personal Injury Lawyers Help Clients Recover from Catastrophic Injuries Suffered in Rollover Accidents in Pittsburgh, PA

At Goodrich & Geist, P.C., our Pittsburgh rollover accident lawyers have more than 50 years of collective experience helping injured victims recover monetary compensation after being injured through no fault of their own. We understand the anxiety and stress that recovering from an injury can place on you and your family, which is why we are ready to vigorously advocate on your behalf to help get you the financial resources you need to help you through your recovery and to get you back to your normal life.

A rollover accident is one of the more catastrophic types of motor vehicle accidents. Although modern vehicles have been designed to ensure occupants can survive a rollover, the violent forces involved in such an accident can still leave accident victims with serious, life-altering injuries, including broken bones, organ damage and internal bleeding, amputations, spinal cord injuries, and head and brain injuries. When a rollover accident is due to someone else’s fault, such as a negligent driver causing a collision, or a state or local government negligently maintaining a roadway whose condition creates a serious risk of drivers losing control of their vehicles, an injured rollover accident victim deserves to be compensated for his or her injuries and damages.

If you or a loved one have been injured in a rollover accident in Pittsburgh through no fault of your own, contact our firm today to set up a free consultation with one of our experienced motor vehicle accident attorneys to learn more about your legal rights and options and about how our firm may be able to help you secure the financial compensation you need and deserve.

Common Reasons Why Vehicles Suffer Rollover Accidents

Although some drivers cause their own vehicles to rollover due to speeding and reckless driving maneuvers, many drivers suffer a rollover accident due to no fault of their own for reasons such as:

Goodrich & Geist, P.C. Works Tirelessly to Secure Maximum Compensation for Victims of Pittsburgh Rollover Accidents

After you’ve been involved in a rollover accident that wasn’t your fault, you may be entitled to compensation for the damages that you’ve suffered as a result of your injuries, such as:

At Goodrich & Geist, our Pittsburgh rollover accident lawyers work tirelessly to determine how your accident occurred so that we can get to work securing the compensation you need and deserve. Our attorneys will thoroughly investigate your accident and work with expert witnesses to figure out how your rollover accident occurred and identify the party or parties that may have been responsible for your accident, such as another negligent driver if your rollover occurred due to a collision or due to a pileup on the road, a local or state government if your rollover was caused by poor road conditions, or your vehicle’s manufacturer or a part manufacturer if a defect in your vehicle initiated the rollover. Our firm will aggressively pursue the responsible party to provide you with fair and full compensation for your injuries and damages.

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Pittsburgh Rollover Accident Lawyers

A rollover accident can leave you with catastrophic, life-altering injuries. Don’t wait another day to begin the process of pursuing financial compensation that you may deserve. Contact Goodrich & Geist today to schedule a no-obligation consultation with one of our Pittsburgh rollover accident lawyers to discuss the details of your case and learn more about your legal rights and options.

Frequently Asked Questions about Rollover Accidents in Pittsburgh, PA

Am I still eligible to recover compensation if I was partially at fault for my rollover accident?

Yes. Pennsylvania follows a comparative negligence rule that allows an injured plaintiff to recover compensation so long as his or her share of fault for his or her accident and injuries does not exceed 50 percent. However, the injured plaintiff’s recovery will be reduced to reflect his or her share of fault. As an example, if you are injured in a rollover accident and suffer $100,000 in damages but are found to be 20 percent at fault for your accident, your recovery of $100,000 in damages will be reduced by $20,000 to reflect your 20 percent share of fault.

Do I have a case if I was injured in a single-vehicle rollover accident?

Potentially. Although a single-vehicle rollover accident may seem like a freak accident with no one to blame (or only you to blame), our Pittsburgh rollover accident attorneys will thoroughly investigate the circumstances of your accident. We may find evidence showing that your rollover accident was caused by poor road surface conditions, which might entitle you to bring a negligence claim against the governmental entity responsible for the road’s maintenance, or by a defect in your vehicle, which might entitle you to bring a product liability claim against your vehicle’s manufacturer or the manufacturer of the defective part.



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