Rollover Accidents In Florida Happen Fast, Often Cause Serious Injuries
Rollover accidents happen for many reasons. Sometimes, they're classic examples of reckless driving accidents or speeding accidents. Other times, car defects are to blame, whether it's the auto manufacturer of certain SUVs prone to rolling over or the company that makes certain parts, such as defective tires. Whatever the reason, if you've been injured in a rollover accident, contact David Glatthorn, a no-nonsense, hard-working West Palm Beach rollover accident lawyer serving all of Florida.
Rollover accidents can leave victims with serious injuries that require medical treatment for months or even years. Surgery, hospitalization, therapy and medication may be needed, and the expenses can add up very quickly. In addition, victims may lose income as a result of not being able to work because of their injuries.
There are so many different factors to consider after a rollover accident. Was the other driver who caused the rollover accident driving under the influence? Were there problems with the condition of the road? Did the other driver who initiated the rollover accident make any sudden movements that caused other drivers to swerve and collide into each other?
Attorney Glatthorn can work with you to examine all these factors. He has more than 30 years of experience investigating car accidents. He knows what evidence to look for, whether he's reviewing a police report or examining the actual scene of the accident. He's also a Board Certified trial lawyer with a strong track record for obtaining large, often multi-million-dollar verdicts and settlements.