Get Compensation For Injuries You Suffered In A Rollover Accident

Rollover accidents often result in devastating head and spine injuries. Whether you were injured in a rollover accident or you lost a loved one in a fatal accident, you can turn to one of our lawyers for compassion and legal guidance during this difficult time.

At James F. Humphreys & Associates, L.C., we have been helping car accident victims in West Virginia and Washington, D.C., for more than 25 years.

Regardless of what caused the rollover accident, call 304-347-5050 to discuss your case with an attorney. You may be entitled to compensation.

You Can Rely On Our Experience And Knowledge In Rollover Accident Cases

Rollover accidents occur most often in multi-car collisions. They may also occur when a semitrailer or other vehicle clips the vehicle behind it when changing lanes on a freeway. In these cases, the party that caused the accident is responsible for your damages.

Even if the rollover occurred in a single-car accident, you may be entitled to compensation if:

  • The rollover was caused by a road defect.
  • Your vehicle was prone to rollover accident due to a design defect. For example, many SUVs are prone to rollover accidents because they are top heavy.
  • Your vehicle failed to protect you during a crash due to a defect in design or manufacturing. Examples of defects include a seat belt that failed to restrain you or a roof that crushed.

When appropriate, our lawyer works with engineers, accident reconstruction experts and other professionals to determine the cause of the accident. We also have a network of medical and financial experts who help us value your current and future losses. This is a critical step in calculating the amount of compensation you and your family will need for medical bills, pain and suffering, and lost wages.

We Offer Free Consultations. We Don't Charge Fees Unless You Recover Money.

To schedule a free consultation, please call 304-347-5050, or contact us online. We represent people in West Virginia and Washington, D.C.