Rollover Accident Lawyer
Written by Joseph A. Nagy, Edmonton Injury Lawyer
I am an Edmonton rollover accident lawyer. My specialty is helping clients who have suffered injuries from motor vehicle accidents.
If you were injured in a rollover car accident or rollover truck accident, I can help you. I urge you to call (780) 760-4878 (HURT) or contact me, Joseph A. Nagy, to discuss the steps I can recommend to ensure your insurance company treats you fairly. I offer free consultations, and you are under no obligation to hire me as your rollover accident lawyer.
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Rollover car accident and rollover truck accident cases require litigation to discover all the facts regarding what the driver was aware of before and during travel. Look for a qualified injury lawyer with rollover accident experience, someone who:
- cares about you
- knows the legal precedents
- has a team of experts to investigate and assess evidence in police reports, eyewitness accounts, etc.
- knows how to deal with insurance companies.
To learn more about how an injury lawyer can help you, read my blog: Top 5 Reasons to Hire an Edmonton Injury Lawyer.
Common causes of vehicle rollover accidents include:
- driving too fast for road conditions
- falling asleep while driving
- road hazards like potholes, freshly laid gravel, and black ice on highways
If you’ve been injured in a rollover accident, call an experienced, knowledgeable car accident lawyer to make sure your insurance company provides fair compensation.
Rollover accidents don’t just damage vehicles. Rollover accidents can result in a variety of often severe injuries to the vehicle occupants such as:
- spinal cord injuries
- brain injuries
- orthopedic injuries.
If you’ve been injured in a rollover accident, contact a qualified personal injury lawyer to make sure you receive the maximum fair compensation from the insurance company.
When a vehicle collision or rollover happens in “black ice” conditions, the insurer often argues that the driver was not negligent due to the “black ice” conditions. If successfully argued, this “inevitable accident” defence means the injured person is not entitled to any compensation. This defence is difficult to maintain. Call (780) 760-4878 (HURT) or contact me, Joseph A. Nagy, to discuss the steps I can recommend so that you obtain the compensation you deserve.
The standard auto policy (S.P.F.No.1) provides exclusions for coverage when a vehicle is involved in a “race or speed test.” But driving too fast for road conditions does not automatically mean that you are in a “race or speed test.” You should consult with a qualified injury lawyer. Call (780) 760-4878 (HURT) or contact me, Joseph A. Nagy, to discuss the steps I can recommend so that you obtain the compensation you deserve.
In Franko v. Zurich Insurance Co. 1999 AJ No. 173 (Q.B. (Q.L.), the Courts stated “Mere speed, or carelessness or even dangerousness does not necessarily lead to the conclusion that a race was in progress.”