Providing Legal Options Following Rollover Accidents

Pursuing A Product Liability Claim

A safely designed motor vehicle should not roll over in an accident. If it does, it may be a sign of defective design. In these instances, injured parties may be able to pursue a cause of action against the manufacturer. This is known as a product liability claim.

SUV Rollover And Unsafe Design Accidents

Auto manufacturers spend billions of dollars trying to make their products as safe as possible. Nonetheless, problems are occasionally overlooked. One issue that has been problematic in the past is SUV design. The center of gravity in these vehicles is higher than in cars. For this reason, these vehicles are more susceptible to rollover.

Decades Of Collective Experience

At the law firm of Manzi, Seccareccio & Merwin, P.C., our attorneys bring over 50 years of combined experience to help those in Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire who have been injured in rollover auto accidents.

When we handle an SUV rollover case or any other type of rollover case, we will investigate to determine if any of the blame can be placed on the manufacturer.

Pursuing A Claim Against The Other Driver

While defective design may play a role in some cases, in others the blame may rest squarely on the shoulders of the other negligent driver. If a driver recklessly runs a stop sign or a red light and causes a T-bone accident with another vehicle, the impact may lead to a rollover.

In these cases, our lawyers will take action to see that the negligent driver is held accountable. Our goal is to make certain you get full and fair compensation.

Schedule An Appointment Today To Learn About All Possible Options

If you or a loved one was involved in a rollover auto accident, reach out to our firm to schedule an appointment to talk about your legal options and possible compensation.

You can call our Lowell office at 978-703-8517 or our Woburn office at 781-304-8864. You can also reach us via email. We represent clients in Billerica, Chelmsford, Dracut, Tewksbury, Westford, Concord, Carlisle, Bedford and Nashua, New Hampshire.

Free consultations. Same-day appointments are available. Contingency fee arrangements.