Injured in an SUV Rollover Accident?

Our Austin Auto Accident Attorney Explains Your Rights

An SUV rollover may cause spinal cord injuries, brain injuries, broken bones & more. SUVs, trucks and crossover vehicles are some of the most common types of passenger vehicles. In part, this is due to the fact that people enjoy the higher view of the road that these vehicles offer. That higher view comes with a cost, though. SUVs, trucks and crossover vehicles have a higher center of gravity that makes them prone to rolling over. While any vehicle can roll over under the appropriate circumstances, SUVs and the like have a much wider range of circumstances in which a rollover can occur. If you suffered serious injuries or lost a loved one in an SUV rollover accident, call our Austin injury lawyer to see what your options are.

SUV Rollover Accidents

Rollover accidents can cause major injuries, including:

If you or someone you love has been injured in an SUV rollover accident, you need to take immediate steps to ensure that the necessary evidence is preserved that will allow you to effectively protect your rights.

A Tradition of Honest and Competent Legal Representation Since 1978

At The Law Offices of Aaron Allison, our Austin auto accident attorney understands the challenges the victims of rollover accidents face. Our law firm brings extensive experience and skill that allows us to build highly effective cases for our clients. Attorney Aaron Allison learned about the art and science of practicing law from his father, the founder of the firm, as a teenager. Now, Aaron continues to assist victims of negligence, building upon the foundation of success and respect for the community his father established. He does not promise to take every case—only the legitimate ones that will likely recover compensation for the victim.

Contact an Austin Auto Accident Lawyer after and SUV Rollover for a Free Consultation

To schedule a free initial consultation with our Austin auto accident lawyer, call (512) 474-8346 or contact us online. We handle personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis. That means we take a percentage of a successful verdict or settlement. If there is not a verdict or settlement in your favor, you owe no attorney fees. There is no charge to meet with us and find out if you have a case.