At Butler Prather LLP, we have been on the cutting edge of auto defect product liability litigation for decades. Our Georgia rollover accident lawyers have obtained major verdicts and settlements for injuries caused by crushed roofs, unstable vehicles and other design defects.
Whether you have been seriously injured or have lost a loved one as a result of a vehicle that never should have rolled over in the first place or a roof that should have been able to withstand a low-speed rollover, we have the experience and reputation to fight for your rights.
If the roof of your vehicle crushed downward or inward during a rollover accident, there is a very real possibility that this was caused by a design in which the pillars of the roof contain holes to lighten the weight of the vehicle, sacrificing the strength that comes with a closed-pillar design.
Crushed roofs can cause brain injuries, spinal cord injuries and other catastrophic injuries and death in rollovers that would otherwise have resulted in relatively minor injuries.
Automakers know that the roof designs that cause these accidents are dangerous, but they try to justify them by relying on outdated federal safety standards and flawed rollover tests. Our firm is experienced at fighting these defenses.
Our attorneys have a track record of results in roof crush and rollover cases. The auto manufacturers know that we are prepared to take cases to trial and aggressively fight for clients who have been seriously injured and have lost family members as a result of defects in their vehicles.
Rollover accidents are often attributed to driver error. In reality, however, many vehicles on the road are designed with a dangerous tendency to roll over. In these cases, it is a defect in the stability and handling of the vehicle that causes the vehicle — not the driver — to lose control.
The auto industry has had the tools and know-how for years to improve vehicle handling and stability and reduce rollover accidents. Our firm has significant experience investigating and litigating claims involving unstable vehicles, including a $90 million jury verdict against Suzuki.
If you or family members have suffered injuries in a rollover or from a roof crush, you need an experienced Georgia auto defect lawyer to maximize your recovery. Contact us today for a free case evaluation.
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