Georgetown, Delaware Rollover Accident Attorneys
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Rollover truck accidents often cause serious injuries. In some cases, rollover accidents sometimes result in truck fatalities. This is especially true when tractor-trailers or other large commercial trucks roll over and crash into smaller passenger vehicles. Whatever the circumstance of your rollover truck accident, our legal team wants to help you.
Our Delaware rollover truck accident lawyers at Gill, Welsh, and Chamberlain, P.A. know what to do. That’s because our attorneys have more than 80 years of combined legal experience. We know what evidence to look for. We know what questions to ask. We are prepared to do the works that needs to be done to do the job right.
What is a rollover truck accident?
Rollover truck accidents are exactly what they sound like. If a large commercial truck rolls over on its side, that’s a rollover truck accident. The most common type of rollover truck accident often involves an 18-wheeler or semi-truck. Because these commercial trucks are so much larger than other vehicles on the road, rollover truck accidents are among the most serious crashes we deal with at our law firm.
Why do rollover truck accidents happen?
Rollover truck accidents happen for a wide range of reasons, many of which have to do with mistakes made by the truck driver or the trucking company that owns and operates the truck. Common causes of rollover accidents include:
- Reckless truck driver loses control of truck
- Truck driver drives too fast, especially around a curve, resulting in a rollover accident
- Truck’s brakes not properly maintained, fail to stop truck safely
- Truck tire blows out due to poor train maintenance
- Distracted truck driver loses control of truck
- Truck driver falls asleep at the wheel, loses control of truck
Your rollover truck accident may have been completely different. Every one is unique. That’s why it’s important to have a skilled attorney on your side, carefully investigating exactly what happened after your crash.
How can a rollover accident lawyer help me?
Rollover truck accidents might seem straightforward, especially if a commercial truck driver clearly caused your accident. The reality is many rollover accidents turn out to be far more complicated than many people expect.
The driver who caused your crash might deny doing anything wrong. The trucking company might do the same or try to prevent you from seeing evidence of wrongdoing. Then, there are the insurance companies. They often do everything they can to reduce or deny your claim. Why? Because your accident-related expenses could add up to thousands or millions of dollars.
You can count on us after your rollover truck accident. We know what evidence matters. We know what questions to ask. We frequently consult with accident reconstruction experts. We know how to negotiate effectively with trucking companies and insurance providers. If they refuse to cooperate, we will not hesitate to take them to court on your behalf.