Seconds Count: What to do in a Rollover Accident

Windsor Car Accident LawyersA car accident can have many traumatic physical and emotional effects on both you and your family. Within seconds, your life can change forever.

The lawyers at Greg Monforton and Partners represent injured car accident victims who don't know where else to turn. Our lawyers combine compassion with compelling arguments to help families get the justice that they deserve. 

If you or someone you love has been injured in an auto accident in Windsor, contact our law firm today to schedule a free review of your potential legal claim.

Automotive rollovers account for some of the highest percentages of fatal traffic crashes and are considered to be among the most dangerous types of collisions.

So, what do you do if you end up upside down? The number one thing you want to do is remain calm and check for any injuries. Then take the following steps:

  • Take a few deep breaths to recalibrate your nervous system. 
  • Do not move any injured passengers.
  • Call 911 immediately.

Head Injuries are very common in SUV rollover accidents. Traumatic brain injuries can be non-penetrating and penetrating injuries and are also often classified as mild, moderate, and severe injuries. Anyone who is involved in a car accident may experience these types of injuries. In some cases, a traumatic brain injury may have occurred due to an automotive defect.

Neurological exams and computed tomography (CT) scans are commonly used to diagnose the type of injury sustained. Anyone suffering from these symptoms should seek medical attention immediately.

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At Greg Monforton and Partners, our skilled team of personal injury lawyers understands how stressful a rollover crash can be for the accident victims involved.

If you were injured in a vehicle accident that was caused by another party, you may be eligible to seek compensation for the damages you have endured.

Call (866) 320-4770 or fill out our Free Case Evaluation today.