Las Vegas Rollover Accident Attorneys
Gazda & Tadayon are top-rated rollover accident attorneys in Las Vegas, NV, and surrounding areas. Our law firm has helped numerous clients receive the compensation they deserve after experiencing a rollover accident. We have over 50 years of combined experience in personal injury cases and are one of Nevada’s most experienced rollover accident attorneys. Additionally, Attorney Lewis Gazda has been named as one of the Top 25 motor vehicle accident attorneys from a national organization composed of premier trial attorneys in a state or region and is invitation-only.
Our Experienced Las Vegas Rollover Accident Lawyers Can Help
As former insurance defense counsel attorneys, we have the insider knowledge on what it takes to win these types of cases. Therefore, we will use all possible resources at our disposal to get results, including our insider knowledge of insurance companies. Since we have formerly served as defense counsel for these insurers, we know how the “other side” thinks. This is a huge asset when handling a rollover accident case – we know exactly what questions to ask, and the right steps to take in order to get the compensation you deserve.
After a rollover accident, every single detail can make or break a case. To cover all our bases, we make it a point to conduct a thorough investigation of the accident site, questioning witnesses and evaluating every detail that may contribute to your case. When you choose us to handle your roll over accident case, you choose lawyers that care about your personal and legal success.
How to File a Rollover Accident Claim in Las Vegas, NV
Rollover accidents are usually among the worst motor vehicle accidents that can happen, in terms of damage and injuries. If you’ve been the victim of such an accident, contact Gazda & Tadayon, your roll over accident lawyers in Las Vegas, after visiting the emergency room regarding your injuries. We specialize in motor vehicle accidents and are ready to take on your case and ease some of the suffering you’ve endured.
Rollover accidents are in most cases more legally complex when compared to other accidents involving motor vehicles. This in part has to do with the severity of these accidents. Rollover accidents are in some cases caused by a manufacturing defect in either the tires or vehicle that can then lead to what is known as a product liability lawsuit.
Here are a few things you need to know after you were involved in one of these accidents.
To get started, schedule a free consultation for your rollover accident claim, or read what our clients have to say on our Gazda and Tadayon reviews page. You can also visit us in person at our welcoming and compassionate law firm, located at 2600 S Rainbow Boulevard, Suite 200, Las Vegas, NV 89146.
Roll Over Accidents FAQs
A fatality most likely will involve a wrongful death lawsuit. In this case the victim’s spouse or children are entitled to damages for loss of wages, pain and suffering and loss of marital companionship.
An experienced attorney often can get insurance companies to substantially increase the amount of a settlement offer. If you have already received an offer for your injuries, contact us for an assessment of the offer to see if it is fair for your circumstances. You will not be charged for this consultation.
It depends on the facts of your case. If there are fatalities or severe injuries involved, the longer it usually takes to settle. We also don’t recommend settling until the full extent of a victim’s injuries and outcome are known.
If we have to go to court, it will involve more time. But here at Gazda & Tadayon, we will treat your time as valuable as we treat our own.
Most personal injury cases don’t go to trial. However, just in case, we treat each case as if it is going to be tried in court. It’s also an incentive for the insurance company to settle on your terms.
The NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration), states that around 95% of the rollover accidents that involve a single vehicle is usually caused by “tripping”. This happens when a car impacts a guardrail or curb and then flips over. These accidents also occur when a car slides into the soil and off the roadway and then tries to turn back too quickly onto the roadway.
The vehicles that have a higher center of gravity which includes full-sized vans, minivans, and SUVs, are more susceptible to a rollover crash. Tire blowouts or defects also contribute to these types of accidents.
Hazardous conditions that are caused by construction, weather, or a road that is poorly maintained can also contribute to rollover accidents.
Rollover accidents are usually catastrophic if the driver or passengers are ejected out of the car or when the roof caves in or collapses. The government has recently mandated improvements associated with electronic-stability control-systems, which may lessen the risks of vehicles becoming involved in rollover accidents, along with improvements to the roll-cage standards. This is aimed at preventing critical head injuries. Yet at this stage not all the vehicles on our roadways come with these upgrades.
If your accident occurred due to a poorly maintained road, you can sue the contractor that was in charge, the state, or the city. If you decide to sue one of the public entities it is important to know that you will have a very limited time in which to file the claim.
If your case involves product liability, you would then be filing a lawsuit against the manufacturer of the vehicle. These cases are often complicated. In most cases, the product distributors and large manufacturers have teams of legal representatives. It is always advisable in any product liability case to hire a lawyer that has extensive experience in personal injury and rollover accidents. Your attorney will use witnesses in order to establish the actual product defect along with the needed reason for a product recall.
If your accident was caused by the fault or negligence of another driver, then your lawsuit will be filed against the at-fault party. You are also permitted to sue more than one party or entity, which will depend on the nature and circumstances of your accident. For instance, if another driver was distracted and this resulted in you having to swerve away from the other driver and off the roadway, where you then experienced improper road conditions which caused your car to flip, caused by poor design, you might be able to go after compensation from several entities and people.
Because of the complex nature of car accident injury law in Nevada, it’s critical that you explore your legal options and potentially file for damages as soon as possible. Our state law limits the amount of time after an accident that a victim can file for damages and claim compensation. Contact us today to assess your individual case in a timely manner.