Denver Rollover Accident Attorneys
Being in a rollover accident turns over more than your car. In an instant, your entire world can shift — no car, injured, out of work. It’s a serious issue, and it’s why you need an auto accident attorney on your side as quickly as possible. The Lamber Goodnow injury law team, together with our partner firms throughout Colorado, handle dozens of rollover accident cases each year — and while each case and client is different, our commitment to them remains the same.
If you were in car crash caused by another driver, you need to make sure you have an attorney working for you. Often, the liable party’s insurance company will try to get you to settle quickly, which signs away your rights. While you should always participate in the investigation with the police and provide accurate and truthful answers, you’re under no obligation to agree to what the liable party’s insurance company says.
Rollover Accidents in Colorado
Icy roads, mountain passes and more can make driving treacherous through a significant part of the year. Unfortunately, that means unsuspecting drivers can be victims in catastrophic crashes that are caused by reckless drivers. If someone is impaired through drugs or intoxication, or is texting while driving, a moment of distraction can take months or years from your life — or worse, it could cause death.
One of the reasons it’s important to have a car accident attorney on your side is the research that’s involved. It’s important that you have someone who can review an accident scene, question witnesses, review closed-circuit camera footage, work with and talk to police investigators, and put the puzzle together.
When we start to piece together your accident, we’ll want to know how it affected you — what your injuries feel like, how long doctors say it’ll take to heal, and how it’ll affect your life. We’ll also want to know what you do for a living, and whether you’ll need assistance to complete the same tasks when you try to return to work.
Injuries in Rollover Accidents
All car accidents are traumatic, but rollover accidents can result in significant property damage as well as injuries. That’s because not only can rollovers happen when traveling at a high rate of speed, the variety of injuries can grow exponentially when a car is rolling out of control.
Some of the injuries that you, or your family members, might experience include:
- Wrongful death
- Traumatic brain injury
- Head or neck injury
- Internal injuries
- Loss of hearing or vision
When you work with the Lamber Goodnow legal team, we’ll make sure we understand the full extent of your injuries and how that will impact your daily life at home and at work. We’ll also get reports from your doctors and rehabilitation specialists to get a medical perspective on your prognosis. If necessary, we’ll bring in expert physicians and more to assess your situation.
While we’re proud of the results we get in the courtroom and through negotiation, we believe that one area that sets us apart is our No-Fee Promise. It’s the bedrock of the Lamber Goodnow team, and something we believe in.
When you work with us, you won’t pay us any fees. That’s it. We’ll only get paid if and when we recover a settlement for you, or if we win a judgment at trial. We stand by our No-Fee Promise.
We Can Help – Let’s Talk Today
You can talk to us, right now, for a free, no-obligation consultation. If you’ve just been in an accident, we know you probably have a lot of questions — and a lot going on in your life. We’ll answer questions about factors like liability and insurance coverage, but we’ll also ask you some questions, too, so we can understand what happened in the crash. We’ll let you know what we think about your case and then, it’s all up to you. Call us today at (303) 800-8888, so we can start your free consultation.