Burress Injury Law
Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Spotify



McKinney Rollover Accidents Lawyer

Advocating for Victims of Rollover Accidents in Collin County

While there are different types of car accidents, some of the most dangerous accidents occur when involved vehicles overturn or experience multiple rolls. These crashes often take place when vehicles are traveling at high speeds or during a T-bone collision. Rollover accidents often subject occupants to extreme forces that can cause serious bodily injury or death. On pavement, rollover crashes are the most dangerous, because the roofs are more likely to deform (crush) and severely injure occupants' heads and necks. Additionally, a vehicle's glazing (windshield and side glass) are more likely to shatter, and occupants can be ejected (if they are not wearing seat belts), or their heads can breach the occupant compartment, during which devastating injuries can occur.

If you or a member of your family have been involved in a rollover accident, the cost of medical treatment can be staggering. We are here to help. Burress Injury Law maintains the largest network of medical providers (who will defer billing contingent on a successful outcome), including specialists, to facilitate healing for you or your family member. For instance, we have the best available plastic surgeons, neurologists, ENT physicians, physical therapists, orthopedists, and counselors on speed dial waiting to treat our clients. Often, we can arrange next-day specialist visits for our clients.

Burress Injury Law provides representation for victims, and our team can help you understand your legal options if you have been involved in a rollover accident. We can investigate the circumstances of your accident, collect evidence, and build a strong case on your behalf. We will aggressively pursue a settlement or verdict that will allow you to recover financial compensation for your medical expenses, lost wages, and other ways you have been affected by your injuries.

You have one chance to obtain full compensation for the damages you suffered due to another person's negligence. Allow us to help you recover all of the economic and non-economic damages available to you, including past and future medical expenses, lost wages, pain, impairment, disfigurement, loss of consortium, mental anguish, and punitive damages. Our attorneys previously served for many years as lead nationwide trial counsel for major auto manufacturers as well as victims, and consequently, we have handled thousands of rollover crashes.

Common Causes of Rollover Accidents

There are multiple reasons why a vehicle may turn over. While a person driving a vehicle may have been partially responsible for an accident, other parties may also be partially or fully responsible for a rollover. These accidents may take place because of:

  • Collisions with other vehicles - When one vehicle strikes another car or truck, the force of the impact can cause a vehicle to roll. For example, a T-bone collision that takes place at a high speed may cause a vehicle to turn over after being struck from the side, or a sideswipe collision may result in a rollover after a vehicle is forced off the road.
  • Dangerous roads - If a vehicle hits a large pothole, a damaged guardrail, or a section of roadway that has been damaged, it may roll over as a result. These accidents may occur due to steep embankments and insufficient space on the side of a road, or a road that is not designed correctly may become dangerously slippery during wet weather. In these cases, a local or state government agency may be liable for accidents that took place due to their failure to maintain safe roads.
  • Defective vehicle parts - A vehicle's brakes may fail, tires may blow out, or other mechanical issues may cause a driver to lose control, leading to rollover accidents. Manufacturers of defective products may be held liable for injuries suffered by occupants in a rollover accident.
  • Obstacles - Accidents can also occur when unsecured cargo falls from commercial trucks during transit. The party who was responsible for creating the obstacle may be liable for any accidents that take place.

Contact Our Plano Rollover Accident Attorneys

If you or a loved one have been injured in a rollover accident, you may be entitled to compensation. Since rollover accidents can be caused by multiple factors, it is important to investigate all possible causes to identify the parties who were liable for your injuries and damages. To discuss your case with an experienced personal injury lawyer, contact Burress Injury Law at 214-726-0016.

Our law firm understands that a strong start to each case is imperative. In our two-hour minimum initial case meeting, our clients learn directly from their handling attorney and paralegal about the strengths and weaknesses of their cases, as well as the steps we will undertake to increase the value of their claims.

We accept a limited number of cases so that we can put the full weight of our resources and knowledge behind each of our clients. We purposely overstaff our team in relation to the number of cases we carry so that we have more firepower than the insurance companies or opposing legal counsel. We make the following commitments to our clients:

  • We will do everything we can to maintain our winning percentage of over 99.9 percent.
  • We will work to show you why hundreds of clients have given us an average rating of a perfect 5.0 stars on Google and other ratings sites.
  • Your initial two-hour consultation is always free.
  • You do not owe any attorney fees until we successfully resolve your case.
  • We care about utilizing technology to enhance the client experience. Our best-in-class case management software allows you to access and upload information to your case via the client portal, and you can interact with us via a simple messaging system. This facilitates incredible communication and teamwork between clients and our team, ultimately increasing case values.
  • We will carefully investigate every potential source of recovery and each damage element available to you, and we will work to maximize the amount of financial compensation we earn for you.
  • We will treat your case just as we would treat an injury case for our best friends or family members.
  • We will work just as hard once we resolve your case with the insurance companies by reducing your medical bills, liens, and health insurance subrogation to maximize the amount of money that goes in your pocket.
  • We enhance the client experience by using a proprietary case management software portal. Here, our clients can text with their legal team, and ensure that they always know the status of their cases.
  • badge
  • badge
  • badge
  • badge
  • badge
  • badge
  • badge
  • badge
  • badge
  • badge
Back to Top